Erin is the resident Copywriter for Property Guides, producing regular content such as news, articles and guides.
Graduating in 2014 with a degree in English Literature and Creative Writing, Erin went on to hold copywriting positions within the retail sector. Immersing herself into the world of ecommerce, she built a solid understanding of how the customer mind-set and journey can inform and drive written content. She now uses a similar approach when writing for a property-based audience.
Erin took a career break in 2018 to travel the world for 7 months. She delights in harking back to her time spent in Australia, New Zealand and Europe when writing articles for those wishing to buy property overseas.
Publications written for include the Wimbledon Guardian, Surrey Comet, Kingston Guardian, Richmond and Twickenham Times and the Sutton and Croydon Guardian. She has also built on her experience during stints at the Times Magazine and the Daily Express.
2020 has been a year like no other for ski tourism, with resorts across Europe and the world being forced to shut due to lockdowns and restrictions. Many keen skiers and those in need of some fresh mountain air are wondering when and if they can return to the slopes soon.
Have you ever thought about packing your bags and embarking on a new life in the city of love? That’s exactly what happens in Netflix’s most talked-about new series, ‘Emily in Paris.’ If you haven’t watched it yet, you’ve probably heard of it, mainly because of the large response from French television critics and viewers.
As the Brexit transition period comes to a close at the end of this year, you may be wondering what to do about residency if you’re currently living in France, or if you plan to move there before the 31st of December. We outline the key points about French residency in this article.
The constant news cycle of quarantines, lockdowns and infection rates can feel overwhelming, to say the least. With things changing on an hourly basis and conflicting information coming from the media, the government and so on, it can be difficult to keep up!