Stacey L. Nash

Stacey L. Nash is a health and wellness writer for TripSavvy. She is also the co-author of the memoir, "Unshattered: Overcoming Tragedy and Choosing a Beautiful Life."


  • Her work has been featured in a variety of publications such as,,,,, and
  • Stacey has a degree in communication from the University of Puget Sound.


Stacey's writing covers everything from the best strollers you can buy, to how to sleep better internationally. Before reviewing products for TripSavvy, Stacey specialized in sleep content, such as pillows and sleep apps, and co-authored an inspirational memoir titled, "Unshattered: Overcoming Tragedy and Choosing a Beautiful Life." When she's not writing from her home in Seattle, she can be found practicing opera and spending time with her family. You can follow Stacey on Instagram @nashwritenow.


Stacey has a degree in communication from the University of Puget Sound.

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