Boulder, CO, USA
Sarah Kuta is an award-winning travel and lifestyle writer and editor who has written for Simplemost, TripSavvy, Far&Wide, Livability, Travel Boulder, AAA's Encompass Magazine, the Associated Press, Boulder Daily Camera, The Denver Post, Indiana State University's STATE Magazine, Kellogg Magazine, the University of Colorado College of Arts and Sciences magazine, Make It Better Magazine, 5280 Magazine, RootsRated, The Penny Hoarder, The Colorado Statesman, School Leaders Now, Eat This Not That and other publications. She's written about fitness, travel, outdoor recreation, saving money, weird ways to make money, side gigs, higher education and dozens of other topics. She is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Sarah has won awards from the Colorado Press Association and the Colorado Associated Press Editors & Reporters, including a 2015 award for investigative reporting and public service. She has also won awards for her education and features writing.
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