On 3 March 2017 at around 7.10 a.m., a very sleepy me opened her inbox to discover she had received … More
Everything I’ve ever written that has been vaguely… not awful has been rattled out whilst sprawled on the kitchen floor, … More
It has been two months since then, but I can still feel my cold hands.
While on student exchange at the University of Sydney, I started working at the University call centre as a student … More
It was almost exactly a year ago today that I found out that I was going to be a columnist … More
A brief history of Glasgow in 8 columns, part 8: Home.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been obsessed with control. At nursery, I’d spend ages tidying up, making … More
A brief history of Glasgow in 8 columns, part 7: A Protest.
For my last blog, I’m going to talk about something as old as the internet itself; something that, despite existing in … More
An inevitable part of living with Asperger’s syndrome is having to endure people’s ignorant questions and remarks. Even if these … More