If you’ve been reading my blog, you’ll know that my boyfriend is currently halfway across the world doing a summer school and travelling with his best mate basically has left me behind to deal with the horrid Scottish summer all by myself. Me? Bitter? No. Jealous? Slightly. As I mentioned in a previous post, in… Continue reading How do you trust someone living thousands of miles away?
I don’t know about you, but around where I live, there are loads of people who sit on the street and beg for money. In my experience, this is normal in most places, and, though it sounds like an awful thing to say out loud, I can never bring myself to look these people in… Continue reading Humans are beautiful.
In February I started a new job in a local restaurant and, though I don’t want to be a waitress for the rest of my life and I also do not agree with the way the place is run, I was fortunate enough to meet a great bunch of people with whom I work… Louise,… Continue reading The people you work with make all the difference.
Last week I spent a glorious few days in London with my boyfriend, before seeing him off for his trip to South America. The trip to London was a gift he bought me for my birthday… Which was presented to me in the most creative way… A GOLDEN TICKET!!! We arrived quite late on at… Continue reading Laaaaandaaaan baby!
The 22nd and 28th June were milestone days in both my boyfriend, my best friend and I’s life. WE GRADUATED! Glasgow University has given me five incredible years of my life. Not only have I learned two languages and had fabulous experiences, but I’ve also made the most incredible friends and met my boyfriend,… Continue reading Graduation
So, last month my boyfriend did me the honour of accompanying me to my graduation ball… something I was incredibly grateful and in awe of because he literally knew me and one ther person that went. My anxiety for this night began weeks in advance, but I tried to put it to the back of… Continue reading Grad Ball #2
Bags packed, car loaded, days off, no responsibilities. Going on holiday is one of the most exciting feelings in the world. Unless all you can think about is what you’ll be eating and the lack of gym over the next four days. It sounds so silly written down… even when I say it out loud… Continue reading The realities of holidaying with an eating disorder.