Please see below for a sample of my published writing. I specialise in writing about sustainability in an accessible and creative way.
Psychologies Real Eco awards
I managed and edited Psychologies’ year-long Real Eco awards. The awards focussed on a different product type each month and aimed to research, test and review the brands making the most effort to be as sustainable and ethical as possible.
TRAID: Educating for sustainability
I was delighted to work for the sustainable clothing charity TRAID on its 2020 project to help teachers educate about sustainability. The work being done is fascinating, inspiring and so important.
Cliff camping feature
Against my better judgement, I camped for the night – literally – on the edge of a cliff. An amazing, but terrifying, experience.
Psychology workbook features
I was asked to contribute to ‘Slimming World’ magazine’s psychology pages, producing creative guides with expert advice.
The gift of time feature
In this feature for ‘Psychologies’, I write about giving up presents for birthdays and Christmas and instead exchanging time.
My Life, My Way: Vicky the vet
As an animal lover, it was fascinating to interview vet Vicky Bannister about what working with animals is really like, the stresses of surgery and what drives her to help creatures great and small.
My Life, My Way: Maia Walczak
Artist, author, award-winning children’s illustrator and keen surfer Maia Walczak is deeply inspired by the ocean and the bounty of nature. It was great to chat to her about foraging and life by the sea.
My Life, My Way: Blacksmith Ashlee Donaldson
Blacksmith Ashlee Donaldson is inspired by her family’s heritage, the slow, mindful process of metalwork and the beauty of nature. As one of the few women in her trade, it was amazing to interview her and learn all about it.
Psychologies’ Eco Worrier columnist: year 2
In 2020, my Eco Worrier column evolved to have a Q&A format. Each month, I answer a reader’s sustainability question with an honest, unbiased and well-researched answer.
Psychologies’ Eco Worrier columnist: year 1
Throughout 2019, I wrote ‘Psychologies’ magazine’s Eco Worrier column – an honest account of sustainable, eco-conscious living with relatable stories, experience and tips. Each month, I explored a different area of my life, turned it green and shared the journey with our readers.
Pride and queer identity feature
As a queer woman, it is important to me that I represent and give a voice to the LGBTQIA+ community in my work. In this Pride feature for ‘Psychologies’, I write about my experiences and how labels can affect us.
Costa Rica travel piece
I recently visited Costa Rica and have written about the country’s wildlife, wellness spots and forward-thinking sustainability and community projects.
My Life, My Way: Dr Melanie Windridge
Melanie is a physicist and environmentalist who summited Everest to show how science fuels adventures. As someone who loves the outdoors, it was incredibly inspiring to interview Melanie. She also works to develop fusion – a form of clean, green energy.
My Life, My Way: Kate Griffin
Inspired by her mother’s recipes, former teacher Kate Griffin handcrafts natural gins and spirits. I spoke to her about managing her work-life balance and how her local community supports her.
Despite being veggie for years, I never thought I’d go vegan. Two years later, and I feel stronger, more nourished and love cooking and eating out – because of going vegan. Psychologies asked me to write about my journey, and how my mind and body has changed.
My Life, My Way: Gabriela Lerner
I first met Gabriela on a retreat in Tobago and was honoured to work with her again. Gabriela welcomed us into her home to experience and document her nourishing lifestyle of raw vegan food, meditation, walking, yoga and living in harmony with nature. She was truly inspiring and the feature explores her journey to this.
My Life, My Way: The Canvas
I’m really happy to now be working regularly on the My Life, My Way feature for ‘Psychologies’, interviewing inspiring businesswomen and humans creating change and happiness in the world. Ruth founded a groundbreaking community enterprise, hosting unique events and people in a welcoming setting with delicious vegan food.
After its first year of Pride in 2017, the Isle of Wight hosts UK Pride. I head there for ‘DIVA’ and discover an honest community spirit of kindness and connection.
Exploring the meaning of freedom
In this feature I unpick what freedom really means, and how embracing it can create true calm and better relationships.
As an introvert, I’ve often been overlooked and have also doubted myself. In this feature, I explore why being beta is actually a strength and a hugely positive attribute in the workplace.
Tobago travel piece
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”.
Yoga has lifted me through difficult times. In this feature, I speak to LGBT+ people who share their honest and brave yoga journeys.
Conscious dating feature
I was inspired to write this piece after being single for two years and taking the first steps back into dating…
I edit ‘The Fix’ for ‘Psychologies’, featuring new books, films, exhibitions and research. Please find examples below.
All the single ladies!
This feature came from my unexpected experience of loving being single and learning to love myself again.
Beyond the binary
In this piece, I explore different identities, and was particularly proud to interview Tyler Ford, who identifies as non-binary.