Lynn Smythe

a freelance writer specializing in health, fitness, wellness, mindfulness and behavioral health

http://thecreativecottage.net/
Lynn Smythe is a freelance content writer and communications consultant specializing in health, wellness, fitness and nutrition. Her work has appeared on many online sites and in magazines, and other print publications, including Thrive Global, Transformations Treatment Center, VeggieLife, BackHome, The Herb Quarterly, The Old Farmer's Almanac, Llewellyn's Herbal Almanac, The Crafts Report, Beadwork, Jewelry Crafts and Lapidary Journal. She also covers a variety of lifestyle and outdoor activity topics on her two hobby blogs; The Creative Cottage and Sloth Athletica. When she's not busy researching topics and writing articles, she enjoys swimming, biking, running, standup paddle boarding and training for long distance endurance events to support her favorite non-profit charity organizations.
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The Benefits of Music Therapy in Recovery

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The Healing Power of Drum Song in Recovery

by Lynn Smythe
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How to Get Started with SUP Yoga

by Lynn Smythe
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The Many Benefits of Adventure Therapy in Recovery

by Lynn Smythe
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The Joys of Standup Paddle Boarding with Your Dog

by Lynn Smythe
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How Fitness Contributes to Overall Addiction Recovery

by Lynn Smythe
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Loving My Son Even When He Drinks too Much

by Lynn Smythe
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Food as Medicine; Health and Well-Being in Recovery

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The Growing Problem of Bullying Among Our Children

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Should Medication Assisted Treatment be Offered at Treatment Centers?

by Lynn Smythe

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