• Maiden Voyage

    Can we talk about mall cops for a second? Is their job so exclusive that they’re the only ones who get segways? I mean, comparatively, students put on as many or even more miles in a day doing our job than mall cops do. You see, if we could spend less time walking to and from campus […]

  • The Wall

    Wait! Don’t go! It’s a fun post, not a political post, I promise. I think. I’ll make this quick so you can get right to the video. So, I do this rock climbing thing once or twice a week for a non-school-related challenge. I hope this montage inspires you to waltz your way over to […]

  • Recipe for a dark winters day.

      Hello there, Welcome to another blog post! I decided to mix up the blog post today and I thought I would share a recipe that I use to create one of my special treats. Now, I am not much of a baker nor do I consider myself to be any kind of cook. However, I do thoroughly […]

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  • Scotland in the Fog: Spooky Stirling

    Forecasting in Scotland is a wee bit like throwing a dart at a board while intoxicated and blind-folded: it’s anybody’s guess what will actually happen which is likely why there’s a relatively famous expression of, “If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes.” Having looked up the weather for Stirling the morning before I […]

  • Reflecting on 2016.

    Hey there, Welcome to a new blog post! Although 2017 is already well underway, I felt that it is always important to reflect on the year that has just passed. 2016 has been described as being ‘the worst year’. I agree that there were a lot of difficult times with world crises, deaths and life changing […]


  • Hello 2017.

    Hey there, Welcome to the first blog post of 2017. I cannot believe how fast the Christmas holidays went by! Over the break I was able to unwind and relax with my family and friends. A few key things took place – I turned 20! (Goodbye teen years) Christmas New Year Though December can be […]

  • Muirhead Stables

    Quite literally tucked away in hill folds and villages, nestled in the Angus countryside, lies Muirhead Stables; a humble yard, where at least fifty horses graze in fields and nicker softly in stables. Jump on the 57 or 59 stagecoach bus from the bus station, trundle along the Coupar Angus Road, all the way to […]

  • Feeling Festive.

    Hey there, Welcome to a new blog post! Over the past week I have been starting to get into the festive spirit even with the dark nights and looming assignments. Last Friday I was able to attend the light switch on in Dundee. Not only was it a great evening with Christmas songs playing and […]

  • F.R.I.E.N.D.S

    Hey there, Welcome to a new blog post! It is that time of year where it’s cold, dark and stressful. Exams, essays and assignments are looming and the only thing that seems to get people through is the thought of going home for Christmas. For the past week or so I have been transfixed on […]

  • How I Spent My Reading Week: England

    I went down to Jolly Old England and played the roll of tourist! Yes, yes, I know.  I’m in Scotland so why didn’t I travel about this beautiful country on my free week?  Simple, my partner lives in England and this was my chance to officially meet the family and finally visit all those petty places […]