I’m not really one for making new year’s resolutions and that’s not what I’m going to call the things I’m about to list here. I’m describing them as ‘goals’ rather than resolutions. Why? Well, usually setting new years resolutions means forgetting all about them after a few months and going back to the way things were before. In short, it usually sets up for failure.
To me, ‘goals’ seem like a more long-term plan and something to work towards, rather than setting up for failure with new years resolutions. That’s my logic anyway and I’m sticking to it!
I think it’s important to constantly be striving to improve as a person. It’s healthy to learn new skills, improve old skills, fulfill aspirations, take positive steps towards dreams and goals and becoming a better, more rounded person as a result of it all.
Here’s what I’m working towards doing more (or less) of in 2015… Read more
2014 has been packed full of travel! I’ve visited 14 different countries and more cities, towns and other destinations than I can count.
I’ve visited new countries and new places as well as revisiting some old favourites. I’ve also done quite a lot of travelling within my home country of Scotland which has been fabulous and reminded me just how much I love this little country.
Without further ado, here’s a photographic round-up of my 2014 travel… Read more
In 2014 I’ve travelled to 14 different countries and more places than I can remember. Here’s my round up of the best travel destinations 2014 showed me…
Are you thinking of visiting the best country in the world? Here’s a few handy things to know before visiting Scotland… Read more
Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city is one of the most charming, historical and picturesque cities in the world. Fact.
It’s a city I never tire of visiting and I’m lucky that it’s only around an hour away from the village where I live in the west of Scotland so I get to visit quite often.
On my last visit to Edinburgh I decided that instead of wandering around the shops and floating from adorable cafe to even-more-adorable cafe I’d get my culture on and visit some museums and attractions. I think people often avoid museums and attractions in nearby cities to avoid looking like a tourist but if they were in a foreign city they would definitely go. Silly, I think. Read more