Why we love to write about our lives less ordinary – and won’t stop

Scheenagh Harrington looks at why, despite criticism from commentors, writing about everyday life for the internet is no bad thing. Tuesday, January 14, 2014, was something of a red letter day, as James had an article posted on The Guardian US and UK websites. If you’ll forgive the shameless self-promotion, you can find it here. […]

Why it’s been an interesting weekend for parents…

Scheenagh Harrington lets fly about selfish supermarket trolley users and why Pope Francis is an unlikely hero for breastfeeding mums Supermarket trolleys aren’t normally items that inspire passion (apart from those dodgy ones that track to the left), but last weekend I almost lost the plot over one. In my home town, one of the […]

Get your facts straight

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a sloppily and carelessly dashed-off article, blog post, social media message, email, memo, or mission statement will go viral faster than the Twitterati can type OMG. Take The Daily Mail’s web review of the New Year’s Day episode of eagerly awaited BBC drama Sherlock, which was published a […]