the north east of scotland.

I spent the last three weeks working up in aberdeen, I spent a lot of time travelling up by train early mornings or late at night.

scotland is an incredibly beautiful place to live in, over a short few hours you can see so much. it was great to get back up to aberdeen and revisit an old but familiar place.

keep looking good scotland, you big old beautiful babe.



the town I moved to when I was nine years old. a town where I spent most of my life and experienced so many things.

I don’t feel any connection to it. my family still live there and I think of them often, but when I’m gone I don’t miss that town at all.

I went out to airdrie earlier this week to see my dad and his family - his new wife, his new son, my grandparents and my uncle.

It’s been a weird week.


I’m not ready for this summer to be over. it’s been a real busy few months and every day seems to be different than the last.

I really feel like an adult now, which is such a surreal thought. when I was younger I couldn’t even imagine what I’d be like in my twenties, and now I’m twenty seven.

I took a walk around Glasgow tonight and I know I’ll miss it when I move through to Edinburgh, but hopefully this move will help me learn a little more about who I’ve grown up to be.

so here’s to new adventures and growing up.


my three sort of sisters

these girls are such a hugely influential part of my life, I don’t think I would be half the person I am without their friendship.

ally is already halfway around the world in Australia, and I’ll be moving to Edinburgh soon leaving laura & rachel behind in glasgow.

thankfully I know no matter how far apart we all are - they are always close by.