Say hello to a brand new series of blog posts – Lists of Love. Every month I’ll be posting a little round-up of my personal favourites.
Happy Monday everyone! Here’s my first ever article for SiGMA Magazine, written in collaboration with Fibonacci Marketing, a fast-growing digital marketing agency based in Malta. Celebratory tea anyone?
As a woman decidedly set on a mission to travel as much of the world as possible, it is without shame or shyness that I present yet another Arguably Abroad post. Ready? Great.
Over the last year or so I’ve probably written and re-written and deleted this post a dozen times; maybe that’s because I know the whole subject of being alone versus loneliness is quite a sensitive one to many.
It’s dangerously easy, I find, to get too comfortable; to become lazy and almost forget that just beyond our little trio of islands is a whole world to explore and a wealth of memories to be made.
I wouldn’t call myself a TV junkie (though others may disagree) – I just really love stories and their telling across different media.
A few weeks ago I blogged about Books I Bought in Italy, mentioning that I’d review at least one of the books eventually. I decided to start off with Carlo Rovelli’s Seven Brief Lessons on Physics – a short but immensely satisfying read with a beautiful cover to boot.
A part of me feels like I should feel at least a little bit naughty about going on yet another adventure less than a month after getting back from Italy.
A couple of blog posts ago, I mentioned the possibility of a future post where I’d put together an outfit using some of the pieces I bought in Italy. This is that post.
Anyone who knows me knows I’m utterly obsessed with Bethesda’s Fallout series. It’s gotten to the point where someone sees the word ‘radiation’ and immediately thinks about me – hows that for life goals?