When I moved to Glasgow in 2010, several people told me to be careful not to get stabbed. Saying as I come from Northern Ireland, it is now hilarious to me that people from home thought that I would be in more danger over here. Glasgow has often been slapped with a bad reputation: if… Continue reading An Ode to Glasgow
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child came out this week and on the back of the hardback cover the book proclaims itself, ‘The Eighth Story. Nineteen Years Later.’ Sorry, but it’s not. Now I am a MASSIVE Harry Potter fan. I remember my parents reading the first book to me and I remember reading Chamber… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: The Eighth Story?
Because sometimes it feels like there aren’t many positives to getting old. I have a tendency to romanticise my younger years; dreaming of a life free of responsiblity, filled with sunny summer days and S Club 7. However upon reflection, the realities of being 18 and leaving home for the first time were not so… Continue reading Positive things about being in my mid-20s