Please see the below links for PDFs and details of some of my published writing:
Click here to read a feature for Psychologies about a ‘Raw Love Awakening’ retreat in Tobago.
I arrived in Castara, Tobago expecting beaches and yoga. I left feeling nourished and refreshed – having met an amazing community of people and truly embraced the spirit of “Tobago time”.
Click for, ‘Inhale, Exhale, Repeat’: a feature for DIVA magazine exploring the role of yoga in the wellbeing and mental health of queer people.
Yoga has lifted me through difficult times. In this feature, I speak to LGBT+ people who share their honest and brave yoga stories.
Click for: ‘Falling in love again‘ feature about dating and learning to be vulnerable again for Psychologies January 2018.
I was inspired to write this piece after being single for two years and taking the first steps back into dating…
I have edited ‘The Fix’ for Psychologies for the last two years. In the five monthly pages we feature new books, films, exhibitions and research. Please find examples below:
Click here to read The Fix, Psychologies, November 2016.
Click here to read The Fix, Psychologies, April 2017.
Click here to read The Fix, Psychologies, May 2017.
Click for: Writing weekend with Skyros and Psychologies. (August 2017 and online.)
Click for: ‘What should I do with my life?’ careers coaching feature for Psychologies, June 2017.
Click for: ‘Time travel‘ feature about a weekend exploring Ascona in Switzerland, Psychologies, April 2017.
Click for: ‘Single minded’ feature about embracing and enjoying being single for Psychologies, February 2017.
This feature came from my unexpected experience of loving being single and learning to love myself again.
Click for: ‘Climb every mountain’, overcoming our weaknesses at work, feature for Psychologies, December 2016.
Click for: ‘Three’s a crowd’, relationships coaching feature for Psychologies, August 2016.
Click for: ‘Finding your self’, feature for Psychologies, July 2016.
In this piece, I explore different identities, and was particularly proud to interview Tyler Ford, who identifies as non-binary.
(Header photo by João Silas on Unsplash.)