Graduating from Uni and Future Plans // GABIABI

Last month, I graduated from the University of Stirling with a first class BA (Hons) degree in English Studies. My time at university has truly been enlightening, challenging and fun. Living away from home has taught me a lot about responsibility and how to fend for myself. I have also made friends with some amazing… Continue reading Graduating from Uni and Future Plans // GABIABI

Nine Words that I Always Miss Spell

In June, I am set to graduate with a BA (Hons) degree in English Studies. As such, it would be fair to assume that I am amazing at spelling. In truth, I am terrible at spelling. Quite hideous actually. I blame myself mostly, but, to make myself feel better, I also blame computer spell checkers. Sometimes… Continue reading Nine Words that I Always Miss Spell

The Adverb Conundrum

As it turns out, there are a whole bunch of writers on the internet getting their knickers in a twist about adverbs. It’s both amusing and informative (one of my favourite combos). I’m going to put my hands up and say that I am not very good with grammar. So naturally, I've written an entire… Continue reading The Adverb Conundrum

Magnetic Poetry 1 // Life and Art

Hello everybody. I have decided to start a new series called 'Magnetic Poetry' which will involve me trying to write a poem using the magnets on my fridge. I hope you guys enjoy what I come up with. Here it goes... Life and Art We are d u s t moulded into dry CONCRETE, chiseled… Continue reading Magnetic Poetry 1 // Life and Art

Poetry Throwback: ‘In The Play Park’

This is a series in which I look back at some of the poetry I wrote when I was a teenager. Most of it is not good. Some of it is, in fact, terrible. However, I thought it would be fun to document these poems so that they don't go entirely to waste.  In The… Continue reading Poetry Throwback: ‘In The Play Park’