In the wake of TV presenter Caroline Flack’s tragic death, Catherine McMaster explores the ethics of tabloid journalism
Journalist Catherine McMaster poses the question to the city of London: why isn’t there a work/life balance?
Catherine McMaster navigates the turbulent environment and expectations of being a woman in her 20s
Projecting an alternate reality and veneer is not a new phenomenon, and it cannot be completely attributed to social media
As a seasonal traveller, Catherine McMaster has always been driven by an intrinsic desire to experience new places and see the world. But, what happens when things start to go wrong?
Hypothyroidism is a far more common illness than one may think. Catherine McMaster conveys her struggle with the lifelong disease
Wellness is a trend and term I try not to attach myself too. It’s too vague, too rinsed in the media, too much of a buzzword, too catchy, too expensive, too…. well, vapid.
The medicinal qualities of walking are well documented. A cursory glance over any classic reading material will tell you such, but as we soldier into 2020 is the concept of a ‘long walk’ suddenly passé?
Babbo Natale* is not seated in an eccentric grotto. He’s not surrounded by glorious, svelte elves handing out candy. He’s not fat or loveably pudgy. He doesn’t even bellow ‘ho ho ho’.
I am sitting at the watered won British-Lebanese chain restaurant Comptoir Libanais. It’s one of the better chain restaurants that Britons favour, as it actually has some individuality flavour.