7 Websites That Pay $35-$1000 for Mental Health Articles by Joanne Eden

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I saw a report of $1,000 for a heavily reported 2,000+ word feature. The Atlantic’sonline health section reportedly pays $200. Vox First Person reportedly pays in the $400 range for personal essays of about 1,500 words. Cosmopolitan.com pays $100 for essays about college.

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Good Housekeeping is one of the oldest women’s interest magazines around, first published in 1885 and has several international editions. Foreign Policy is a magazine of global politics, economics and ideas. Consumer Reports is an American magazine published since 1936 and is dedicated to unbiased product testing, consumer-oriented research, public education, and advocacy. Click here to grab my free guide on how to create a marketing strategy + pitches that get accepted. The Travel Writer’s Life – Write about getting paid to travel (writing, photography, tours, etc.).

Nearly any subject related to psychology is fair game. We value originality, insight, and good reporting. The criteria for getting your article published is to be written at least 800 words long with no grammatical errors, as well as generally categorizing on “Health and Fitness” related topics. If our editors find the piece informative enough, it will be published here. The second requirement is that the article must be 800 and more words to be qualified for publishing on our website.

They have tons of helpful articles, how-to guides, product reviews, and other advice about staying healthy and slim. Or you could even do regular writing for this site if you’re interested. LifeZette is looking for articles on parenting, politics, faith, health, and pop culture. Read their already published articles carefully to get an idea of what it takes to get the yes.

Not only is it a chance to reach a new audience but the writing process itself is a chance to clarify my core messages and materials. Knowing my words are in the hands of people who really care about the work they put out into the world makes the collaboration process all the more precious. If your article is suitable for the site, we will let you know and you can begin writing. If you already have an article written, no problem! With regard to the theme of an article, we like to leave this up to the author to suggest. Perhaps ask yourself ‘what is particularly resonant in my work/life at the moment’ or is there a theme that you feel strongly you’d like to write about, and others to read?

Let me know if this list helps you in landing paid writing jobs. The Lighthouse for the blind and visually impaired is looking for writers who are blind or have a low vision to contribute stories for publication. They are also open to writers with a fine vision. You can earn $100 for essays published on their blog. Teaching Tolerance provides several opportunities for writers to contribute freelance magazine feature stories, short articles, and curriculum materials.

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