Hunting for Waterfalls & Scottish Sunsets
I’m a fall enthusiast; I love the fashion, I love the weather, and I love the seasonal activities. One of the greatest things about moving to Scotland is that this country seems to be stuck in a perpetual state of fall (and I’m not complaining!). Weeks ago my Facebook was flooded by posts from friends in Pittsburgh and New York City announcing the first snow and over here in Glasgow I’m finding that some days I can still get away with a light sweater and no outerwear.
Despite the weather, seasonal fall activities over here in Scotland are a bit different. While Glasgow may not have many pumpkin patches or apple orchards to explore, I have been forcing myself to get out of the city and take advantage of the stunning foliage and scenic Scottish views before winter arrives in full force.
This past weekend a few friends and I embarked on a waterfall hunt. Armed with a Scottish guide to courier us along, we drove some two hours outside of Glasgow in search of galvanized water...
The Great Scottish Run Experience
Up until yesterday I was under the impression that every person on this planet knew about three ingredient pancakes. It wasn't until one of my roommates here in Scotland had her mind "literally blown" by the concept that I even figured this recipe was worth sharing.
Disclaimer: This is not an original recipe that I take credit for in any way. In fact, I'm fairly sure every food and fitness blogger under the sun has shared it on their blog in one form or another. There are actually hundreds of variations of this recipe that include oats, chia, protein powder, and more. That being said, for the sake of any readers who may be arriving a bit late to the three ingredient pancake train, here is an explanation of how I make one of my favorite, easy breakfasts...