I genuinely do not know where 2014 is going; June is more than half over, and that means we're already halfway through the year. It also means that it's now been more than six months since Stacey and I
Back in 2009-ish, when I was a student at St Andrews, I was elected into a Position of Responsibility - note the capitals! I joined the Societies Committee of the Students' Association - otherwise known
A couple of weekends ago, I spent a Sunday afternoon with one of my best friends. I'm lucky that my move back to St Andrews has been cushioned by a few very good friends, who have dragged me out to have
As I mentioned a few weeks ago, Stacey and I broke up in December. A while after this, once things had settled down and I had moved into a new flat in St Andrews, a few friends of mine started trying to
One of my big changes this year has been how I've moved from Edinburgh back to St Andrews. Whilst it's been a mostly smooth transition, there are a few things I'd forgotten about living in this little
Dear Ellen Page
Being single this Valentine's Day, I didn't hope for much. A good day at work. Reheated leftovers for dinner. A phone call with my mum. I certainly didn't expect to go to bed and wake
I can remember exactly when I first fell in love with the sweet, quirky music of Taylor Swift. I found out about the young American singer-songwriter the same way I found out about Twilight - on Facebook.
They say that every end is also a beginning, that every cloud has a silver lining, that when every door closes another one opens. I am wholeheartedly subscribing to this belief right now.
A couple of weeks ago, Stacey and I attended the wedding of a friend of mine from my childhood. D and I went to primary school together, our little brothers were best friends and after they moved away
A while ago, Stacey and I wrote about how 2013 was going to be the year that we saved up all of our money and put it towards a house deposit. Well, a number of things – including a holiday to Lanzarote, a new camera, a birthday trip to Dublin (which I swear I will blog about soon!) and an invitation to spend this thanksgiving with some wonderful friends in the USA – have mostly put our saving plans on hold. But that has not stopped me from thinking and dreaming (and pinning!) about our dream house. Continue ReadingCarley
Stacey and I have now lived together for three years. Technically, it's three years and one day today since we moved to Edinburgh together, in a little flat about 300 meters from where we live now, and