When I was eight, I got a typewriter for my birthday.
We scrapped our car this week, Mr Marr and me. It failed its MOT (again) and we had reached that point of it being foolish to spend any more.
Does it feel like it’s almost over? South of the border restrictions will be almost non-existent from Monday, and Scotland could follow soon.
It’s easy to have an opinion about Jeremy Clarkson; he’s been part of our lives and making a fortune from it for the past 35 years.
We’re not likely to see the Pride of ScotRail train north of the central belt because it’s electric, so would run out of juice around Stirling.
It’s never a good idea to compare ourselves to others.
Nicky reflects on how lucky we are to live in this part of the world.
"There’s an exercise I offer to coaching clients who are struggling to work out their next steps in life; I suggest that they draft their own eulogy."
Nicky Marr shares reactions to last week's column surrounding plans to redevelop Inverness.
Nicky Marr says Inverness needs confidence, ambition and to think BIG.
Let’s be honest, suicide is not an easy topic.
Andy Wightman has earned Nicky's vote in the forthcoming election.
Nicky looks forward to more motorhome holidays - when restrictions allow.
Nicky discusses the struggles of coping with lockdown.
When it comes to both cars and cyclists on the road, Nicky says "We urgently need a full-on education campaign."
Nicky Marr hasn't yet made up her mind on which way she will vote in the upcoming election.
Nicky Marr shares what she's looking forward to as we move out of lockdown.
As we approach the anniversary of the country entering lockdown, it’s as good a time as any to reflect on the past year.
If you’ve not yet watched BBC Alba’s hour-long documentary about Charles Kennedy, can I suggest you add it to your TV watch-list?