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Write About D.C. Newlyweds for The Nest

“Happily ever after” is a phrase that most of us have written off as cliché, unrealistic and, most importantly, confined to the realms of Disney movies. However, the editors at The Nest believe that wedded bliss can indeed exist, and they’ve accumulated plenty of tips for new spouses into a print and digital magazine, book series and more.

New online pieces are published five times a day, so there’s a constant need for content. The topical areas are the same as the mag — food, décor, recipes, relationships, health, real estate — with more space to delve more deeply into each subject area.That’s a win for freelancers, who now have even more opportunities to help Nest readers reach the elusive happily ever after.

For pitching etiquette and editors’ contact info, read How To Pitch: The Nest.

Sherry Yuan

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