Joined 13 years ago from Istanbul, Turkey
Loren's Gem is a female freelance writer living in Turkey who enjoys spending most of her time with her family and writing content for the web during her free time. She earned a Bachelor's degree in Mass Communication and has worked in the fields of journalism and teaching. As former Information Officer for the local government, she had developed and published tourism travel guide brochures, festival souvenir programs and newsletters.
Loren's passions involve writing, travel, and photography. She enjoys writing for topics related with travel, culture, food, family & relationships, health, and society. She also loves to research and write articles about other interesting topics related with fashion and technology. Her interest in writing is a result of her early fascination with books, magazines, newsletters as well as with creative arts such as drawing, painting, interior designing, and photography. All these interests, coupled with the support from her family have inspired her to continue learning new things and gladly share what she has learned through her writings.
Currently, Loren writes for Hubpages, Infobarrel, Triond, Bukisa, and Factoidz.
You may also find some of her published articles in Xomba, SheToldMe, Snipsly, and Redgage.
Favorite Quote: "While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about."
12 years ago
In Turkey’s Black Sea region where the tiny anchovies known as hamsi are most abundant, the arrival of autumn, winter and early spring means a festive time for anchovy eaters. The Black Sea anchovies are small, slender, silvery and...
12 years ago
Turkish Asure topped with crushed walnuts, currants, lemon & fresh pomegranate. Erin (firstname.lastname@example.org) Sharing this traditional Turkish dessert called aşure/ashure or Noah's Ark pudding to anyone regardless of race, culture, and belief...
15 months ago
Perfectly peeling a hard-boiled egg is easier than it seems.
15 months ago
Bulgur pilaf, called "bulgur pilavi" in Turkish, is one of the many great nutritious and healthy pilaf varieties that have long been common Turkish favorites.
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