Less than a year ago, I wrote about what kind of a place our world and Britain is now. I can’t quite believe I’m writing about another terrorist attack.
Last night, 22 people have been killed and 59 people have been injured (figures at the time of writing) after going to a pop concert in Manchester.
Continue reading “For the 22.”
If you’re British, that’s great, and please listen up. If you’re not British, you know what, the message of this letter is still really important. Pay attention if you’re 18 or older, and can actually do what I’m about to ask you to do. Not over 18? Still important for when you get to that age.
Continue reading “A Letter to you.”
In my last post about the goings on in Hull (UK City of Culture 2017), I mentioned the importance of the Renewable Energy industry in the future of the city. Basically, a big company called Siemens announced a big investment (lots of £££’s) and lots of jobs in Hull – its biggest project being wind turbines.
I can tell I’m thrilling you. It’s exciting for the city, I promise. In an effort to rouse more excitement around this, check out what landed in Queen Victoria’s Square…
Continue reading “Hull 2017: The Blade”
For anyone who doesn’t know, the city I currently call home, Hull, is now the UK’s City of Culture for 2017! For as long as I’m living in Hull, I’m going to get involved and blog about all the amazing things happening in our city.
What does this mean for my blog?
It’s time to get viewing, reviewing, and cultured.
Continue reading “It’s time to get cultured.”
Crap? A bit blah? Like there’s always something you’re not doing right?
Let’s try and be more eloquent:
Unconfident? Worthless? Anxious?
I’ve written about this before and I’ll keep writing about it until a time when we can see a difference in all our attitudes. My message today is simple.
Can we stop blaming ourselves please?
Continue reading “Why are we all feeling so…?”
We all have lots of reasons to be scared. Life’s little stresses and fears can build up and next thing you know, we’re all listening to “Happy” and trying to avoid our own terror and anxiety taking over.
Continue reading “Scared.”