Content Writing and Editing
Writing is my predominant passion, so I embrace opportunities to write and edit, even if the opportunities come from places outside of my normal area of expertise (outdoor/adventure/nature). Helping to create a beautiful atmosphere within product descriptions and assisting new writers and photographers in shaping their words is my biggest strength, and I love to work alongside brands and companies to create that perfect, immersive and inspiring copy.
Thryve.World, Everyday Adventures. - I am now in sole charge of curating, collecting, editing and publishing all Everyday Adventures that go live on the site. Editing, especially, is my strong suit and with my two English degrees, I’ve developed both a skill and a passion in receiving a piece of writing and creating something great from it, with a consistent tone of voice and grammar and spelling checks, etc.
Thryve.World - Areas - All preambles for all locations listed on the site.
EXAMPLE: “Mountain ridges rise like hulking giants from the wide horizon, rivers rush through deep valley gorges and open countryside stretches as far as the eye can see. The famous lochs are still and silent, home to rare (and sometimes even mythical) wildlife, with pine forests reflecting in the crystalline waters. The Scottish Highlands are an iconic part of Scotland;s heritage, and there really is nowhere else like it. Kayak on the lochs, wander the forests, climb the mountains and bag some Munros or scramble the gorges: this is a paradise for thrill-seekers or those who simply wish to admire the breath-taking scenery.”
Thryve.World - Activities - All preambles for all activities listed on the site.
EXAMPLE: “Whether it’s a sunny day paddle on the flat shimmering water of a lake, or even down a white-water river route, canoeing is a very popular activity for the whole family, and is accessible for (almost) all ages and abilities. Many places across the UK run guided paddling sessions, courses and equipment hire, so wherever you are, there’ll be plenty of opportunities to jump in an open canoe and try it out for a day.”
Thryve.World - Hill-walking - All mountain information listed on the site.
EXAMPLE: “Ben Avon, also known as Leabaidh an Daimh Bhuidhe, is a mountain in the Highlands of Scotland. It is situated in the Cairngorms National Park and has an elevation of 1,171 metres. Summiting Ben Avon is a strenuous task, with the shortest ascent via Gleann an-Slugain covering 33.5 kilometres and the summit plateau's sheer, unforgiving size. On this route, the paths are mostly visible and clear but the summit plateau is very exposed so due care should be taken. For this start of this walk, there is parking at Keiloch available for a charge. Although this is a long walk, it is varied and interesting, with beautiful surrounding scenery.”