Day 93 Become A Responsible Netizen

A netizen is a 'citizen of the net', basically anyone that uses the internet. Many people nowadays have access to the internet and it is becoming more and more powerful as it develops. It gives us access to information and knowledge, encourages communication between friends and families, allows us to shop from home, and so… Continue reading Day 93 Become A Responsible Netizen

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 72 Write Thank You Letters

It use to be custom to write someone a thank you card when they took time to do something for you, gave you a gift or helped you in some way. Unfortunately, thank you cards have become very underrated and it would seem that the tradition of writing them has faded over the years. But… Continue reading Day 72 Write Thank You Letters

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 60 Be Polite

It goes without saying that we should be polite to others, but it does often feel that some people didn't get the memo. The world today pulls us to be less polite and there are fewer polite people around. Rudeness comes from having little or no respect for others, and can actually have negative implications,… Continue reading Day 60 Be Polite

Day 23 Translation

When we speak to people on the street or even when visiting another country we often just assume that they will speak English, whether fluent or just basic. This is somewhat rude as there are over 7,000 languages in the world. Even though, English is the most popular language spoken, whether native spoken or not,… Continue reading Day 23 Translation

Day 16 Learn Basic Sign Language

Around 466 million people worldwide have disabling hearing loss.World Health Organisation Hearing loss causes difficulty hearing sounds including speech and music. It can range from mild to profound and can affect just one ear or both. People who are deaf usually have profound hearing loss. There are many causes including genetic factors, infection, exposure to… Continue reading Day 16 Learn Basic Sign Language