Hello, internet friends! People say that when you live abroad, you learn more things about yourself. One of these things I've learnt in just over two months here is that I love cooking, and can pretty much handle myself in the kitchen (so far, anyway). I find it relaxing and pretty damn satisfying, and I get … Continue reading Kelly’s Kitchen: Maltese Fish Soup (Aljotta) Recipe
There are crooks everywhere you look now. The situation is desperate. - Daphne Caruana Galizia I've been trying to write and re-write this blog post for a while now. Part of me still can't quite believe that Daphne Caruana Galizia is dead - murdered. Assassinated, to be precise. Every time I sat down to write … Continue reading The situation is desperate.
So every once in a while I take a break from being 100% sass and share a little 'outfit of the day'. Why? Because when I actually spend time putting an outfit together, it needs to be commemorated in some way. The same rule applies to when my make up is cooperating with my actual … Continue reading I wore this #2
I generally try to have lowkey Sundays. You know, sit in the sun. Have some green tea while listening to Spotify and reading Time or The Economist. But sometimes the universe conspires against you to make sure your Sunday just tests you - case in point, the following 'ad' that was printed in MaltaToday: Let's just take a minute to … Continue reading 4 Things Wrong with this Anti-Gay Marriage Ad (other than the obvious)
A while ago I wrote a short 'creative' piece and uploaded it on Medium, a story-writing and sharing platform. I had some thoughts I wanted to share about uncertainty - is it something restricted to the realms of anxiety and sleepless nights, or is it more than that? Is it something we need, as humans, to feel … Continue reading The Two Sides of Uncertainty