Sandra Lee

Freelance Writer. Lifestyle Blogger. Lover of Brands

Hi there!

My name is Sandra Lee and I am a bilingual freelance writer and lifestyle blogger living in the Bay Area area with the ability to work across the country.

I have over 8 years marketing and writing experience, which means I understand the brand world and have the skills to make content sound engaging, fun, informative and relevant.

My personal blog, Notes from the S Life, covers topics in beauty, food, relationships, California living and favorite things.

Services Offered:

Short & Long Form Storytelling
Copywriting (web, catalog, product description, marketing stories, promotional materials)
Branding (creative voice consulting)
Blogging
Press Releases
Spanish Writing
Content Writing & Strategy
Social Media Management

I would love the opportunity to help you with your writing needs. Please feel free to contact me if you want to talk about writing ideas or just say hello.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Sandra Lee

2008 Clos LaChance Joli Meritage - up to 80% off retail prices

When a group comes together with the goal of promoting blended wines from California’s Napa Valley, our sourcing team pays attention. The group came together to form a unique brand to promote their proprietary blends, Bordeaux-style, made by members of the Meritage Alliance. This 2008 vintage blend of Merlot and Cabernet Franc grape varieties are both subtle and spicy, which our tasting panel recommends serving with BBQ meats and pasta with red sauce. Lovers of red blends unite! Three Reasons W

2008 Bottega Vinaia Lagrein (la-GRINE) - up to 80% off retail prices

Dark purple like a Zinfandel, but light on the palate like a Pinot, the Lagrein is lushly smooth with a nice twinge of acidity that had our tasting panel talking about it for days, making it an easy panel pick for invino. Coming from the small (about a third of the size of Napa Valley) Alto Adige region in Europe, this 2008 vintage red is packed with old-world style from Italian and German decent that goes as far back as the fifth century B.C. Mixing complex history with perfect winemaking clima

A Local Favorite

If you’re in the mood for something Dallas born and raised, head to the Knox/Henderson area for something truly unique. Original Octane is as local as it gets, with four to six Dallas-based designers represented amidst an eclectic décor speckled with vintage art and hanging sculptures. Perfect for the fashionable jet-setter, this boutique has pieces for men and women, and is known for their denim. Original Octane carries men’s collections that are both stylish and functional. Designer lines from

From Hubcaps to Doo-Wop

Good Texas music is a must when visiting Fort Worth, and Magnolia Motor Lounge is just the spot. This oil service station turned bar and music venue opened its doors last year and offers live music nightly, from local and national bands alike. The music varies from Texas country to American rock and features matinees on Sundays, with local singer/songwriters and acoustic sessions on Monday nights. The extensive food menu offers a wide variety of comfort foods and features daily specials like chi

Austin Vacation Rentals: Austin Texas Vacation Homes, Condos and GuestHouses - Austin, United States

Austin is the capital of Texas, located in Central Texas on the eastern edge of the Southwest. As the 13th most populous city in the United States, there is bound to be a lot going on for this cool town. It is the home to great indie music, fabulous food and the University of Texas. Known as a college town, this city has grown over the years to be a city of eclectic style, casual vibe and tons of activities. It’s also grown as a hub for a lot of tech-savvy companies and Forbes recently picked it

Fashionable Tech (Oracle Usable Apps in the Cloud Blog)

“You don’t have to be first; you just have to be better” is a marketing phrase I’ve heard over the years, and it really is true. Take social media hero Facebook. Sure, Myspace and Friendster came first, but Facebook quickly made its way to the top. This trend happens in almost every market that fills a void without consumers even knowing it. Such is the case with wearable technology. By now, we are all familiar with the leading wearable devices like Google Glass and Fitbit, but some haven’t ca

Fit for Work: A Team Experience of Wearable Technology (Oracle Usable Apps in the Cloud Blog)

What happens when co-workers try out wearable technology? Misha Vaughan (@mishavaughan), Director of Oracle Applications Communications and Outreach, explored just that. “Instead of a general perspective, I wanted the team to have a personal experience of wearable technology”, said Misha. So, she gave each member of her team a Fitbit Flex activity tracker to use. The exercise proved insightful, with team members providing useful personal and enterprise-related feedback on device usage. It was
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