Linking up with Ashley and Neely
1. What is your favorite magazine to read?
You'd think with my attention span that magazines would be my ideal read, but I really don't read them much. I'm too old for Cosmopolitan, not interested enough in celebrities for Hello! or OK... I don't mind Good Housekeeping (but it's odd to read the same magazine as my Mother and Mother-in-Law). There doesn't seem to be a woman's magazine for the demographic I'm in and the country I live in!
2. What is the best thing you’ve seen online lately?
I spend a lot of my time online on Twitter (and to a lesser extent Facebook). I have so many articles in Pocket and my email waiting to be read it is shameful (really shameful). It is probably a video with cats in I should think!
3. What is your favorite celebrity to follow on Instagram or Twitter?
I don't. I am not a celebrity person. I'd rather see things from people I know or have met online. People who might actually have a conversation with me. I am not in the least interested in the doings of somebody who is famous for fifteen minutes for whatever TV show I didn't watch or single I never heard. The closest I come is the author Tom Cox (brilliant trilogy of books about his life with his cats). He has two excellent Twitter accounts
Not really. I wear the same clothes to work or at home - it just depends on the weather. I stopped really buying clothes for any reason other than I needed the when I was in my mid-twenties. Having said all that I am excessively fond of quite a lot of my scarves and jackets - but that can't count as whatever the season as they can't be worn in summer!
5. Do you prefer email or snail mail?
Snail Mail all the way. I love to receive letters and cards (especially from the small children I know!) - and a dialogue is much more likely that way! I spend all my day at work with computers... and as I only work three days at week it is really intense. Whilst I spend a lot of time with Twitter and Facebook I really get email overload. I take time to reply to emails unless they seem massively urgent - and that is assuming I have actually read them.