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, at the gym or the yoga studio. I’m a fitness fanatic and make exercise a top priority for my mental and physical health. I’m always looking for more ways to stay active and take part in a wide range of classes from spin to Pilates.

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.

When I’m not pounding the pavements, I’m putting outfits together. Style has been a huge part of my life and it’s something I will always be drawn to. 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.

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!