Why, hello there, curious Googler.
Stephanie Lee was a regular contributor to Lifehacker.com. She’s written on topics such as:
- Going from Strength Workouts in the Gym to Bodyweight Workouts and Gaining Strength
- The Hidden Downsides of Being Able to Work and Travel at the Same Time
- Identifying the Truly Important “To-Do” Items in Your Day
Ahem, allow me to drop the third person schtick here and point you to the rest of my 200+ articles that I’ve published on Lifehacker here.
I used to write a couple times per month for them, mainly on the sub-section called Vitals, which covers general health and fitness stuff.
Although I can write about anything, my interests tend to focus on the intersection between fitness, travel, personal development, and food.
I make sure my articles have some sort of lesson or takeaway that makes you go, “Damn, I learned me somethin’ today.”
So go learn you somethin’ today by reading my articles on Lifehacker.
FYI, because I want to puff up my street cred here, my writing also appears on a whole lot of other places like The New York Times, New York Magazine, GQ, and more. And if you’re curious about getting your own articles published in major outlets or even your favorite niche blog, check out my blog post on How to Guest Post (which includes REAL pitch examples).
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 so you appended “Lifehacker” to make it a bit more specific — smart!
Since you went the extra step to search for me, my noodley brain decided to create this page and make it easier for you.
Thanks for being curious enough to Google me.
I am Stephanie Lee. I am a writing coach and writer, whose writing can be found on Lifehacker, Thrillist, The 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.
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.