One of the major ideas that has really stuck with me after seeing various works at the Fringe is the idea of progress and why we’re still waiting. Many Fringe shows depict incidences from the past and make a comment … Continue reading Progress? | Thoughts on the Fringe
It’s August now and other than the huge, excitingly, tiring adventure that comes with living in Edinburgh during the Fringe, it marks the milestone of my second year of blogging. I still enjoy having this blog as a place to … Continue reading My blog’s 2nd birthday!
Let me preface this blog post with the fact that I fully accept that I am no expert and this is just what I’ve learned from personal experience. I have never dieted, and that’s not to say I’ve never had … Continue reading Don’t diet, make long term lifestyle changes
This year, it was my turn to make the dessert for our Christmas dinner so naturally, it had to include chocolate and salted caramel. Now I am by no means a baking expert so I decided to consult the queen … Continue reading Salted Caramel Yule Log | Easy Recipes
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
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 places to go in Edinburgh
In the past I have mentioned this lil thing that I love called Rock Challenge and I have already written a post about what I did as a RC performer but this one is all about volunteering for the organisation. I am … Continue reading Become a Rock Challenge Ambassador!
A year ago I decided to take a real crack at this whole blogging thing and 52 posts later, here we are. I wanted to blog because I really missed writing creatively and for fun, something I don’t have the … Continue reading A year of blogging!
I’ve been thinking about this topic a lot lately, and what started as a wee twitter rant kept playing in my mind and I realised that I’ve got something to say! I know that I am young and there’s so … Continue reading The trouble with subjective competition
The reason why modern ballet is great because it incorporates all different styles of dance – it allows for more compelling choreography that can hint towards comedy and makes for a more accessible show for a ballet novice, which is … Continue reading Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes (New Adventures) | Ballet Review ★★★★★