Over the past few weeks, I've been quiet on the blog side of writing, as I've just been super busy. Articles, podcasts, a new job and a pending gig in radio - I'm trying not to jinx. Today I want to talk about progress, something I find difficult to acknowledge.
TW: Today, I want to talk about the horrific death of Sarah Everard and the movement to making women safe. There is mention of sexual violence, death and domestic abuse in this article.
The Coronavirus Pandemic has highlighted issues and food poverty is one of them. I spoke to a Doncaster based Foodbank and a local parent, using the 'Free School Meal' system, to hear their thoughts on the matter.
How do 'delicious and warm buttermilk pancakes' sound to you? Also finished with fresh fruit and maple syrup, this plate is available to you all year round...
For Valentine's Day 2021, I don't want to feel loved by anyone other than myself. Here's some top tips on how to practice self-love.
I took to social media to see how consumers of news are responding to the media. Results showed that 100% of people learn more from statistics than sensitive, human interest pieces. One individual added, 'At this rate [stories] should be harsher'.
Allowing yourself to 'forget' will not fix the problem. From experience, this pitfall is endless. I'll transcribe that interview later, turns out to dropping the piece altogether. You NEED to keep yourself accountable for your own future...
...There isn't a step-by-step book on success. Trial, error and flexibiliby is important. As we saw in 2020, life is vast and unpredictable and that continues.
Christmas Week; You brought us surpises- unforgiven - and stunted our festive traditions. However, you won't knock us down forever. We are strong and will forge new traditions, find atleast one moment to smile and come together with our loved ones, via video-link...
New Tier-4 restrictions to be enforced to high-risk areas across England. PM, Boris Johnson announced the news today, 19 December, 16:10 (GMT). It has been a decision, made after critical findings that the new 'strain' of Covid-19 has 'up to a 70% higher transmission rate'.