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My Work

Over the Years

I started my blog, Journey of a Soul Searcher, in 2011.

Most prominently, I have worked as a ghostwriter/guest blogger at Oolaboolah, a freelance writer for First Page Sage, a psychology article rewriter for a professional psychotherapist, an intern for Lovett Publishing, a blogger for Wisdom Pills, and a freelance writer for Dr. Pat Baccili of the Dr. Pat Show.

In 2012, I wrote an article titled “10 Things to Remind Yourself on a Daily Basis,” and it went on to become one of the most popular and most read articles on MindBodyGreen. To date, it has received over 28,000 likes on Facebook, over 1,000 tweets on Twitter, and over 9,000 pins on Pinterest.

In 2016, I was invited to be a Mogul Influencer alongside the likes of Chelsea Clinton, Kelly Osbourne, Lindsey Stirling, top female advisers from the White House & NASA, and other highly prominent individuals from across the world. 

My writing has been featured in Tiny Buddha’s Guide to Loving Yourself: 40 Ways to Transform Your Inner Critic and Your Life by Lori Deschene, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Dreams and Premonitions by Amy Newmark and Kelly Sullivan Walden, and Thought Catalog compilation books So Are We Dating Or What?: 25 Essays On Modern Dating From A Bunch Of Twenty-Somethings Trying To Get It Right and You Do You: A Guide For Being Unapologetically In Love With Yourself

Presently

I’m currently working on my first novel, as well as an exciting compilation book for my beloved blog, Journey of a Soul Searcher

Reader Feedback

  • All I can say is thank you. I'm going through the end of a seven year relationship. Everything around me feels wrong and sad. I read some of your words, and they lifted me up.

    — Kathy

  • I love how you set out to be a scientist of your emotions. Big hug!

    — An

  • Madison, I count on you for reminding me to stop and recognize my worth. I count on you for reminding me I'm not alone here. Thank you for being that presence!

    — Jules

  • I love to learn from you. You really light the world.

    — Anonymous

  • I just wanted to say that your blog is literally the story of my life, and I hope you never stop writing!

    — Rachel