If you are interested in hiring Michelle for freelance work or ghost writing, feel free to check out some writing samples below and contact her at savvyhistory[at]gmail.com. Topics include:
Creative side hustles
Mental health and creativity
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How to Become a Guitar Teacher (Full-time or on the Side)
How to Get Paid as a Wedding Singer - Guest Post For I Like To Dabble
Fitting Side Hustles Into a Busy Life - Guest Post With The Fioneers
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Michelle VanCura is a writer and musician focused on business history and creative psychology. She has formally and informally studied the creative process along with the mental health needs of individuals with high potential. Needless to say, Michelle is excited to explore the connection creative psychology has to small-business ownership. She ties it all back to history with a blog series titled "First Creative Dollar," featuring the financial lives of some of history's finest.
Savvy History is a band and blog started with her husband. Michelle specializes in taking true stories from the past – full of depravity, folly, and vice – and presenting them as music. Adam adds bass guitar and also acts as a sound engineer. The project focuses on creative people throughout history, distilling research into songs and timely articles about inventors, artists, authors, entrepreneurs, and explorers.
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Michelle's musical work has been featured in many magazines and newspapers throughout the Midwest. Feel free to browse this site and contact her directly with any questions about gigs or history-themed songs written for museums, films, etc.
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