The one where I attempt to answer the 100 questions that you should ask somebody who loves to travel. Continue reading 100 Things To Ask A Traveller – ANSWERED! | April Travel Challenge
You learn so much more when you’re a million miles away from your comfort zone. Continue reading I Really Hate Rice (And Four Other Things I Learned In India) | April Travel Challenge
I’ve been driving for more than a year now – but does it really get any easier? Continue reading Confessions Of A Nervous Driver | April Travel Challenge
A guide to five products I don’t mind spending a fiver on… Continue reading The Cheapskate’s Guide To Five (Affordable) Products Worth Treating Yourself To
I keep making my hair red even though I said I never would…but why? Continue reading Red Hair: Love Or Loathe?
“I’m going to Italy.” “Oh wow, who with?” “Just myself.” “YOURSELF?” If you follow me on social media then the opening part of this post will make sense, and in case you don’t let me briefly explain. Two weeks ago … Continue reading Going Solo: Was It Really That Bad?
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYBODY! Welcome to 2018. So…who has made a new year’s resolution? I know from what you have been telling me on Instagram that a lot of you don’t bother making resolutions. I don’t blame you – this used to be me and to some extent still is! You may remember that a few years ago, in the era of KTTLG 1.0, that instead of making a resolution I decided to make a list of ten things that I wanted to achieve instead. I wasn’t able to achieve all of them (to be honest I kind of forgot … Continue reading How I Made A New Year’s Resolution I Could Keep
I spent my weekend at Enterprise North East Scotland’s Enterprise Challenge 2014. The Enterprise Challenge is an annual even for people from Grampian and Tayside who are aged 18-30 and either run their own business, are starting up their own business or are interested in starting up their own business in the future, and poses participants with a series of physical and mental challenges to replicate the emotional rollercoaster of self employment. I’m not going to tell you what shenanigans we got up to, just in case you fancy having a go yourself, instead I am going to share with … Continue reading Things I Learnt This Weekend.
June has been earmarked as ‘Migraine Awareness Month’, and this is a cause which is close to my heart. To read more about my personal migraine story, you can read A Hole in the Head. Anybody who suffers from the disease will understand the frustrations, and the importance of the unofficial strap line “It’s more than just a headache”. In this post I want to introduce you to a young woman who I never met, yet who broke my heart a little. Her name is Melissa Dwyer and, despite the fact that migraines are not a ‘life threatening’ illness, she … Continue reading Migraines: The Mental Muck Up
Another poem from the hard drive. A little more festive, this one was written for a church competition. It won. My Sparkly Christmas A poem by Kirsty Brown It sparkles in the daylight It sparkles in the night It’s everywhere I look around It’s even on the ground My favourite is the silver But there’s other colours too Gold, purple, red or blue Multicoloured, what’s for you? In class we use it everyday When Christmas comes around The green’s a tree, a shiny blue sky And there’s silver sparkly snow! I find it on my trousers My coat, my shoes-my … Continue reading My Sparkly Christmas