As promised I'm writing about my second trip to The Larder. Read my last post here. I had booked to go back with my friend Tracey who had been with me last month. It was a Friday night, so we had anticipated a couple of glasses of wine and a good natter after a hard … Continue reading Take two! The Larder
It's no secret that I love to entertain family and friends. When we bought our house, coming up for three years in July, I knew there was enough space for a fabulous dining room. I wanted to create a restaurant dining room in my home. Quality furniture, decor, cutlery and crockery, plus all the details … Continue reading My pick of stylish and affordable dining sets
Glasgow’s west end is the city’s new shopping destination as city life gets congested
The search is on for an intern to work with me this summer. Some exciting and hands-on experience awaits the right candidate!
My husband invited me for lunch on Saturday after he'd been in town shopping He called to see where I was at, as I had been dog walking with a friend in the morning. I had already been home and had a shower to recover from the downpour we got caught in. I was soaked … Continue reading Chelsea Market – review
Turnip & Enjoy is always a place I've meant to dine at but until yesterday I've just driven past and forgotten about it. My friend Victoria is back from her 20 year stint in London and has left PR to go back into hospitality. We share many views and thoughts about food, restaurants and the … Continue reading I turniped and enjoyed!
The Larder Bearsden review I moved to Bearsden, Glasgow, over two and a half years ago and I've always loved 'going local'. Buying local, shopping local and eating out local! I was invited to go along to the launch of a new menu at The Larder in Bearsden on Sunday. My friend Tracey was also … Continue reading Going local in Bearsden
For nearly a year, I've appeared on STV Glasgow's Live at Five programme, talking about what's caught my eye in the news. There's always a female and male guest and we are generally from a PR/media background. I've been on with a good few other guests, but they tend to match the guests similarly each … Continue reading What it’s like being on television
Mother's Day gifts can be pretty generic, or you can choose to be different! "It's the thought that counts" really is true. Putting thought into a gift means more to the recipient. Here are my top choices for Mother's Day gifts this year. I've tried to pick things I love and know, and something to … Continue reading Mother’s Day gift guide
It's International Women's Day The theme this year is Be Bold for Change. You can follow the hashtag and see what people are up to. Last year on International Women's Day (IWD) I wrote a post on Pledge for Parity, helping women and girls achieve their ambitions. Since then, I've mentored a friend who has … Continue reading Be Bold for Change