I'm a freelance journalist and editor with ten years' experience working for national magazines, both online and print - most recently writing for The Sunday Times Style, The Pool, BBC3, Stylist, Glamour, Red, Women's Health, Oh Comely, EasyJet Traveller, Brides and Condé Nast Traveller. In February 2018, I won the Best Health Journalist award at the Wellness Awards. (Yes, I am available for commissions, how kind of you to ask. Yes, you can contact me to discuss this further - here's how: firstname.lastname@example.org)
I write a lot about health and fitness - mainly because I'm always trying to be healthier and fitter, and because after being the 'least likely to run for a bus, let alone run a marathon', I have somehow ended up running three marathons. I'm always interested in hearing about new classes and products, book launches and studies, so ping me an email if you have health news to share.
While I love writing about health, don't expect endless green juice pics and angled shots of my (unimpressive) abs on this blog. To me, a healthier life is about so much more than just eating well and exercise - it's about (among other things) good mental health, kindness, brilliant books, long walks, travel, great films and red lipstick, so don't be alarmed if I write about things other than just squats and sprints.
In fact, I can write about just about anything, so do get in touch if you are looking for a pen for hire.
As well as journalism, I have spoken on panels about body image and wellbeing, including Fitfluence and Be You Talks, consulted for companies including Unilever and Thomson, and written content for brands and retailers such as Very.co.uk and Marks & Spencer. If you want to see a bit more about my career history, LinkedIn is good for a nose.
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