A close up of bluebells surrounded by grass

Distancing #5: More links for weekend reading

All of this series, words from life under lockdown, can be found via this link. After a week of work — which involves creating content about the coronavirus for about 7 hours a day, which as you’ve guessed doesn’t provide much opportunity from switching off from the situation we currently find ourselves in — one of the weekend’s simplest pleasures is sitting in the kitchen … Continue reading Distancing #5: More links for weekend reading

Bullet journaling for traditional diarists (like me!)

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 Bullet journaling for traditional diarists (like me!)

On my bookshelf: Winter reads

Here’s a little flashback to the books I adored during one of my final terms at Glasgow University. My focus that semester was American women’s writing and Occupation France, as you’ll see from the reading list below. If you’ve read any of these books, let me know what you thought of them in the comments below. Little Women, Louisa May Alcott – I have fond … Continue reading On my bookshelf: Winter reads