As our charming yet construction-ridden slice of the Mediterranean is dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century (barely), atheists in Malta feel that they can be more open about their views, both online and in their day-to-day lives.
It was summer, and I was sitting down in my characteristically ungraceful way, when I suddenly felt a sense of absolute horror at the way my thighs filled the seat when I sat down.
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?
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.
In an effort to find out what a non-student, post-dissertation Kelly might be, I've taken up a few hobbies...
I feel like it's the last checkpoint on the border between student life and 'real' life, between who I am and who I'm going to be.