So I recently read the book Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (And Other Lies) by Scarlett Curtis – it is a collection of essays in which various wonderful women talk about their experiences with feminism; things that made them angry, things … Continue reading What does Feminism mean to you?
I’ve needed glasses since I was about 10 years old and since I was maybe 13 I’ve worn contact lenses. I’m short-sighted which means I can’t see things in the distance and the range of that distance got progressively worse … Continue reading So what’s it like to get laser eye surgery?
2019 was a milestone year in my life. It’s where I went from being a student to an …adult? It certainly was a year of two parts – the first being filled with ‘lasts’; my last lecture, last exam, last … Continue reading 2019: the year of change
Oh here we go, she’s writing about politics! This soap-box isn’t really to talk about my particular political views it’s more about encouraging you, dear reader, to use your voice. There’s not long left so make sure that you register … Continue reading you have to use your vote
For this post I have taken alllll the personality tests and will now tell you what I think! This post was inspired by Hannah Witton’s recent(ish) YouTube series Who Am I? because I love personality tests, it looked like she … Continue reading Who Am I? | personality testing
A lot of unexpected, unexplainable and unbelievable things have been happening in life lately and as hard as it’s been, I find myself drawn to focus on the positives. Not that the negatives don’t exist, but what else can we … Continue reading hold the people you love
Life post-graduation is weird. For the first time in my life I haven’t got a pre-determined plan for the next few years, I’m out on my own in the big bad world yadda yadda… Then comes the endless search for … Continue reading Onto the next chapter…
It’s been three years now of What Katie Did Next and I feel like I’m really hitting my stride. This has been a busy year finishing my degree and now stepping out into the big bad world but I find … Continue reading 3 years of blogging
Edinburgh is a city full of character and, in August, full of characters. The mixing pot of locals, and international, and tourists all vying for a taste of the city’s history, promise and probably some whisky. It blows me away … Continue reading August in Edinburgh
The past four years at university have been a really exciting time of my life and I packed it with as many memories as I possibly could. But I gained so much more than a first class degree and a … Continue reading What I really learned from uni