OOO sounds so fancy saying it like that but sometimes you have got to be your own cheerleader right?

I’ve not had as much spare time to write for independent magazines and other publications as I would have liked to these last few month but I’m really happy with the pieces I have produced and so I thought I’d give you a quick run down in this weeks blog post.

So outside of my usual freelance work, here are some of the exciting projects and pieces I’ve been working on:

What Students should know before they Graduate‘ – Published by Disgraceful Magazine

I had the honour of writing this piece with Anika Akther who was a fellow course mate whilst I was at uni. We came together (over zoom) to share our wisdom on life after graduating and share some tips that we learnt the hard way to help future graduates emerging into the world.

Excitingly, I received a printed copy of this in the post a few weeks ago. Always feels like a bigger deal when your name is in print!

You can read the full article here (Page 130 or PDF page 66).

9 Best Walks in Somerset that you need to go on‘ – Published by Far Away Lucy

Childhood favourite walks, and local walks discovered during lockdown complied my best 9 walks in Somerset. Re-reading this has made me eve more desperate to get my boots on and get exploring though!

You ca read the full article here.

13 Best Rooftop Bars in Bristol with amazing views‘ – Published by Far Away Lucy

This was my second piece I’ve produced for Lucy. I’ve really enjoyed writing blogs for her travel blog and getting involved with projects she’s working on.

When Lucy said she was covering rooftop bars in the UK, I took the excuse to do some ‘research’ and persuaded Will to have a rooftop date night in Bristol which was so incredibly lovely despite the rain (one of the downfalls of rooftop bars!).

You can read the full article here.

Virtual internships and graduating from Home a year later’ – Published by the University of Plymouth

Beyond happy to have had the opportunity to share this blog on my experiences since graduating for the University.
The struggle has been very real, but the guidance and support from the University of Plymouth and The Bridge has kept me believing in myself and progressing as a copywriter and it was great to reflect on this in the blog.

You can read the full article here.

Schedule time out to relax‘ – Published by Wiltshire and Willow

Watching Helena’s lifestyle business grow has been so inspiring and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed being a resident lifestyle writer.

In this piece I explored burnout and the freedom of choice we have to choose a night in over a night out. There’s a pressure to people please and seize every opportunity of ‘normality’ but this piece was a reminder that we still have to take care of ourselves

You can read the full article here.

I’m always so grateful for the opportunities that I get as a writer, whether its reflecting on my own experiences or producing content for a client, being able to string some words together for a variety of purposes brings me such much joy, and it remains an excitement to see each piece published.

If you ever need a copywriter, please drop me a message as I’d love to get involved with your projects.