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Our Audience

It’s simple... our audience is WIC clients. At wichealth, we provide nutrition education and support to families benefiting from WIC. Our blog is a continuation of wichealth with a focus on personal stories.

Our blog is a place for community.  A place where people come together to share their experiences and what they’ve learned. This is a space for real people who are willing to share real stories with hopes of making a real difference in the lives of others.

What Makes a Strong Blog Post
  • Your unique and personal story. Share the details! What happened? What do you think caused it? How did you feel? What challenges did you experience? Paint the whole picture for the audience. Allow them to experience the story through your words.

 

  • Offer insights and practical tips to help readers overcome similar challenges. What worked for you? What didn’t? Include a list or bullets if applicable but more importantly, your story should have a clear message for readers.  Your story should allow readers to connect to you and walk away with an “A ha” moment.

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Prefered Topics
Publishing Policies

Anything wichealth! wichealth has more than 50 lessons. Choose one or more than one! You can also choose one of our 1200 resources or write about a Health eKitchen recipe.

 

To get you started, we have listed our top 5 lessons, but we don’t want to limit you. Choose something to write about that interests you!

 

 

  • Two Minutes Twice A Day for a Healthy Smile

  • Breastfeeding:  Building a Bond for a Lifetime

  • Secrets for Picky Eaters

  • Make Meals and Snacks Simple

  • Offer Your Baby the Right Foods as He Grows

Your story is original and your blog post should be too! In addition, by submitting the post to wichealth, you give us copyright ownership of the post and it cannot be republished anywhere else. Once we receive your post, we will correct grammatical errors before publishing.

Your writing could be displayed in a blog post, shared on Pinterest, or featured in a lesson! Or all of the above!

Please Note: This opportunity is volunteer-based. We are unable to compensate our writers at this time.

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