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Jane Bianchi
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Former editor at Seventeen, Family Circle & Good Housekeeping, now freelance writer.
Former editor at Seventeen, Family Circle & Good Housekeeping, now freelance writer.

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For a national women's magazine: I'm looking for women ages 35 to 55 who live in a suburban or rural area in the U.S. and don't exercise because they feel like they don't have time and would like insight from a fitness expert. Must be willing to share full name, age, and town and be interviewed and potentially photographed. 

For a national women's magazine, I'm looking for #health hacks that you can do in 5 minutes. If you're a health expert, I'd love to connect.

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My latest for Prevention.com is a must-read for #pregnant #women. 

Tech experts & parents: For a national magazine, I'm looking for creative tips to limit your children's screen time (time spent on phones, tablets, laptops, watching TV, etc) and encourage them to go outside. Some tips may be geared toward older kids and others toward younger kids. Please reach out if you'd like to talk.

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In my latest for Dr. Oz The Good Life, I wrote about a woman who likely got ‪#‎heart‬ failure from her ‪#‎chemo‬. ‪#‎cancer‬ 

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I have an article in the OCT issue of Latina, pg. 70, on a transgender Latina immigrant who is living with HIV and devoting her life to counseling others about the disease.
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I had the pleasure of interviewing two McKinsey vets who wrote the new NYT bestselling ‪#‎book‬ Primed to Perform about the top three ‪#‎motivating‬ factors that help you perform your best on the ‪#‎job‬ and enjoy what you do for a living. ‪#‎work‬ ‪#‎career‬ ‪#‎money‬ 

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Feeling overwhelmed? For LearnVest​, I wrote about how to tackle to-dos like a president. 

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In my latest for Scholastic's Choices magazine, I profiled 17-year-old Naomi Mustafiz, who wears a ‪#‎hijab‬ to honor her ‪#‎Muslim‬ faith. She spoke openly about what it's like to deal with hurtful ‪#‎stereotypes‬ and be called a "terrorist" by classmates—and how she's helping ‪#‎teens‬ understand ‪#‎religious‬ differences. 

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I have a story in the October issue of Woman's Day Magazine​ (pumpkin cover) that is also available online. It's an inspiring one about a #mom who transformed her life—and her family's—through #fitness. Many thanks to The Alliance for a Healthier Generation​ for their participation in the article. #health #healthyliving #healthylifestyle #family #exercise 
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