Hi, I’m Laura, a freelance writer. Here’s my story.

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I’ve been a writer for as long as I can remember. I journaled and wrote fan fiction from an early age. I would even write letters to my family instead of talking to them. To me, it felt like the written word had more impact.

I would’ve made it a career from day one had I been given the chance. But growing up in the 90s in a former communist country, you heard a clear message: smart, successful people are engineers, lawyers, doctors, or teachers.

Writing was not an option. Not one that would pay the bills, anyway.

And so I went on to study computer engineering. It was during my Ph.D. that I discovered I could make an impact with my writing. Even if I wasn’t a writer in the traditional sense of the word.

Working on peer-reviewed articles made me realize there was a lot of power in writing. I could take these complex notions, new ideas from my research, and turn them into something anyone could understand. Soon, I was the go-to writer in the faculty, helping colleagues left and right.


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When I first started writing online content, I had to make quite a shift. Academic language is a no-go on websites. Luckily, I had spent a few years teaching, an experience that taught me how to explain complicated, boring stuff in a fun and engaging way.

Now, I use everything I learned on this journey to help others tell their stories. The stories of their products and their clients. I help spread the knowledge on various topics.


A few years ago, the word “autism” was mentioned to me. It opened up a new world and helped me make sense of many of my struggles. 

I started doing what I do best—writing about it. First, to process my own thoughts, feelings, and emotions. To understand. Then, article after article, I realized I could do more. I could help the little Lauras who were struggling just as I had.

And so my stories took another turn and I dived deep into research, a habit I still keep near and dear to my soul from my academic days. 

Now, I like working with those who help neurodivergent people. By telling their stories and educating people on all things autism, ADHD, or dyslexia, I believe we can make a huge impact. One short article at a time.

My Work


Content writing

Case studies, SEO-optimized articles, and white papers are my areas of expertise. I believe your content is your voice. It is the first contact your clients have with your products. So let’s work together to make it shine.


SEO optimization

Your content can only do so much if search engines don’t notice you. I can help you see what you’re doing right and where you could polish your website to reach more customers with less effort.


Personal projects 

As a neurodivergent person, I want to raise awareness about the issues this community faces. My work is rooted in personal experiences, but it also includes interviews and research that showcases struggles and potential solutions.

Your Content is Your Voice

Beyond your products, your content is the first thing people see when they come to your website. It’s their first interaction with you. And it can make the difference between a lead who becomes a client and one who runs from the site in 2 minutes, never to return again.

Content is your chance to showcase who you are and the values you stand for. It’s a way to show people why you are the best at what you do. To educate them, not just sell, sell, sell. To show them they’re more than a walking money bag.

Generate Qualified Leads

Increase Brand Awareness

Showcase Your Expertise

Build Trust

Enhance SEO

Let’s Chat

Do you need help with SEO optimization?

Want to showcase your work through case studies?

Do you want a strong whitepaper to showcase your expertise?

Other writing-related projects?

Send me an email at laura (at) lauravegh (dot) com

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