Scots2Travel began back in June 2015, a few months after Mr Baby made his momentous arrival onto this earth, joining the tribe of the legendary Mr Toddler and Mr Husband.
Scots2Travel is an Aberdeen based family travel blog with a Scottish blend profiling days out, accommodation, short breaks and international travel. Its social media following is growing daily. I’m also a freelance writer specialising in travel, food and rural lifestyle. My freelance portfolio can be found here.
Collaborations include …
As Published in:- The Telegraph, BBC Good Food magazine, Landscape magazine, Vegan Living magazine, Glamping magazine, Camping magazine, Family Traveller magazine, Britain magazine, Discover Britain magazine, the Sunday Herald, the Scotsman, the Sunday Post In10 magazine, Country Lifestyle Scotland, Farming Scotland magazine, My Weekly, Candis, Eastern Airways inflight magazine, History Scotland, the Jewish Chronicle, the Scottish Farmer, the Daily Record, the Press and Journal, Scotland Now, The Leopard, Positively Scottish and a regular contributor on BBC Radio Scotland.
I Cover – Days Out/Experiences, Press Trips/Family Stays, Product Reviews/Sponsored Post (if on topic and relevant) and I’d love to be Brand Ambassador if it’s the perfect fit.
If there’s something I haven’t covered that sounds creative and interesting please drop me a line. Any paid for content will be highlighted as ‘created in association with’ or ‘sponsored’ and will be relevant to travel and family themes. I retain final copy approval on posts.
Scots2Travel aims to show people what’s possible with children and keep it real, with a dash of humour. We love our homeland, Scotland, and we frequently travel to Ireland due to family ties but the motto of Scots2Travel is “there’s a whole world to explore” and that is the ultimate goal that I wish to share with other parents and readers.
Please get in touch to discuss anything further and to request a media kit – email@example.com.
Reader Quote – ‘We finally booked a package holiday … and I wanted to tell you that you and your blog have been a real inspiration for me! I might sound silly but travelling abroad with a baby scares me a lot! I am worried how she will cope with the whole trip and her routine but I guess it is just a fear in my mind (hopefully!) …Thank you for the encouragement!’