David and the ‘Outlaw King’

You know what it’s like, you’ve got a bit of a twinge and the only thing for it is a visit to the Physio. David Jenkins is the founder of Sports Therapy Scotland in Glasgow and Stirling. He isn’t your average physio, not only has a long list of qualifications after his name, but he’s…

So you want to be a Funeral Director…?

I have lots of friends, who do lots of different jobs, but then there’s my friend Christina Mellin who is a Funeral Director, a kindof unusual job … Why I didn’t want to work in an office, I wanted to be doing something, not stuck at a desk. I applied and applied for a job…

Glasgow and Toshie 150 years

It’s a 150 years ago since Glasgow’s most famous architect was born – Charles Rennie Mackintosh, aka Toshie, aka CRM, and the city is celebrating his life and work with a year-long series of events. The biggie is the one at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Whether it’s Mackintosh or Mockintosh, you won’t be…

Connie McLaughlin Interview

If you love your footie, it’s more than likely you’ll have heard of Connie McLaughlin on the radio or the telly commentating on a game. But no that’s not enough for the already super successful Connie – she’s started a new business called Inner Buzz which is a behavioural consultancy with a vision to deliver…

Angela Proctor Interview

If you love witches and pixies, the books of Glasgow based children’s author Angela Proctor are perfect for you. So far, she’s written three books about Thumble Tumble, a magical witch on Arran, so where did the idea to write the books come from? I lost my mum to cancer in August 2014. Even though I…

Paul Thomas Bell Interview

Paul you had a few jobs before becoming a blogger, was it a plan, couldn’t think of anything else or did you just fall into it accidentally? The first thing I ever wanted to be was a sports journalist, but a certain age was strongly warned off pursuing journalism due to the state of the industry.…