Don’t stop believing

When I was about 22 years old I prayed for something to happen in Dundee that would change the world. Fast forward fourteen years, and it did. Story time. I’ve lived in Dundee since I was five years old – my mum relocated the two of us from just outside… View Post

Getting braces, ten months on

It’s now been ten months since I had braces fitted. How does it feel after 250 days of wearing metal fixtures on every tooth? Aside from the shredded cheeks, erupting ulcers, aching gums and headaches (and the ghastly yellow rubber band they threw in for good measure eight weeks ago)… View Post

Lunchtime yoga with ParkLives

Staying active while pregnant is really important. For me personally, I like to keep as fit as possible purely to increase my confidence when it comes to actually being in labour but also for making the recovery process as smooth as can be expected. However, being active is easier said… View Post

Another miracle

Another miracle is on its way, due to arrive sometime early November. It seems that our first little miracle has paved the way for the second – after such an emotional and draining journey to have Nathan, we’ve found ourselves on another rollercoaster, albeit somewhat unexpectedly. Who would have thought… View Post

An afternoon in Dundee’s cultural hub

Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee Dundee Contemporary Arts is firmly established as the centre point of Dundee’s cultural scene. A building that houses a bar, restaurant, galleries and cinemas, a shop, and workshop studios is bound to attract a loyal customer base in any city, but even more so when said… View Post