Danielle is a lifelong resident of Upstate New York. (Think farms, not Times Square.) After a fulfilling childhood, which included dancing and a brief stint in cheerleading, she found herself pushing papers and dealing with customers whose sole purpose was to make her dead inside. In February of 2015, after seven years in the telecommunications, she was asked to join the dozens of other former employees who also couldn’t sell $500 cable bills in the Unemployment Line.
She’s been a freelance writer ever since.