Samantha Gemmell

Samantha Gemmell

Are you looking for health and wellness content – with a difference?

You don’t have to choose between engaging articles that people can share with their friends and evidence-based advice. That’s where I come in!

My goal is to bring inspiration back into the world of wellness. A healthy approach to food and lifestyle doesn’t have to be boring, restrictive or stop you from enjoying life. So if you want to share about food as medicine, lifestyle interventions or self-care with your customers or clients, we’re a perfect match.

My clients have included nutrition supplement companies in the UK, Australia and Canada, an Australian health college and health practitioners from across the globe. I’ve also written articles for dozens of Aussie health brands including Healthish Co, Endeavour College of Natural Health, Matcha Maiden and KOJA.

Ready to get started? Send me through a message, and we’ll make the world a little bit healthier together!

my core skills

Health writing



nutritional consulting

corporate health

Q & A

Whats the best thing to happen to you in your career to date?

Discovering that my passion lay not in the clinic room one on one, but in sharing my knowledge with thousands of people across the world!

What does a typical work week look like for you?:

There's no such thing as typical for me! Some weeks I will simply write articles for my regular clients, other times I'll be in the kitchen testing recipes, or out networking with others in the industry. I do my best to practice what I preach, and fit plenty of wellness into my work week. So if it's sunny outside, I'll head off on a walk with my staffie or work in the sunshine at my favourite cafe.

Describe your working environment in a few sentences..

Sometimes it's outside soaking up the sunshine, sometimes it's curled up in the snuggle chair while the rain falls. Either way, it has to be comfortable, and most likely there is a dog asleep at my feet!

What sets you apart from other freelancers in your industry?

The fact that I'm in the wellness industry itself, so I know where others are stumbling over when it comes to content.

What are the tools of your trade?

My brain, my laptop, my Google Scholar extension on Chrome, and a hot cup of cacao tea to keep my brain ticking.

Do you collaborate with others? If yes, how does that works?

Sure can! I'm available for Zoom meetings or in-person meetups around the Melbourne area.

Whats been the biggest freelancing lesson to date?

Work with clients that you have a connection with, and it will never really feel like 'work'.

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