In my marketing lecturer the other day we were shown this quote and it got my mind racing because it’s so true. That plus the new Stacey Dooley documentary plus my observations at work and in the world have got … Continue reading Society is a bit screwed up, huh?
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is my favourite time of year. There is so much to do in the city that by the end of the month you’re completely burnt out – which is self-inflicted but I wouldn’t have it any … Continue reading My Fringe binge and festival faves
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!
For the past 6 months I have been working in Communications at The Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh. I was lucky to get this position as my university placement for this semester because I love it so much. Getting a feel … Continue reading My internship at The Lyceum Theatre
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!
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!
When we were growing up, my sister was always the artier one. She would excel in art and would always be crafty and helpful to my mother in running her group of Rainbows (the youngest version of Girl Guides). I … Continue reading Promoting my talented sister | Claire Daniel Art