About Georgia

Hello! I’m Georgia and I’m a blogger and freelance writer. Welcome to my website!

I didn’t just wake up one day and decide to be a writer, I’ve been writing since I was five. Things have moved on since I had a gold star for my story about The Little Tin Soldier but my passion for the written word has never left.

I entered several writing competitions as a child (and won a few times!) studied English Literature at university, trained to be a journalist, gained experience with a range of online and print publications and started blogging in 2012 to showcase my writing skills.

My previous blog fashionoysteruk.com ran for four years before I changed the name to georgiahathaway.co.uk in 2015. I concentrate mainly on fashion and lifestyle with some beauty thrown in for good measure. I’m hoping to get more travel on here too. 

If you’re wondering what I do by day, I work in the communications team at Swansea University and before that I worked in the press office. I hope to have a long career within this type of industry as it’s all I’ve pictured myself doing. But my dream job is to be a full-time writer. Never say never!

Outside of the office, you’ll find me running, hiking, lifting weights, cold water swimming, at the gym or the yoga studio. I’m a fitness fanatic and make exercise a top priority. I’m always looking for more ways to stay active and take part in a wide range of classes from ballet to body combat. 

I volunteered on a regular basis at a local hospital (pre-covid) and hope to continue in the future as I strongly believe in kindness and helping others. Additionally, I take part in beach cleans when I can and try to live as eco-friendly as possible.

When I’m not pounding the pavements, I’m putting outfits together. And at 5ft 2 and a UK size 6, I’m petite and proud. Apart from that, I’m fascinated by health and nutrition, enjoy reading self-development books, watching documentaries and generally living a wholesome lifestyle. I’m teetotal and would rather have adventures all day, than party all night. I’ll still dress for the disco, though!

And don’t get me started on dogs because we absolutely do not deserve them! I had a Bichon Frise named Coco (after Chanel, naturally) – she was my pride and joy. I have a habit of stopping to fuss every dog I see on the street aswell.

Anyway, I hope you like my blog. Have a look around and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. Thank you for visiting!