Hello! If you have any questions, comments, etc. I’d love to hear from you! Just fill out the form at the very bottom of this page with your message and contact information, and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
(Note: Since I’m not a medical professional, I can’t answer any specific questions about your health, and because of the number of emails I receive, it may take me a couple of days to get back to you, but I read every email I receive and will do my best to reply as soon as I am able.)
(Also, for those who are inquiring about link swapping or placing links to your articles or infographics, etc. on Our Heritage of Health, I receive too many of these types of inquiries to respond to every one. I only add links to blog posts if I truly feel that they would be a good fit for the post, so if I do not respond to your inquiry it is because I do not feel it would be a good fit.)
About Guest Posting:
Our Heritage of Health does accept guest posts. At this time, though, because of the number of inquiries that I receive, I am only accepting full articles for review, not inquiries about potential guest posting topics. I also am only accepting guest posts from other bloggers, so please include a link to your blog along with your submission.
(Please note that I will only be able to respond to your email if you include a copy of the article that you would like to submit for review as well as a link to your blog. Because I receive so many guest posting requests each week, I will not be able to reply to your email if you simply include a list of possible topics or a list of examples of your work that you have submitted to other sites.)
If you would like to submit a guest post for review, you can email your post to [email protected]
- Posts should be around 800-1,500 words. (A little shorter or longer is ok. That’s just a general guideline.)
- Posts can be about any of the following topics: natural health, healthy recipes, simple living, gardening, DIY recipes, natural beauty, holistic health, wellness for mind and body, etc.
While you won’t be paid for your guest post, if your post is published, I will include a link to your website and your Facebook and Pinterest profiles (or other social media sites you may have). I will also share your post on our social media as well as emailing it to my newsletter audience.
Unfortunately, I’m not able to publish every guest post submission that I receive. If I decide that your post is a good fit for the Our Heritage of Health audience, you will be notified by email and we can communicate further about details for publishing your post. Please be aware that during busy times and holidays it may take up to two weeks for me to review your submission and respond.