Caroline Mellor



About Me

A very warm welcome to my website!


I'm a self-employed writer, editor and workshop facilitator based in East Sussex, UK. I write about my passion for wellness, gentle parenting, sustainable travel, environmental issues and soulful living, as well as poetry, personal essays and creative nonfiction.


I contribute regularly to The Green Parent magazine and my work has also featured in Rebelle Society, Scribe, Elephant Journal, the Brighton Argus, Permaculture Magazine, Medium and the Viva group.

I am currently working on my first collection of poetry, a children's book and a non-fiction book about the adventures of a bus called Bella.

I live close to the sea and the green hills of the South Downs with my husband and two young children. Alongside freelance writing I’m a proud stay-at-home mum, qualified holistic therapist, volunteer forest school assistant and founder member of Wellbeing at Brighton Earthship, where I coordinate and facilitate holistic events, retreats and workshops.

I'd love to hear from you! Get in touch on facebook, linkedin, medium or email me. You can also drop me a message using the form at the bottom of this page.



"The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses

to grow sharper." - W. B. Yeats


I graduated from the University of Sussex in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature.

Following this I spent most of my twenties traveling the world and practising as a Holistic Therapist, training in Shiatsu and Ayurvedic bodywork as well as massage, reflexology and aromatherapy.

After I had children, I decided to follow my dreams of being a writer. So far it's been an adventure, and is my way of traveling without moving. Thank you for joining me! 💙


"Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell others."

- Mary Oliver


Contact Me


Phone: +44 7818 871197

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“Those who dwell among the beauties and the mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary

of life.” – Rachel Carson

With special thanks to Annie Spratt for the use of her beautiful photographs. Check out her website here