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#FridayFind with Communicate Health

#FridayFind with CommunicateHealth and

Friday is finally here and I wanted to share with you my #FRIDAYFIND. When it comes to self publishing in the wellness arena, you want to make sure that your information is current and valuable to your clients. That’s why #FRIDAYFIND is all about bringing you the best people, tools, books, and services that can help you make sure your wellness publishing is polished and professional. Read on for today’s #FRIDAYFIND!



Resource: Communicate Health

What it is: a company that helps their clients create health focused services and products that can be accessed, understood, and used by the people who need them most.

Why I love it: Their weekly blog posts are filled with practical health literacy tips you can use to improve how you communicate with your clients online, in print, and in-person. For example, did you know that 1/2 of online health research is done by someone else? Do you have any printable resources they may be able to share with their loved ones? Sign up on their website for more valuable tips.

Connect: Find them on Twitter @CommunicateHlth

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Halona Black is a freelance writer, author, and marketing consultant. Her journey to becoming a professional writer began as a blogger sharing her thoughts on improving education for youth and adult learners. Blogging opened the door to consulting and speaking opportunities within the field.

Halona transitioned into writing about health and wellness after having surgery for uterine fibroids. She turned to blogging once again, sharing her personal journey towards learning how to cook healthy meals, addressing body image issues, and creating a self care regimen. The blog turned into her first best selling book, “Loving My Fibroids Away: A 10-Day Detox Plan.”

Today, Halona combines her love for healthy food and wellness in an online magazine – She shares recipes and healthy living tips for women age 40+. She also advises natural health brands and fellow independent creators on personal brand development, content strategy, and book publishing via

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