503, 2018

March Reads: Books I’m Taking on Holiday

By |March 5th, 2018|Life|1 Comment

It’s now just over a week until I head off to Bulgaria on my first ever ski holiday! I’m totally excited and am getting everything organised for the trip.

One thing I always make sure to take on holiday with me is my trusty Kindle. I’m a total bookworm and love to get lost in a book at any time. Reading […]

103, 2018

Monthly Round-Up: February Edition

By |March 1st, 2018|Life|0 Comments

What’s been happening in February? 
February has been a bit of a hectic month. Three members of Thomas’ family have all been in the hospital (with unrelated illnesses) at some point over the course of the month. This has meant plenty visits to hospitals etc.

Aside from that, we made it to another ice hockey match (Braehead Clan fans!) with a bunch […]

2602, 2018

Thoughts Before My First Ski Trip

By |February 26th, 2018|Life|2 Comments

It’s now just two weeks until my first ever ski trip! I’m excited, nervous and a bit unsure of what exactly it’s going to be like.

We’re heading to Pamporovo in Bulgaria, one of the southernmost ski resorts in Europe. I haven’t been to Bulgaria before so visiting this new country is something I’m really looking forward to.

The only other wintery […]

1402, 2018

The Places I Love The Most

By |February 14th, 2018|Life|0 Comments

Happy Valentines Day!

Whether you celebrate Valentines Day or not, or if you’re single or taken, I hope you’re having a really great day.

I’m not a huge fan of all the mushy, showy, over-the-top stuff that goes with Valentines Day, so today I decided simply to write about the places I love. A little love letter to the places that mean most […]

802, 2018

Simple Things That Keep Me Motivated Working From Home

By |February 8th, 2018|Life|1 Comment

In my opinion, working from home is one of the very best things about being a freelancer. I work for myself so I choose to work from my home office. Sure, there are times when I feel lonely, but the good outweighs the bad by far. I love my home office space and for the most part I genuinely enjoy […]

102, 2018

Monthly Round-Up: January Edition

By |February 1st, 2018|Life|0 Comments

What’s been happening in January? 
I didn’t have too many plans for January but it turned out to be an AMAZINGLY good month!

I welcomed in 2018 at a little gathering at a friends house and then spent New Years Day with my family. It was such a fun and chilled way to bring in 2018, a year that I’m sure is […]

2501, 2018

Why Freelancing Can Be Lonely

By |January 25th, 2018|Life|1 Comment

For the most part, I absolutely adore being self-employed. I love making my own hours, working when I want to, only doing projects that interest me and just generally being in charge of my own life. It’s freeing, it’s exciting and it’s totally rewarding. But, freelancing is lonely and that’s one of the major downsides.

I write this blog and alongside […]

1801, 2018

2018 Life Goals

By |January 18th, 2018|Life|4 Comments

I’m not a huge one for making resolutions for a New Year, but I do like setting goals for the year ahead. The burst of productivity and feeling of anticipation and excitement at what the year ahead can hold is always something I enjoy.

For 2018 I’ve set myself some travel goals and some life goals. If you’d like to read […]

1501, 2018

2018 Travel Goals (Big & Small!)

By |January 15th, 2018|Life|4 Comments

I don’t know about you guys but I’m still riding the wave of freshness that comes with a shiny new year. I’m feeling productive, positive and ready to plan lots of things for the year ahead.

Planning for 2018 includes setting work goals, personal goals and, of course, travel goals. And, let’s be honest, travel goals are definitely the most fun […]

1101, 2018

Why January is The Best Time to Book Travel

By |January 11th, 2018|Life, Travel Tips|1 Comment

January. Oh, January.

For many people, January is the worst month of the year. Christmas – and all the fun that goes with it – is well and truly over and you crash back to reality with a bang. Back to work, back to routine and back to the monotony of everyday life. It’s cold outside, it’s oppressively dark and your […]