Mitchell Rothbardt

Professional Copywriter/UX Writer here to make your dreams come true. 

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Magic Dog Training Sales Page

Say Goodbye to Leash Tugs and Over-the-Top Greetings: Unleash Tail-Wagging Bliss with It’s Not Magic’s Pawsitively Fun Training! Train your dog faster and easier than you ever thought possible using methods that are a blast for both you and your dog. You love your dog more than anything. Maybe even more than some of the people in your life. They’re the most wonderful dog ever, right? The cutest and most best-est! But when you get home after a long day and know you’re about to get jumped on… Or (read more)

Don't fall for the heated seats!

So, we bought a car last week. We’re heading up to Oregon to see family for the holiday and wanted to find something a little nicer with All-Wheel-Drive to handle the weather. It’s got some nice safety features. Blind spot lets you know if you’re not in the center of your lane...a back-up camera…it's pretty nice. But if all those cool features worked perfectly but the car didn’t start? That’d be a pretty crappy car. Right?

It's Time To Feel Good Again

This has been a heck of a year but isn’t it time to do something that helps you feel more like you? You know the toll the last seven months has taken both mentally and physically. Everyone has felt it and it’s been hard finding a way out. You feel down, which leads to being less active, which leads to aches and pains which leads to feeling down. Does this sound familiar? It’s tough fighting your way out of this cycle. It’s difficult even doing things you know are good for you. It feels like y

I swear this is a true story

I know I've been writing about this for a few weeks, but I swear this story is 100% true. I was outside a local gym over the weekend and overheard a few people leaving a class. All they could talk about was how sore they were. That was literally the entire conversation. I felt kind of sorry for them. I'm not sure they had such a great experience. Maybe they did. I don't want to speak for them. It sounded like they were trying to convince themselves of something. I just know most people don't l
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