Want a quick overview of what I’ve been up to in 2017? Here’s what’s happened:
Still writing weekly at The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. You’ll mostly find my work in the My Career section (inside business). Hard to keep up with examples, but check here for a peek, or follow me on Facebook.
I’ve just wrapped my longstanding toddler travel column for Out & About With Kids magazine, as my toddler is definitely not a toddler any longer. (Fun fact: At three, he’s decided he’s actually four. Asking him to share his age is my favourite party trick. I’m considering following suit, except I’ll be telling people I’m actually younger than I am.) I’m still writing for OAWK and who knows what lies ahead? Stay tuned!
Speaking of small people: my Facebook community for family travel, Kids Who Travel, is getting bigger by the day. And my Babies Who Travel website, with swags of tips for travel with the under one crowd, is still helping families through their earliest days of family travel.
Large and small copywriting projects are now offered via my boutique copywriting agency, The Comms Collective. We’ve just been added to a government panel of 56 government agencies, so 2018 will be big.
I’m still doing a lot of this. You’ll find tailored group trainings here, mentoring for writers here, travel writing and feature writing courses via the Australian Writers’ Centre here.
Behind the microphone:
I’ve spent a lot of time this year being interviewed, mostly about travel. I’m the travel expert on ABC Evenings with Chris Bath – if you want to catch some of our chats, I post some of them on my press page.