about a fork in the road - portrait photo of blog author Nammie Matthews

A Fork in the Road is the brainchild of Nammie Matthews, a food and travel writer with a hunger for adventure and a thirst for knowledge.

Nammie graduated with a BA (Hols) in Travel Journalism in 2017 and has been busy cutting her teeth in the journalism and copywriting industry ever since, having worked with Lonely Planet, Travel Trade Gazette, Cosmopolitan, NME, ITV, Channel 4’s Food Unwrapped, The Argus and BN1 Magazine. She also writes content on a freelance basis, with previous clients including loveholidays.com, food app Wriggle and Brighton’s BeFries, while reviewing restaurants for Restaurants Brighton alongside running A Fork in the Road.

An amalgamation of her passions, A Fork in the Road is a collection of restaurant reviews, travelogues, recipes, travel tips and much more. Always wanted to travel alone but not sure how? This gal’s been around the world solo. Stuck for where to eat out on a ravenous Thursday night? She’s got you covered. Interested in going vegan but not sure where to start? Let her give you her two cents.

Hopefully by reading this blog you’ll come away feeling inspired, informed, and a bit more confident about making your own big decisions.

I can’t wait to share this journey with you.


A full portfolio of published works can be found here.

For more information/commissions, contact Nammie here.


  1. October 9, 2013 / 4:06 pm

    Best of luck on your incredible adventure!

    • October 9, 2013 / 11:41 pm

      Thanks so much! I’ll be posting a lot more in the coming days – really looking forward to visiting Chiang Mai which is a really old city in the north packed with culture! 🙂

  2. June 29, 2014 / 5:44 am

    I went to Reykjavík last May – Iceland’s one of my favourite ever countries now. You will love it! I have lots of Reykjavik posts on my blog if you care to have a goosey gander

    • June 30, 2014 / 4:39 am

      Wow, looks like you’ve seen a lot of Europe! Bit envious, and even more so about Japan… I will definitely be using your blog for ref. Thanks!

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