Johnna Kaplan is a freelance writer with over 10 years of experience. For the Spruce, she has written about organization, decluttering, and minimalism.
- 10+ years experience as a freelance writer
- Contributed organization, decluttering, and minimalism content for The Spruce
- Currently authors the blog The Size of Connecticut
- Writing and photography featured in publications such as Atlas Obscura, Connecticut Explored, The Day of New London, the Forward, and Newsweek
Johnna has over 10 years of experience as a freelancer focusing in areas such as decluttering and organizing, minimalism, travel, and
Johnna has been a guest on numerous radio shows and podcasts, speaking about New England travel and history, and co-hosts the podcast Going/Steady. Johnna currently lives on the Connecticut shoreline and blogs about local travel destinations at The Size of Connecticut. Follow her on Instagram at @thesizeofct.
Johnna’s writing and photography has appeared in publications like Atlas Obscura, Connecticut Explored, The Day of New London, the Forward, and Newsweek. Her work has also been published in Travelers' Tales anthology The Best Travel Writing.
Johnna graduated with a BFA in Acting from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
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