Another new year, one simple resolution

Happy New Year, fellow Scotland lovers! I don’t know about you, but after the crescendo of Hogmanay I often feel that the first of January is a little bittersweet — for me, it’s tinged with sadness that Christmas is over (I get major nostalgia for my childhood during the festive period) but it’s also good to know that — even if it’s just a human … Continue reading Another new year, one simple resolution

Off-topic: Bullet journaling for traditional diarists

I’m starting a new series on the blog to allow me to write about subjects that don’t fit my usual Scotland/travel theme. In my ‘real life’ (as opposed to my online existence!) I’m a social media manager, so I’m keen to have the freedom to discuss other topics like Instagram, influencers and blogging more widely. So the ‘off-topic’ series was born!  So… what are the basics … Continue reading Off-topic: Bullet journaling for traditional diarists

Off-topic: How to work with Scottish travel bloggers

Recently my fellow Scotlander Nicola was asked to speak at a Chartered Institute of Public Relations event in Edinburgh… And she asked Patricia and I to be her sidekicks for the night. The CIPR Scotland talk was titled ‘Social in the City’, and its main aim was to give Scottish PR professionals more information about how to work with bloggers and Instagrammers. We were joined by local Instagram … Continue reading Off-topic: How to work with Scottish travel bloggers

Off-topic: Why getting outdoors is essential

I’ve often wondered if I could ever live in a city. Having spent my whole life growing up in a west coast village, I’ve had the luxury of both vast greenery and vibrant Glasgow right on my doorstep. And as much as I love the bustling west end, one of my favourite things to do is leave behind the tenements and the traffic, and head towards the trees and tranquillity.

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