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Meditation + Write For Us

Meditation + Write For Us

Meditation Write For Us – We welcome and love new contributions from our growing community. We aim to demystify Theacefitness for the modern meditator and help make it more accessible to the world.

To that end, we like pieces that focus on Theacefitness and: mindfulness, wellness, research/science, tips for beginners, how-to, business, the great traditions, healing, stress, relaxation, yoga, exercise, eating, habits, the brain, techniques, enlightenment, awakening experiences, productivity, and growth.

We’re probably not interested if it doesn’t contribute to someone’s well-being, insight, or deepening understanding.

What exactly does Meditation do?

Meditation is considered a kind of complementary mind-body medicine. It can produce a deep state of relaxation and a peaceful mind. Throughout meditation, you focus your attention and eliminate the stream of jumbled thoughts that might be crowding your mind and causing stress.

Here’s what you need to Know:

Word count: Posts run between 400 and 900 words. Do your best to stay under 900 words. If you want to write an epic post (2k plus dishes), please check with us to ensure it fits with our content strategy.

Tone: Conversational, inclusive, accessible, and generally affirmative. Check out our content for a sense of our overall style.

Original Content: Please share unique and authentic content About Theacefitness. We do not accept posts that have already been published or submitted elsewhere (not even on your blog) or that you plan to distribute to other websites.

Republishing: It’s OK to republish your posts elsewhere after originally posting on About Theacefitness. Just include an attribution link to the original article.

No SEO-driven submissions: We don’t accept articles written to boost SEO or plug a product or brand name into posts. If your proposal or bio references or promotes a business or service that is not in line with our general content, then we aren’t interested.

Bio and promotion: Since we do not compensate contributors for posts, we’re happy to include a byline and brief bio containing links to your website, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter accounts. Please keep your bio to 2-3 sentences. About Theacefitness is a great resource to promote what you’re doing.

Health claims: If you mention a figure or a study in your piece, please include a link to that source. If you claim that a specific Theacefitness practice is healthy or has certain benefits, please tell us how you know. Try to link to peer-reviewed scientific papers, academic journals, and credible news outlets. It allows readers to go deeper into the topic and investigate.

Review Process: We are growing at About Theacefitness but are a small team. We don’t have time to respond to all submissions. If your post is accepted, we will respond within 14 days. If your post has not run within two weeks of the request, we have decided not to publish it.

Submit Your Article

Please only submit one post at a time: You can submit again with a different position after waiting 14 days.

By submitting to About Theacefitness: You accept our terms of use and any editing that might occur on behalf of the About Theacefitness editorial team.

To submit, email us at contact@theacefitness.com

Your entire post with a working title. Send this within the body of an email.

Are any relevant images for your post? (Send as separate files, not pasted within a doc.) Send only photos that you own.

Your bio (120 words or less) with links to your website, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter

A headshot or photo of you to use for your bio

Either send the text of the article in the contact form or email us at contact@theacefitness.com.

What We Look For In Submissions:

Inspire our readers and help them grow. While we don’t have strict guidelines about our featured posts, how-to pieces, personal essays about a significant transformation, mindfulness and stress-related articles, and posts about a particular Theacefitness technique, tradition, or tip do well. We are also open to writing about Theacefitness in the context of lifestyle.

Photos: We encourage you to submit photos with your posts. You must own or have rights to the photos via Creative Commons copyright licensing. Photos should be at least 850 pixels wide by 400 pixels tall (more extensive in either direction or both is fine). We love photos shot outdoors, in natural light, and with as few distractions in the background as possible.

Why Write For About Theacefitness?

  1. You’ll impact lives. Our community is passionate about Theacefitness! They like to learn how to live from their deepest selves, share tips with friends and clients, and discuss ideas here on the site. Writing for About Theacefitness gives you a chance to be part of this discussion and shape how Theacefitness is perceived worldwide.
  2. You’ll reach a broader audience. Once your piece is accepted for publication, we’ll ensure it reaches as many people as possible. In addition to posting your work on our home page, which gets over 40,000 visits each month, we share most posts on Facebook, Google Plus, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Published pieces also live in our library of Theacefitness content, and we are always finding ways to repurpose the content, so it gets ongoing exposure. We may also include it in our weekly newsletter.
  3. Enhance your professional platform. Writing for About Theacefitness allows you to get new fans and clients, and build out your professional network. We encourage you to include a relevant free offer in your short bio to attract readers to your site. (Ex: About Theacefitness readers might also enjoy this short guided Theacefitness on the breath.)
  4. Learn more about online copywriting. Our editors will work with you on your piece to give it the best chance of reaching and impacting the largest number of people. We’ll give you tips to improve your online copywriting. We’ll also illustrate your work with high-quality photos to make it pop.

Before Submitting Your Article, Ask:

  • Is my article inspiring, informative, and/or educational? Posts featured on About Theacefitness should educate and inspire. If your piece is sarcastic, snarky, or not about insight and well-being, it’s probably not for us.
  • Has this already been covered on About Theacefitness? We feature a growing range of Theacefitness topics on About Theacefitness and have a large library of great content. How can your piece add to what’s already there? Perhaps your submission can elaborate on one aspect that didn’t get much attention.
  • What’s a great title? A good title grabs readers’ attention and makes them want to read your piece. Ensure it follows the 4 U’s and is: Unique, Useful, Ultra-specific, and Urgent. For inspiration, check out Copyblogger’s 10 Sure-Fire Headline Formulas That Work.
  • Is my first paragraph succinct? Your first sentence is the most important, and it needs to swiftly usher your reader in the door and make her feel right at home. Ensure your opening paragraph tells the reader clearly and succinctly what the article is about.
  • Am I offering actionable tips? Many readers come to About Theacefitness to find solutions to their personal and Theacefitness challenges. A great article provides easy-to-practice tips.

Either send the text of the article in the contact form or email us at contact@theacefitness.com.

A Few Copywriting Tips

  1. Use a conversational tone. The best online writing is personal and informal. Imagine you’re explaining your topic to a close friend.
  2. Keep it short. You can write a great post anywhere between 400-900 words, and it doesn’t have to be extended. Just use the space it takes to convey your main idea. If you’re offering tips, include a short paragraph to explain why you’re offering this advice. Are you an expert? Did you also struggle to understand the issue and want to share your knowledge?
  3. Delete extra words. After writing your blog post, review it once or twice and look for unnecessary words. Can you say it simpler or with fewer words? Look for extraneous ideas and words that don’t advance or clarify your main idea.
  4. Be authoritative. Clearly, About Theacefitness posts are the author’s opinion, and as the writer, you’re the expert on your own opinion. For this reason, you don’t need to use phrases like “in my opinion” or “I believe,” which detract from the idea you’re trying to convey.
  5. Use simple English. Try to keep your language simple. Avoid twenty-dollar words when five-dollar words will do. Many people who visit About Theacefitness are new to Theacefitness, so we avoid jargon related to traditions or techniques. If you use terms specific to the rule, be sure to define them. It is also helpful to remember if you’re writing about ancient forms of practice or using words that might be new to those embarking on a wellness journey.

Either send the text of the article in the contact form or email us at contact@theacefitness.com.