THE WHO, THE WHAT AND THE WHY
For those of you living in Scotland, I hope you find Byte Size Scotland a great way of hearing about what’s going on in this amazing country, the interesting places you can visit, the variety of things you can do and the wonderful people you can meet along the way.
For those of you who don’t live in Scotland, you’ll see what you’re missing!
My aim with Byte Size Scotland’s is to celebrate Scotland as a contemporary, diverse and culturally vibrant country, a country that is as exciting to live in as it is to visit.
Byte Size Scotland’s focus is on contemporary life in Scotland, the vibrant arts & culture, music, lifestyle & fashion scenes. My blog also includes interesting places to stay as well as interviews with some of our home grown talent. Through Byte Size Scotland I want to share and showcase Scotland’s talent so if you’re interested in an alternative, quirky and stylish Scotland then I hope you enjoy Byte Size Scotland.
If you have anything that you want to share, please do, I’d love to hear from you.
If you would like to be featured in Byte Size Scotland, please email Susan Mulholland at firstname.lastname@example.org
My aim is to promote what I like rather than criticise what I don’t. If I don’t think something suits the model of Byte Size Scotland I won’t criticise it but that’s because I won’t have included it in the first place. On the other hand, just because it isn’t included doesn’t mean I don’t like it……………there’s a lot goes on in this little country!
In the spirit of transparency, I may from time to time feature the work of my husband, Scottish sculptor and installation artist Rob Mulholland, less so because he is my husband, more so because I happen to think he’s a darn fine artist.
If you wish to use any information from my blog I would be grateful if you provide a credit and a link.
I try to use my own photographs as much as possible but in instances where I can’t I always ask permission and/or provide links, cite sources, credit inspiration.
Disagreement with my ideas is fine, as long as it is delivered with respect. I do moderate comments, but only to ensure they’re not spam.
This blog is written and edited by Susan Mulholland at Byte Size Scotland, with occasional guest posts from writers I respect.
Thank you for taking the time to visit Byte Size Scotland! I hope you enjoy my blog.