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Chantel Baul

Writer. Editor. Explorer.

Columbus, GA

Chantel Baul

Welcome to my portfolio!

I'm a skilled communicator and a results-driven researcher with an ever-growing curiosity. I've been in digital and print content creation for the last three years, and I've got a diverse body of work to show for it. Writing affords me the invaluable opportunity to meet passionate people, explore interesting places and share little-known stories with the world. I love what I do, and I trust you will too.

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Guide to the 2017 Savannah Gourmet Seafood & Spirits Festival

Of course, no one ever needs an excuse to take a quick trip to Savannah. The striking beauty, the extensive history and the quintessential Southern charm are reason enough. So, the words that follow constitute a noncore argument. Still, if you happen to need some sort of pretext to make your way down to the Hostess City in the coming weeks, the Savannah Harbor Foundation has the perfect opportunity.
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The Deck Beach Bar & Kitchen

Tybee is a food-lover’s paradise, flourishing with fresh seafood, classic Southern fares, captivating island views and a host of celebrated eateries where patrons can enjoy it all. Though Tybee is fortunate to have several cornerstone establishments around the isle, the local restaurant scene is dynamic.
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Where to Dine this Easter

A holiday for piety, pastels and painted eggs, Easter is an enjoyable time for all. Families and friends come together this day each year to celebrate and create lasting memories – many of which are shared over a nice mid morning meal. Don’t spoil your holiday by spending it bent over a hot stove.
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Your Ultimate Guide to Savannah Restaurant Week

Calling all foodies: your chance to enjoy the best of the Hostess City’s culinary scene without breaking the bank is almost here. Savannah Restaurant Week is a week’s worth of prix fixe perfection. Now to February 5, 25 of Savannah’s most premier restaurants will serve patrons delectable three-course meals for the fabulously frugal price of $30 per person.
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Tybee Business Spotlight: Coco’s Sunset Grille

Named for a lovely little monkey who relished West Tybee’s breathtaking sunsets, Cocos Sunset Grille has been serving seafood lovers with the freshest local fare since Spring 2011. Almost 6 years later, Coco’s still delights diners with its laidback atmosphere and friendly service. Tybee residents and wayfarers alike celebrate the festive island grille for its house-made recipes and unique marina views.
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6 Places To Order Mouthwatering Oysters On Tybee Island

Anyone who’s been to Tybee Island knows that the destination is an oyster lover’s paradise. The island’s bounty of marshlands and creeks make it a popular habitat for beloved bivalves. Premier restaurants on the island serve up fresh-caught, locally sourced oysters daily. Whether you like yours dipped in batter and lightly fried, served alongside eclectic ingredients or presented alone as a raw delicacy, you’re sure to find oysters your way on Tybee.
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Where to Find a Cold Treat on Tybee

Scientists have confirmed it, 2016 has been the planet’s hottest year on record. But you probably didn’t need an expert to tell you that. Anyone who steps outside can feel the sizzling summer heat. Fortunately, Tybee Island has everything needed to handle the overly-warm weather with ease: the cool Atlantic waters, the crisp ocean breeze, and lots of options for ice cold treats to help out with homeostasis.
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5 Savannah Restaurants That Are Worth Traveling For

Savannah is a food-lovers paradise, boasting bold tastes that can satisfy a wide variety of palates. Though the Lowcountry is known for Southern comfort food favorites and local coastal cuisine, Savannah’s eclectic dining scene offers a unique range of culinary encounters. Whether you’re after worldly flavors, farm-to-table fares, elegant pairings or kitschy dives, area restaurants are serving up plates that you want to eat.
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Where to Dine Alfresco on the Island

You don’t have to be a restaurateur to know that a relaxing, scenic environment is the perfect accompaniment to every dish. And really, what better dining venue is there than a beautifully-crafted patio overlooking endless sky and sea? For those auspicious islanders, alfresco dining is pretty much a regular pastime.
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4 Savannah Eateries With Delectable Donuts

The perfect match for any steaming cup of coffee, the beloved donut is a revered treat here in Savannah and around the world. We want to let you in on where to find the very best donuts in the city. Skip out on your franchise faves, and grab a circle of dough that’s unique to Savannah. Head to these bakeries, cafés and eateries for a donut that’s truly worthy of any occasion.
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6 Fabulous Fresh Seafood Dishes on Tybee Island

The Low Country is known for Southern comfort cuisine staples like shrimp ‘n’ grits, fried oysters and crab legs. And as you can imagine, seafood is a big part of the region’s culinary culture. There’s no better place to enjoy fresh, flavorful seafood selections than on a beautiful and serene barrier island surrounded on all sides by endless blue.
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Where to Dine on Mother’s Day in Savannah

She was there for your first word, first step, first bike ride, first breakup and so much more. She’s your number one fan. That special day each year where we celebrate mom in all her greatness is just around the corner – Mother’s Day is almost here! Take her out and make her feel like the star that she really is.
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About

Chantel Baul

I'm originally from Savannah, GA, but I relocate here and there as military folks often do. I recently married an active duty infantry officer, and I serve in the Reserves as an HR officer as well. Aside from the army life as an army wife, I am totally driven by an affinity for composition. I value the writing craft because it is an essentiality of human communication. I incorporate my appreciation for rhetoric into my professional work and am avidly looking for opportunities that allow me to continue to do so. I have experience in technical editing and proofreading as well as freelance journalism and blogging. My overall goal in all of my efforts is to continue to learn and improve upon myself, and it's happening everyday.

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Chantel Baul

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Skills

  • Military writing
  • SEO Copywriting
  • B2C Copywriting
  • B2B Copywriting
  • Blogging