Gael Gilliland

Content Strategist, Copy Editor, Copywriter, Developmental Editor, Ghostwriter, Technical Writer, Writer, Managing Editor

Storyteller, Business Consultant, and Magic Maker

Ghostwriter, published author, aspiring essayist, adventurer, student of all things, teacher of what I know...Living in a rural town in Western PA creating the best content and fiction I can amidst the chaos of life and love.
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Content Types
Case Study, Buyers Guide, Ad/Promotional Copy, Blog Post, Article, Commercial, Direct Mail, Presentation, Website Copy, Whitepaper
More Information
Arizona State University - Del E Webb School of Construction, BSE - Construction Management
Pittsburgh, PA, USA|English
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Published Content

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thelegacyrecorder.com
Using Caricature to Remember a Loved One
July 17, 2019
thelegacyrecorder.com
Restoring Human Dignity: How We Do This through Engaged Conversations
May 2, 2019
thelegacyrecorder.com
Intergenerational Projects: How They Can Help Young & Old Participants
May 22, 2019
thelegacyrecorder.com
How to Work With Your Family to Tell Their Story: Part 2 of 3
September 14, 2018
thelegacyrecorder.com
How to Work With Your Family to Tell Their Story: Part 3 of 3
October 9, 2018
thelegacyrecorder.com
How to Work With Your Family to Tell Their Story: Part 1 of 3
September 2, 2018
gaelgillilandfreelancing.com
Blog Post
What do you want to be when you grow up?
thelegacyrecorder.com
Blog Post
How to Work with Someone to Tell Their Story: Dealing with Dementia, Alzheimer’s, & Memory Loss

This is an informative piece on how to work with someone to tell their story when they have dementia, Alzheimer’s or another kind of memory loss.

May 25, 2018
missmillmag.com
Article
The Truth about Being a Millennial Parent

An examination of how being a millennial impacts our parenting style.

September 9, 2016
medium.com
Article
Embracing Rest — What does that look like for mothers?
July 28, 2016
rootpursuit.us
Article
3 Ways to Get Your Family Engaged in Genealogy
July 18, 2016
americasfootprints.com
Article
3 Reasons Why You Need to Leave Your Written Legacy
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