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Rob Alston has traveled around Australia, Japan, Europe, and America as a writer and editor for industries including personal wellness and recovery.

Graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Minor in German from Miami University (Oxford, OH), Rob is a proud Midwestern. After working for a corporate office in Australia, he transitioned to a career of writing, something he’s always loved.

Rob enjoys the arts and has performed at the Sydney Opera House as a National Poetry Slam Finalist.

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