I have been writing for magazines since 2010 and continue to write for both print and digital publications. Here you can find details and cuttings of some of the articles I have written over the last few years.
I have been writing for the British national magazine Yachting Monthly since 2014, with upwards of 12 articles already published and more to come.
On 10 June 2017 I had an article published in the Saturday newspaper. It’s about the things you miss while you’re long-term travelling and is something very close to my heart. You can read it here on The Guardian’s website. The photographs accompanying the piece were taken by AlexF.
The Huffington Post
I have been blogging on The Huffington Post since 2014 about everything from travel and sailing to relationships and commentary.
Matador is one of the largest online travel websites and once you’re on it, you’re on it for hours. I’ve been reading Matador for about 10 years and I’m really pleased to have been published on the site for the first time in April 2017.
I started contributing to the popular lifestyle website PopSugar in 2016.
I had an article published in an early 2014 edition of the British magazine SurfGirl, focusing on ocean pollution in and around Bali.
I wrote for GoNomad in 2015 about exploring the Caribbean islands of Tobago Cays.
Outdoor and adventure travel blogs are growing every year and I think this can only be a good thing. I enjoy guest blogging and am keen to share my experiences with other outdoor blog readers.
The Planet D
The Planet D is a huge travel blog run by Dave and Deb, two adventurous Americans travelling the globe and trying every fun thing going. In March 2017 I had a guest post published on this amazing website: 5 Things my Two-Year Sailing Journey Taught me About Life.
I wrote a piece about crossing the Atlantic for the Canadian adventure blog Rad Girls Collective in 2015. Their website is currently being redesigned and relaunched.
Adventures of Kate
In January 2017 I wrote a post for the wonderful Adventures of Kate blog on mountains and oceans. You can read it here.