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Little Wandering Wren's Elevator Pitch

So today I'm supposed to be at Problogger's Evolve 17 conference in Melbourne, Australia, instead, my elevator pitch and I find ourselves unexpectedly in the United Kingdom...


Which is just as well, as I'm not sure it was as polished as it should have been. Maybe you can help?


Who are you and what do you do?

I'm Wren I share my slightly crazy Little Wandering Wren life with anyone who will listen.

See I would have failed at this point. Okay, try more giving, umm, more appeal?

British born Aussie Wren is currently grappling with reinventing herself as a Thai farang in Bangkok. Yay! Join her as she shares a light hearted view of her world whizzing between the three continents she now calls home.

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition London 2017

Who are your readers?

Hi, I'm Wren and I have an awesome group of readers, including my Mum, her friends in the village, a handful of my friends scattered around the world but mostly other bloggers who I have met on line, don't tell the kids, and we enjoy reading about each other's lives and adventures.

Okay, I know, try again: 

Hi, I'm Wren, lovely to have you here to join my readers, who like you think it's safer to follow my travel adventures from the safety of their own armchairs and computers!




What is your unfair advantage in life?

I have been on the move for the past twenty-five years, I travel more than most.

How about whilst my own kids may not think I'm cool, I have become really popular with my friends' backpacker kids since we moved to Bangkok! 






Why should readers visit your blog?


To Explore, Dream and Discover and to have a laugh.






What do you want readers to say about your blog?


That they never know what to expect, or where in the world that they'll find me wandering, and that the photos are always interesting!





What do you want your readers to do next?

Leave a comment, message or e-mail me at wrensrambles@gmail.com. 

Follow me for real-time daily updates via 
Twitter: @LWWren 
Instagram: @lwwren 
or on my Little Wren Facebook page and to make a return visit.

Coming soon! New WordPress blog! Watch this space!


What do you think? Why do you visit? Do let me know!

Wren xx








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