Diane Daniel is an American freelance writer, editor, and content/publicity strategist based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, and Indian Rocks Beach, Florida. Topics she writes about include art and artists, travel and destinations, architects, design, food, the environment, health and wellness, education, and more. She writes for newspapers, magazines, nonprofits, associations, and businesses. She’s also the founder of Vacation Donations, a Florida-based initiative to reduce waste and encourage reuse in vacation rentals.
Her journalism outlets include The New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe (her last office job), American Heart Association News (her primary outlet these days), National Geographic Traveler, American Craft magazine, and many others. She also writes branded content and loves helping businesses and nonprofits get the publicity they deserve. Diane has spent most of her career on the US East Coast, from Florida to Boston, with a long stop in North Carolina. Since 2014, she started to divide her time between the Netherlands and Florida. Diane continues to keep one foot in the U.S. and another in Europe – which also means she’s quite flexible!