Christina Lancione

Writer

Freelance Writer

Hi there. I'm Christina. Two weeks after quitting corporate finance I started backpacking India, and while abroad, decided to put my long time passion for writing out in the world. I contributed travel pieces to Thought Catalog and shortly after I was sought out by Matador Travel Network to write original content for their publication.

I'm a candid, upfront, conversational writer whose readers have told me "I feel like you're sitting in my living room speaking right to me." On the flip side, I'm also well versed in business writing, after creating endless financial due diligence reports in my corporate days (none of which are available for viewing due to confidentiality).

When I feel like breaking all the rules, I also write and edit my own blog which includes posts on lifestyle, travel, and really anything to do with being a better human.
Categories
Content Types
Article, Blog Post
More Information
Fairfield University, Masters of Science in Accounting
Fairfield University, B.A., Accounting, Minor: Psychology
New York, New York|English, Spanish
Publications

Published Content

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Why I stopped going to yoga
tinalance.comBlog Post
Why I stopped going to yoga
April, 9 2018
Why You Should Handle Your Travel The Same Way You Handle Your Love Life
thoughtcatalog.comArticle
Why You Should Handle Your Travel The Same Way You Handle Your Love Life
June, 8 2017
63 Things That Demystify What Your Backpacker Friends Do All Day
thoughtcatalog.comArticle
63 Things That Demystify What Your Backpacker Friends Do All Day
July, 3 2017
We Should All Be Snobs
thoughtcatalog.comArticle
We Should All Be Snobs
March, 30 2018
4 travel boundaries you never thought of building
matadornetwork.comArticle
4 travel boundaries you never thought of building
October, 24 2017
9 survival tips New York City stuffed in my backpack
matadornetwork.comArticle
9 survival tips New York City stuffed in my backpack
November, 24 2017
Dear nontraveler: an open letter to everyone who doesn’t understand why we need to see the world
matadornetwork.comArticle
Dear nontraveler: an open letter to everyone who doesn’t understand why we need to see the world
December, 7 2017
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