I’m a slow travel writer based in and inspired by Scotland.
From my home between the sea and the countryside, I share words and pictures about slower travel and switching off.
I’m particularly interested in how social media is changing the way we experience places, and the importance of nature in modern life.
My writing has been featured in publications like Hidden Scotland, The Scots Magazine and Good Housekeeping.
As the travel restrictions ease in Scotland, families can reunite. But returning to my childhood village brings both new discoveries and a reminder of what has been lost.
How would you tell your origin story of your relationship with the living world? I reflect on how my parents have shaped my love of nature.
On an early spring day, blue skies sit over the rolling Fife hills. As I walk, I consider how good weather can be a balm after the worst of winters.
Before, repeating the same walk every weekend might have been many people’s definition of boredom. Now, the small green spaces on our doorstep provide calm in the chaos.
Spending time in a coffee shop can be an experience of itself, not simply the act of sipping a hot drink. This is my love letter to some of my favourite cafés in Scotland.
I was asked at the start of the year to give a definition of slow travel to accompany an article. My definition is for a world where our phones are forever in our pockets.
A watercolour white haze sat on the horizon, with cyclists and cars streaming towards the harbour in anticipation of good weather. This trip was sponsored by West Coast Waters.
There’s a reason why this remote Scottish peninsula was an ideal hideaway for former Beatle Paul McCartney. This trip was sponsored by West Coast Waters.
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