So, who am I?
I am an experienced freelance writer from the UK but based in Singapore. I specialise in travel, lifestyle and anything relating to families and contribute to numerous high-profile international titles including Conde Nast Traveller, MO Magazine (published by Conde Nast) and Global Living Magazine. I was the Kids’ Expert for Singapore lifestyle site The Honeycombers for two years and continue to write for them on a regular basis. I also write for luxury travel sites Lightfoot Travel and Kodomo.
I am a committed travel junkie and as well as having travelled across the globe, I have lived in London, Paris, Sydney and now Singapore, one of the best cities in the world. These days I share most (but not all) of my travels with my husband and two gorgeous young adventurers.
Interesting fact no. 101: According to the The Telegraph, I am one of the most influential expats on Twitter.
Please get in touch if you would like to commission me or have any projects that might be of interest. I can be contacted on +65 9004 2207.
Services I offer include:
- Writing features and articles for magazines, newspapers, websites and blogs
- Supplying web content
- Helping with social media activity including Facebook and Twitter
- Rewriting existing web content so it is consumer-friendly and translates well into English.
You can read of some of things I’ve written below:
MO Magazine (Mandarin Oriental Hotels customer publication) Singapore Fling
Conde Nast Traveller website – The Maldives: Where to stay if you have children
Conde Nast Traveller website – Top Tips for Stress-Free Flying with Babies and Toddlers
Conde Nast Traveller website – 10 of the Best Child-friendly Country Retreats
Expats Blog.com: Bronze award for best Singapore blog 2012
HotelClub: Best family blog in Singapore 2013 award
I was also recently featured on The Telegraph’s top 20 list of expats to follow on Twitter. You’ll find me tweeting at www.twitter.com/mummytweets.
Finally, here are some highlights from this blog
I can be contacted on +65 9004 2207.