Lindsey Giardino is a freelance writer based in central Iowa. She's passionate about helping others share their stories and has gotten to do so through a variety of clients, including those in higher education, agriculture, and hyper local community-based publications. She especially loves learning and writing about female entrepreneurs and small businesses. When she's not focusing on her own business, she enjoys cooking (somewhat poorly), reading (mostly feel-goods), enjoying the outdoors (unless there are wasps nearby), and experiencing life as a new mom (even if she's only gotten a few hours of sleep).
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Power Agenda Executives
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Health & Wellness
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