2017; the year that brought such delights as the unfathomable Brexit, Trump and all the fun that his supporters brought to the world, global warming, police brutality, lots of sexual harassment from the entertainment industry, La La Land not winning … Continue reading What did 2017 bring?
In the week leading up to Christmas my family departed on a wee city break. Firstly this was important because it was a 50th birthday present to my mum this year, but secondly, it was important because all 5 of … Continue reading Magical Christmastime in London
You know when you make yourself so busy that you get used to feeling tired and then evetually your body and immune system starts breaking down as its natural way to calm the heck down? That has been my life … Continue reading Burning the candle at both ends
Hannah Witton is one of my favourite bloggers, and recently she posted this blog post about how she feels about accepting that she is growing up, not in the physiological ageing sort of way but in a personality and activities … Continue reading Growing up and getting boring | a response to Hannah Witton
I hope you read that title in the tune of My Favourite Things from the Sound of Music, because that was absolutely my intentions here. But unfortunately I don’t have any whiskers on kittens or brown paper packages tied up … Continue reading These are a few of my favourite things | October 2017
Having lived in Edinburgh for over three years now, I often find that a lot of my friends and family come to me for recommendations of where they should go when they come to visit this wonderful city. Moreover, they … Continue reading My favourite city spots | Edinburgh
Summer is over and I can’t believe it’s September already! 2017 feels like the quickest year ever. For many of us, the real new year begins in September and not January, as we reset our education and start all new … Continue reading Happy new academic year!
I was making the most of having international friends from uni this week and went to visit one of my favourite people at her home in Belgium – somewhere that I’ve always wanted to go. And for once I didn’t … Continue reading C’est magnifique en Belgique!
Being home for the summer is a breath of fresh air, taking a break from the hectic schedule I give myself in Edinburgh with uni, work and dance. I get to move back in with my family which means I … Continue reading North East Summertime
After reading my post about what I got up to in the city the other week, you may be experiencing some Paris longing… which is totally understandable! I thought I would compile a bunch of tips for anyone who may … Continue reading Paris travel tips