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
This is something that I’ve been thinking about for a while now. It all started when I was in Paris two years ago and looking at some of the most beautiful buildings that I have ever seen. I’m always drawn … Continue reading Why are there no new landmarks?
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?
Atypical is a Netflix original series that I really love. I just finished watching the second season and I feel pretty happy and here’s why. It’s a great show that follows our main guy Sam who is growing up, just … Continue reading Atypical on Netflix
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!
The other day I was listening to a panel podcast about the gap between politics and reality. Naturally, because it was something I was listening to, it was through the lense of how these things are portrayed in the theatre … Continue reading Where does our identity come from?
Teachers are some of the most important people in our society because they nurture and educate the minds that become our future. They generate passion, curiosity and perseverance for what sets our minds on fire. I doubt anyone would argue … Continue reading Good teachers are so important
Well, that’s the Fringe over for another year and Edinburgh breathes a weary sigh of relief. I love the festival and it has been so much fun but also a lot of work. My energy levels are dipping into the overdraft so … Continue reading The Edinburgh Festival Fringe in review
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!