Let’s face it January is a rubbish time of year and statistically (and unfortunately) is the most depressing month of the year. The days seem long and mostly dark and overcast. It’s the time when payday seems like light years away, and all the glitz, glamour and fun of Christmas seems like a lifetime ago. But all of that said, January can be survived, trust me, here’s how;
The idea of writing a letter to my 10 year old self came from an item that Scott Mills and Chris Stark did on their Radio 1 afternoon show on the BBC in the UK during Lockdown. You wouldn't believe something so simple could be so cathartic, but it genuinely is. Give it a go yourself, although you don't have to share it with the world as I have done of course!
I'll be the first to admit this topic is neither sexy or Christmassy, but for those of you that find yourself without work at this time of year, in the worst global pandemic for over 100 years, I thought I would look ways you can potentially find employment in the run up to Christmas and beyond.
65 years ago today, the seamstress Rosa Parks refused to obey an order from a bus driver to give up her seat to a white man?
With exactly a month to go until Christmas Day, there's no better time to start those festive preparations. Now we've already established that Christmas 2020 will go down as being one of the least normal Christmases on record. But that doesn't stop you prepping for the BIG DAY.