Stephanie Lee used to be a fitness writer, whose insight, funny jokes, and experience come from years of working with the world’s best fitness minds and coaches. She has zero interest in coaching fitness, but she writes plenty of stuff that could probably be helpful to you.

Although she isn’t a fitness coach, she IS a writing coach who helps her students and clients get their articles published on a variety of places, including Forbes, New York Times, Business Insider, and much more.

Also, Stephanie apparently is a self-indulgent fool who refers to herself in the third person…

Hold Da Phone…Why Does This Page Exist?

When one of the most common first names teams up with one of the most common surnames in the world, you get 87 million search results for “Stephanie Lee” on Google.

But you probably already knew that. Hence why you added “fitness” to your search.

Your Google-Fu is strong, grasshopper.

This may not be the exact page you were hoping to find, but if you’re here I hope you had a nice chuckle.

Hi, I’m Stephanie Lee. I am a writing coach and writer, whose writing can be found on LifehackerThrillistThe New York Times, and more. Here’s a small sample of my writing. My students and clients can also be found in Forbes, Thrive Global, Matador Network, CNBC, Washington Post, New York Times, and more.

Still curious? Say hi, or if you’re interested in learning how to get your own articles published (or even get started writing online), check out my free email course.

People tell me it’s good shit, but you be the judge.

Also, if you couldn’t tell, I love being silly because life is too short to be confused by all the Stephanie Lee’s in the world.