Day 89 Bipolar Day

Bipolar is a severe mental disorder that affects a person's mood; it can cause a major swing in mood, feelings, actions and energy, with possible episodes of mania or depression. It can affect anyone but usually develops before a person reaches 20 years of age, however can still develop before the age of 40 but… Continue reading Day 89 Bipolar Day

Day 86 Experience A Different Culture

According to World Meters World Population Clock there are about 7.9 Billion people on the world. All of these people are part of a culture, which may be the same as yours or mine, they might have similarities or they may be completely different. Cultures can vary across countries, cities, villages and even within groups… Continue reading Day 86 Experience A Different Culture

Day 79 Racism

Police recorded crime figures show in 2019/20 that there were 105,090 offences recorded by the police where one or more of the central monitored hate crime strands were deemed to be a motivating factor.UK Parliament I spoke previously about racism in football, but unfortunately racism is an everyday problem. The idea that a person is… Continue reading Day 79 Racism

Day 70 Slow Down

Coming from a city life and working in hospitality, I know the pressures of living fast paced. It has basically been embedded in me from a young age. This is the same for many people, whether we are born in to a fast paced lifestyle or we work ourselves into one. We get so use… Continue reading Day 70 Slow Down

Day 68 No More Week

Domestic abuse and sexual violence can impact anyone, at any point in their life, regardless of their background, age, gender, ethnicity, socio-economic status or sexuality.UK Says No More No More Week raises awareness of domestic abuse and sexual violence, to educate people and encourage people to speak up if they need support. Domestic abuse can… Continue reading Day 68 No More Week

Day 67 International Women’s Day

International Women's Day is celebrated on the 8th March every year to honour the achievements of women and to continue to promote women's equality. The first International Women's Day gathering occurred more than 100 years ago in 1911 with over a million people attending rallies pushing for women's rights. Women have achieved so much and… Continue reading Day 67 International Women’s Day

Day 66 Cruelty Free Products

It is estimated that more than 115 million animals—including mice, rats, birds, fish, rabbits, guinea pigs, farm animals, dogs, cats, and non-human primates—are used and/or killed in laboratory experiments each year around the world.Humane Society International Some health, beauty and household products that we use everyday are tested on animals. Animals undergo harmful experiments that… Continue reading Day 66 Cruelty Free Products

Day 65 Sick Days

We all get sick, whether it's sniffles or a cough, or full blown flu. We all get sick. It might just be a 24 hour thing or it may last a few days. But it is important to look after yourself when you are feeling under the weather. Not only to help you recover but… Continue reading Day 65 Sick Days

Day 64 Email Your MP

We all have a political view. Whether you follow politics regularly and completely understand it or you see it every now and then but have no idea what it is (don't worry that is me too). You may worry about emergency services, education, victims of war, benefits, etc. Well, it is time your views are… Continue reading Day 64 Email Your MP

Day 63 The Ethical Consumer

If we want to encourage change in the world, a good place to look at is where we are spending our money. Just like ourselves, companies can have a good or bad impact on the world. They can choose to be good for the environment, to support animal welfare and human rights. But they can… Continue reading Day 63 The Ethical Consumer