Author Archives: KatieStalkerTalks


  The weekend before my 25th birthday – which was on the Monday – I had a picnic on the Sunday with all my Friends. It was super nice, I spent £50 on snacks and I drank myself into an absolutely gorgeous state. A lot of people had work but oh no, not me, I […]


I’ve turned into that person where you see someone you haven’t seen for a while and they say to their friends “this is Katie, she is STILL single despite being amazing, she has the BEST, most magical dating tales!” Except, they don’t say it like that and it’s more like “hahaha her dating life is […]

Red, Red Wine

I wrote this in December 2015 and never hit ‘Publish’. So I’ve hit it now. Enjoy! December is a funny time of year. You feel like the entire population breathes a collective sigh of relief; the year is over, the next year is about to begin, you can drink with complete, reckless abandon and stuff […]


A very belated Merry Christmas/Happy New Year from me to you. Truth be told, I didn’t post before now because ever since January I’ve been victim to the classic January Blues. Until this year, I’d never really experienced them like this. It has genuinely felt miserable. It’s included a few bouts of (sober) public crying, one […]


A few weekends ago, I went to Berlin. I’ve always said that I’m not that interested in going. “Berlin?….nah” was often my response – and I don’t know why. Because I flew back to London hating the fact that I was leaving and when I got back to work on Tuesday they asked me how […]


For those who don’t know: I’m addicted to porridge. It has slowly but surely become the 2015 symbol of health and morning energy, even though the human race has been extolling it’s benefits since Time Began. I loved it when it was fed to me as a baby, I loved it when I discovered Ready Brek even though I […]

The Mastee Becomes The Master

It’s not easy to sit here and write these words, but: I have always been a giver upper. I’ve started this sentence and erased it a few times and spent a few weeks coming back to it and leaving again. At school I had dalliances with the violin (one lesson), the guitar (several lessons but […]