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Harder now that it’s over: An open letter to Ryan Adams - Dear Ryan, I’m not in the habit of writing open letters to famous singer-songwriters who will never read them. But I’ve been feeling so angry, and disappointed, today. Actually, disappointed … Continue Reading Harder now that it’s over: An open letter to Ryan Adams
The seven deadly sins of online dating - Here’s a little something I wrote for the Western Mail magazine on the seven deadly sins of online dating. Thanks to all my equally permanently perturbed female friends who chipped … Continue Reading The seven deadly sins of online dating
On breaking up with my phone… - It’s the longest relationship I’ve ever had. Whether it’s been a healthy relationship is another thing. But my iPhone has been a prominent feature of my life for 10 years … Continue Reading On breaking up with my phone…
Yay Paree: Or how I fell in love with the city of lights… - “You must REALLY love Paris to keep coming here alone”. So says Pierre (what else would he be called?), sat next to me on the Cardiff – Charles De Gaulle … Continue Reading Yay Paree: Or how I fell in love with the city of lights…
It’s official. We live in a “post-truth” era. - I’m sad to say that public relations has had a part to play in creating this mess. While the industry has taken positive steps to embrace transparency, we can’t pretend we’re not part of the problem.
On Trump - “Nobody respects women more than me” he said in the first Presidential Debate.
Review: Michael Kiwanuka, Tramshed, Cardiff – 17.10.2016 - It’s a treat to watch an act of this stature in this great venue, but I doubt we’ll see him back here again, as bigger things surely beckon.
Things I learned at Oktoberfest - Thinking of joining the seven million tourists who head to Munich during Oktoberfest? Not even sure what Oktoberfest IS? Look no further. Check out my top tips and insights into … Continue Reading Things I learned at Oktoberfest
Wales, France and a little man inspired to dare to dream - I told James, 9, very categorically months ago that we were definitely NOT going to France for the Euros. No way. He begged and pleaded and I trotted out all … Continue Reading Wales, France and a little man inspired to dare to dream
Ramblings on a post-Brexit hangover and breaking up with a lover - Dear “Great” Britain, I write this on the Eurostar from Paris, after an unforgettable trip watching Wales get through to the quarter-finals of the Euro 2016 tournament. It felt like … Continue Reading Ramblings on a post-Brexit hangover and breaking up with a lover

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