Paula Schuck is an award-winning freelance journalist, professional blogger and social media consultant.
A mother of two, Paula once chased train wrecks and accompanied police on raids of body rub parlours while working as investigative reporter for the London Free Press and the Kitchener Record. Over the years her publication credits have included the Globe and Mail, The Toronto Sun, The Free Press, The Record and many other newspapers. In 2009 Paula started a blog called Thrifty Mommas Tips. She now blogs and consults full time atand .
In the last few years Paula has appeared on radio and television. She has written several features for Today’s Parent and Canadian Family magazine. Paula loves to travel, read, ski, exercise, and write. She sometimes speaks about child welfare, parenting children with unique needs, and adoption. She helped to start a non profit named The Canadian Coalition of Adoptive Families.
Paula brings, energy, enthusiasm and creativity to all her projects. She provides meaningful analysis of social media to brands, causes and messages and provides clear results fast. In a rapidly changing environment it is important to be able to rely on someone who stays on top of social media consulting trends. It’s equally important to know when a trend is impactful and cannot be ignored and when a trend is simply a trend that might not impact your particular business.
She has a special interest in health related topics and has done a great deal of work building non profits through social media channels.
Always ready for the next work-related and writing challenge. If you, or your brand, need a blogger, or a social media constant for an upcoming project contact Paula Schuck at Thrifty Mom Media for an estimate.