Travelling well: travel to inspire the mind
A long time ago, somebody asked me three questions. If I could be anything I wanted, what would I be, if I could do anything I wanted, what would I do and if I could have anything I wanted, what would I have? The answers were a writer, travel and happiness.
In a traditional fairy story, they would have waved a wand and my wishes would have come true. But this is a modern fairy story and so I had to wave my own wand. And I got my wishes. I travelled and I wrote and it has brought me huge happiness. Hopefully some of the ideas might inspire your own travel stories.
Travel the world: the big trips
Meeting Mekonnen: from East Croydon to EthiopiaSeptember 30, 2017
A trip to Austria’s healing caves, Bad GasteinSeptember 30, 2017
5 things I learned about life on a painting holiday in TuscanySeptember 30, 2017
Ancient Indian rites in JerseySeptember 29, 2017
Finding adventure on the edge of the ZambeziJanuary 4, 2016
Miami: it’s not just about Don JohnsonJanuary 4, 2016
What to do in Chile: your complete bucket listJanuary 2, 2016
One night wonders
Can a weekend workshop change the course of your life?October 12, 2017
How to be a Duchess for a nightOctober 12, 2017
5 ways to ‘do’ DublinOctober 10, 2017
Being Grace Kelly at The Connaught HotelOctober 10, 2017
Around the UK in 30 cathedrals
Would I like to spend 11 months visiting 30 cathedrals across the UK and write 4 books about it?
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What I do.
In 2015 I led the digital team on the biggest-selling women’s magazine in the UK to triple the audience in 11 months and increase the social media following by 200%. Prior to this I launched and developed a major women’s digital lifestyle title for Hearst magazines to reach an audience of one million readers.
My key skills include digital strategy planning, content creation and platforming, social media and search traffic management, audience growth and commercial campaign planning.
Since 1995 I’ve been launching new products – including print and digital magazines, books and radio shows – and re-inventing existing brands, including several UK household names.