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MONDAY MENTAL PROTEIN: 10 Rules for Living an Outrageously Fulfilling Life

Today I want to share with you some of the rules for living an Outrageously Fulfilling Life.  More than share, I want you to imbibe these principles and commit to living your life in glory, rather than in your shadows for far too many are sleep-walking through life.   646 more words


Friday 18th April

With Scotland having some of the most glorious monuments in the world, we as a country have every reason to celebrate International Day for Monuments and Sites. 152 more words



I have officially arrived in Scotland. I am so excited to be in an english speaking country. It’s a luxury I had taken far too advantage of before this trip.

Beyond Books And Maps

Dream come true for Aspiring artist

A gifted painter whose artistic talents lay undiscovered for years has finally found recognition with help from Somerset County Council.

Colin Powell, 56, from Bridgwater, lives independently with a few hours of weekly care provided by the County Council. 493 more words

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Scottish Claymores

What they are:

A claymore is a two handed Scottish great sword.  The origin of the name claymore comes from the Gaelic words ‘claidheamh mòr’ meaning ‘great sword.’ 353 more words


Film Of The Week #1 - Braveheart (1995)

Film Of The Week #1

If you have been following our new Facebook page you will be aware that, as one of many new and continuing features which we will be introducing over the next little while, we will be choosing an interesting film from the archives each week to explore with fresh eyes, re-evaluating its place in the annals of movie history. 1,719 more words

Film Reviews


Plaque detailing William Wallace’s mither buried in the Dunfermline Abbey kirkyard.

Wake up mither
Wake up mother
Awauken noo
Awaken now
Fae yer ain sweet rest… 138 more words

Scots Poems