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.
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.
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'.
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'.
A year between now and University. It seems like an awful long time, but I have goals to hit. Confirming my choice, continuing with studies, continuing with therapy and all the 'fun' things in between.