Coronavirus and the resulting lockdown has had a massive impact on people's lives and mental health, but there are so many little things you can do every day to help boost your mood and keep you feeling well.
Champagne Central, housed withing Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel, looks out over Glasgow Central Station, and hearkens back to the heyday of Scottish Rail Travel. An opulent and elegant setting, it has found itself on my list of favourite places to drink in Glasgow.
Walking is a great way to clear your head and gain perspective on a problem. Whenever I'm stuck on something, I always try to get outside and let the movement of my legs encourage the moment of my thoughts.
Pretty crappy mornings tend to lead to pretty crappy days, am I right? Today's crappy morning taught me a lot about myself, self-discipline, and productivity.
Podcasts are a great way to learn, and there are Podcasts out there on just about every topic under the Sun.
Glasgow is blessed with a number of really great parks and green spaces. The Botanic Gardens in Glasgow’s West End are home to a huge number of exotic plants, flowers, and historic glasshouses, and are a real example of the power of Springtime at work.
Human Beings spend over a third of lives on average in bed. Why wouldn’t you make it the most comfortable place to be?
Deciding it’s time to take the next step and move out of my parent’s home, I’ve drawn up a plan to help me save up a deposit for my first home.
Scottish castles make up so much of Scotland’s history and culture. Every castle has a story to tell of murder, intrigue or even a ceilidh or two.
My stress levels have been through the roof recently, so I took a walk to Bracklinn Falls in Callander recently, to see if moving my body would calm my soul.