Ta Ta For Now!

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Illustration by Robert Samuel Hanson for Monocle magazine, via storybrands.blogspot.co.uk

Off we go tonight, into the wild blue yonder! My little family and I are off eastwards to stay with my dad, to an equatorial city-state island where we will spend our quality time wilting and rehydrating in the oppressive humidity – and also having a big, wonderful, colourful, tropical adventure. While we’re there we’ll be celebrating the island’s 50th birthday with fireworks and champagne, too!

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Shophouses in Koon Seng, image via commons.wikimedia.org

As last summer, this means I won’t have the time or inclination for any blogging until late August (and I may be too jet lagged to be bothered even then!).

I recognise this is the prime moment in the year when people might want to know about things to do with their kids in and near Lewes, but since this is a personal blog and not an organisation, company or service, it’s only productive when I am. But besides, I’m guessing as fellow parents you understand that I don’t want to go anywhere near a computer when on my annual family hols!

There is, however, plenty to delve into on the site, so go ahead and explore the categories to find the best of it. I hope you find some things you like there… As always I love to receive your emails and comments.

Have a great summer, and thanks for reading and supporting Little Lewes.

Kate x

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I’m Kate, a copywriter, brand consultant and editor who creates messages that are clear and clean. I create these for brands and agencies both big and boutique, in areas including design, homes and interiors, travel, fashion, lifestyle, beauty, food, and kids and families. I believe clear, clean messages bolster brands and businesses. They evoke emotion and ignite inspiration, and when written well, they’re easier to absorb – and respond to. I live in Copenhagen and am half-English, half-Danish. I write as comfortably in American English as in British, and behind the scenes I'm also studying Danish. Need help getting your message out? Contact me.

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