Lady’s New Site

Happy new year! Did you make any new year’s resolutions? I never have much luck sticking with mine, so I make year-end resolutions in December instead. With a tight deadline of New Year’s Eve, I find it easier to focus on getting things done. This time around my resolution was to build a new website dedicated to my consulting and freelance work. Here’s the finished product:

Julie Falconer


Lady’s New Years Eve in San Francisco

Happy new year! I hope you had a great time ringing in the new year wherever you are in the world. I happen to be in California, and despite having grown up here, I discovered something new this year while spending New Year’s Eve in San Francisco: it happens really late. No, not as in “it happens at midnight”. As in, nearly everyone else in the world rings in the new year before California does. It’s strange.

New Year's Eve Fireworks


Lady in the New San Francisco

I know San Francisco. We’re old friends, and we go so far back I can’t even remember. But ever since I moved to London, I have found the city increasingly changed. At first the alterations were gradual, but now every time I return, the city’s face looks even more different. This trip is no exception, and I find myself discovering all kinds of new restaurants and sightseeing attractions in San Francisco.

Sculpture Outside the Exploratorium in San Francisco


Lady’s British Christmas Recipes

There are no plums in plum pudding. In fact, it’s not even really a pudding (by American standards, anyway). No, it’s basically a fruitcake. But this is no ordinary fruitcake; it’s my Glaswegian grandmother’s fruitcake, and my family makes it every Christmas. And that’s not the only British recipe we make this time of year. Here are a few of the best ones…

British Christmas Pudding