Alexandra Frost is a Cincinnati-based freelance journalist, content marketing writer, copywriter, and editor focusing on health and wellness, parenting, real estate, business, education, and lifestyle. Away from the keyboard, Alex is also mom to her four sons under age 7, who keep things chaotic, fun, and interesting. For over a decade she has been helping publications and companies connect with readers and bring high-quality information and research to them in a relatable voice. She has been published in the Washington Post, Huffington Post, Glamour, Shape, Today's Parent, Reader's Digest, Parents, Women's Health, and Insider.
Alex has a Master of Arts in Teaching, and a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications/Journalism, both from Miami University. She has also taught high school for 10 years, specializing in media education.
Hey Millennial Parents, It’s Time To Bring Back 90s Summers
I’m taking lessons from those long, lazy, pre-Internet days.
When My Mom Needed Care, My Kids Stepped Up
I wanted to shield them from recovery — then I realized what a mistake that was.
Could It Really Be So Simple Getting My Kids To Do Chores?
Turns out adding an element of play really does work.
Virtual Therapy Changed My Postpartum Life
I'm never going back to in-person.
I Never Imagined My Son Would Get Teased For His Classic Name