Tuesday, 7.30pm, logging on to twitter. I’m leaving work, passing elegant Georgian houses-turned-offices, cutting through leafy squares full of exhausted suits, smiling when I run into someone with a friendly dog that doesn’t care that it’s London and talking to strangers just isn’t the done thing. There’s something about that time of the day: the shackles … Continue reading No Taboo, No Problem: Writing about Controversial Topics
Collectivity and collaboration have fast become the default mode of the 21st century, but what do we prefer? The blogger? The vlogger? Let's have a look.
So You Ran a Half Marathon I'm Half Impressed As a wee little child, my not-so-kindly sports teachers knew that I hated cross country. All the signs were there: I would dawdle, drag my feet, pretend anything to escape the horrors of lapping the same two fields a gazzillion times. And anything literally means anything. I … Continue reading Run, Forest, Run!
Right before I went to America to study abroad, I went down to Poole for the weekend. The result was the beginnings of The Scribble Bug (found on blogspot) Welcome to my world.