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Rachel Werner

Content Creator & Media Consultant

Madison, WI

Rachel Werner

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Does your ‘we’ include me?

Little Book Project WI’s creative director implores us all to seek true representation in art. It feeds and soothes my soul. I feel most alive when I’m fully enmeshed in artistic labor. For a long time, I was chronically unaware of this truth about myself. And it was suffocating me from within. When people say I am “talented,” what I hear is that I was simply born lucky.
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A Blogger Shares How barre3 Helped Her Emerge From Burnout and Find Hope Again

Rachel Werner is a writer, mother, content-marketing specialist, and fitness enthusiast. After years of pushing through life without stopping for rest and self-care, Rachel shares how barre3 offered her a new sense of hope and possibility. Read on to discover Rachel’s story in her own words, including how she made the decision to leave a toxic work culture, follow her passion, and discover a new community in barre3.
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Three Books Every Content Creator Should Read

The words you use to describe yourself and the services you provide will attract a certain. audience. This in turn will open doors to potential clients or partnerships—and eliminate. A common mistake many marketers make is trying to promote a brand for “general”. Avoid sabotaging yourself from the outset by gleaning pro tips from three books that.
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The 7 Best Vegan Snacks in 2021

Plant-based nutrition is on the rise. Cities like Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle have long catered to die-hard herbivores, and Portland, Oregon, is considered a vegan mecca thanks to dozens of plant-based barbecue joints, doughnut shops, and grocery stores. Even cities in the Midwest have evolved to embrace animal-friendly foodies.
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The Little Book Project WI weaves visual art, literary work, and public discourse

The Little Book Project WI is a community arts and nonprofit printmaking series. Each limited edition book, which comes out biannually, weaves together visual arts and literary work based on a central theme. The first edition focused on advocacy, the second focused on mental health, and the third edition- to be released soon – focuses on places and spaces.
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The 6 Best Reusable Paper Towels in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. Being eco-conscious is more than a state of mind, and a good place to start when upgrading one’s home in terms of “green living” is in the kitchen.
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ANEU Med Spa

If the image that comes to mind upon hearing that word is of a cold, sterile environment then the soothing ambiance at ANEU Med Spa in McFarland will be an unexpected surprise. The staff at ANEU Med Spa’s welcoming demeanor is disarming from the moment clients enter the lobby. Aromatic diffusers then expand those oral greetings into a full sensorial experience as subtle floral notes encourage deep breaths—indirectly triggering a state of calm to slowly settle in while being escorted to a treatment room.
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The 6 Best Hot Food Thermoses in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. Eating on the go is one activity almost everyone can relate to. The pace of contemporary life necessitates longer daily travel time for people of all ages.
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The 12 Best Southern Cookbooks in 2021

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. "It's an excellent resource for those looking for more allergen-friendly dessert recipes." The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South at Amazon.
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Best Local Galentine’s Day Gifts

Got a few besties who could use a lush dose of TLC? Feb. 13 (a k a Galentine’s Day) is the perfect time to remind your girl squad that friendship can be just as rewarding as romantic partnership. So no matter which you choose, each of the following Wisconsin-based gifts will signify your female tribe is stronger than ever—and deserves to be celebrated more than once a year.
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The 15 Best Black-Owned Food and Kitchen Businesses

Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. "Owned by the first Black professional winemaker in the state of Oregon, Abbey Creek has lively tasting rooms in Portland and North Plains."
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20 Favorite Graphic Novels for Middle and High School

About

Rachel Werner

Rachel Werner is a teaching artist for The Loft Literary Center and founder of The Little Book Project WI. She has contributed print, photography and video content to The Spruce Eats, Fabulous Wisconsin, BRAVA, Madison Magazine and Entrepreneurial Chef. Her literary writing and craft essays have been published by Off Menu Press, Digging Through The Fat and Voyage YA Literary Journal. A selection of Rachel's recipes are also included in Wisconsin Cocktails (UW-Press, 2020)—and her poetry in the anthology “Hope Is The Thing: Wisconsinites On Hope and Resilience in the Time of Covid-19” (The Wisconsin Historical Society, 2021).

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https://www.littlebookwi.com/

Skills

  • New Media
  • Media Strategy
  • Editing
  • Food Styling
  • Digital Marketing
  • Writing