My Lockdown Recommendations

Times are weird, unsettling, emotional, frustrating. There’s not actually one word to fully describe what we’re all going through at the moment, and everyone’s experiences differ during this rather chaotic and unpredictable time. If you’re having a good day today then well done, it’s important to try and stay as positive as possible, however, if you’re having a bad day then that’s completely okay, just know that you’re not alone in feeling that way, you…

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My Top 5 Glasgow Food Spots

If eating out was an Olympic sport then I’d be a gold medalist, it’s my absolute favourite thing to do. If I know I’m going out for dinner then I sit all day studying the menu over and over again, despite the fact I know what’s on the menu and also despite the fact that 99.9% of the time I already know what I’m going to be ordering. Does anyone else do that, surely it’s…

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New York: Day 7

It was the day I had been dreading the most, the one I had been wishing wouldn’t come as soon as it did, it was my last day in New York City. The trip had been everything I expected and MORE, the only sad thing is that when you look forward to something for so long and when that moment, event or occasion does arrive, it goes in far too quickly. Do you ever feel…

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New York: Day 6

Waking up on our second last day of being in the most incredible city in the world (in my opinion) was bitter sweet. I wanted this day to last as long as it possibly could. The ‘New York glow‘ really is a thing and I didn’t want it to fade as soon as I touched down in the UK early Monday morning. After moving all of our Saturday plans to the previous day due to…

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New York: Day 5

With 3 days left of the trip, I was starting to realise that my time in New York was going to be short-lived. Asides from wishing for warm weather, If I could have wished for anything else at that moment then it would have been for a time machine to slow down time, as things were going in far too quickly and I didn’t like it one bit. By this point, I was familiar with…

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