Again this is slightly on the late side so sorry about that but this is a round up of what I’ve been listening to recently 🙂 I have to admit that over the past month I’ve been listening to slightly less music. I’m not really sure why that is but it might be to do… Continue reading July Music Favourites!
Spoilers ahead. I struggle to know where to begin when trying to write a review of this film. The 1994 Frank Darabont film has gone down in history as a classic, despite initially not making as much money as some other films of the same year (Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump etc). This film is now… Continue reading Film Review: The Shawshank Redemption
I’ve wanted to read The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath for so many years now. Ever since I studied Plath’s poetry in Advanced Higher English when I was 17 this book has been on my list. I just never got around to it… I think anyone who reads can relate to the feeling of having… Continue reading Book Review: The Bell Jar
I know it’s late and it’s already pretty much halfway through July but I’m here and ready to deliver my music favourites! Early this month I was at TRNSMT festival (another post on that soon) which was a festival in Glasgow taking place over three days and hosting a LOT of awesome bands. SO what… Continue reading June Music Favourites!
As voting day is pretty much upon us now I thought I’d write a little post about my dilemma/frustration about this particular election. Firstly, I’d like to quickly mention that the featured image for this post (also below) was conceived and expertly drawn by a friend from my hometown – Calum A.B. McMillan. He’s been… Continue reading My Dilemma about the 2017 General Election
I haven’t really ever done a monthly favourites post and I feel like that’s because I don’t want to commit to doing them. I don’t really have enough money to have new favourite makeup items every month and I’m massively a creature of habit. When I put my makeup on I generally reach for the… Continue reading May Music Favourites!
The title of this post is probably a slight misrepresentation of what I’m going to talk about today. I’ve recently read 2 different, unrelated books about/set in Glasgow. One was written in 1992, Poor Things by Alasdair Gray (Click here!), and one in 2011, This Road is Red by Alison Irvine (Click here!). So when I say… Continue reading Books about Glasgow: Past and Present