Author: Emily Mulder

Emily is an avid writer, photographer and excursionist. Growing up in a small town in Wyoming, she did most of her early travel vicariously via books. As an adult, she spent time living on both coasts and throughout various unique regions of the United States before settling for four years to live and work in the fast-paced world of Washington, DC. She moved to England in 2012, where she now resides. Emily graduated from Kingston University with a First Class honors degree in Media and Cultural Studies. She currently works as a communications professional for a nonprofit organization in London, focusing on Internet education and free speech. Through all mediums and aspects of media, Emily strives to tell the stories of people and places, which is why she is thrilled to have the opportunity to write The Beaten Path. She feels that travel is an invaluable personal asset and is eager to give back to the international community that she has found to be so supportive. Further information and more examples of Emily’s work can be found on her website, www.emilymulder.com. You can also find her on Instagram under the profile name emu_media.

Edinburgh Feature

Eight Hours in Edinburgh

Frequent travellers will know that sometimes you need to either get the bang for your buck, or time. I’m a

Authentic Travel - What Does It Mean

Quality over Quantity: Creating an Authentic Travel Experience

Watercolor by Poppy and Pinecone I was recently talking to a friend about all the places I still want to

Idyll Feature Richmond Park

Stately Beauty: A Wander in Richmond Park

I was not in a great mood the first time I went to Richmond Park. It was a monotonously grey

Lone Traveler on Arthur's Seat - Edinburgh

Three Great Things About Studying Abroad (And One Downside)

As someone who chose it, I’m a big advocate of studying abroad. Whether for the duration of a degree or just

Historical Hotbed: Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace is my favorite place in England thus far. It might actually be one of my favorite places

Ye Olde Chesire Cheese Sign Feature

Top Hats, Tails, and Charles Dickens’ Seat: Lunch at the Ye Olde Chesire Cheese

Recently, my boss was granted the ‘Freedom of the City of London,’ which means that he now belongs to one

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