"I've just got new software for my phone and my emails aren't coming through," says Cat Cubie, weather presenter, broadcaster, socialite, and in her own words, "girl about town."
When you are as busy as Cat, a lack of emails represents a formidable obstacle.
"It's not good," she says, "I want them immediately."
How come she's so busy?
She lists a string of big events, from presenting live TV at big sporting gigs in Glasgow, to checking out Rod Stewart at the Hydro, to hosting major charity bashes.
"It's been a crazy busy year," she says.
"I've been involved with Glasgow Life, getting ready for the Commonwealth Games. We had the UCI Junior Track Cycling Championships, at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, and the World Youth Netball championships. I was presenting at both of those, and doing shows for Eurosport and Sky.
"Glasgow has such an amazing vibe and the Velodrome... what a venue.
"I was down at London Fashion Week, which was awesome, plus I was the voice of Virgin Media for their TV adverts."
And now Cat has joined the Evening Times to write a regular Friday online column, Cat's Eyes on Glasgow, where the weather woman turned night owl promises to lift the lid on going out in this city.
Can we expect a storm?
Cat says: "I'm a bit of a girl about town, I go to a lot of events and I'm lucky enough to get invited to cool things.
"I moved back to Scotland from London two and a half years ago, I hadn't lived in Glasgow before, so I didn't know what to expect, but it's just such a fantastic city.
"It's one of the top 10 sporting cities in the world, that's incredible, after London it has the most live shows to go and see every day.
"Those are amazing statistics, and I love exploring that and I want to share that with people.
"It's such a vibrant city, with such diverse things going on. Whatever your cup of tea, you can find it. Lots of little pockets of places you've maybe not discovered yet.
"Hopefully, we'll be unearthing a few hidden gems, and a bit of gossip too.
"There will be a range of categories, food, bars, fashions, which I'll do wee chunks on, whatever has been happening."
Cat, who once wrote her own blog, says: "When I'm not in front of the camera, I'm probably at my happiest eating chips."
But this is the Evening Times, we have a cake club. The obvious question is cake or chips?
She pauses. "That's a hard one."
If Cat were invited to join the Evening Times cake club, what would she make?
Celebrity experience comes to the rescue: "Actually, a chap I met who's in Waterloo Road told me about a cake that he made, a chocolate and Guinness cake. That sounds amazing.
"I've been wanting an opportunity to make that ... but I really like chips though. Maybe chips then cake."