I’ve Passed My Practical Driving Test!

I’ve Passed My Practical Driving Test!

Now's a time for celebration, and a warning that I'm officially allowed on the roads. Yes, yes - you heard that right! I can't believe it. My first manual driving test - I passed! All the early mornings, late nights. The close shaves. Roundabouts. Stalling. Cars beeping me. Driving me off the road. Even one [...]

Government Paid Influencers To Promote NHS Track and Trace – Big Mistake?

Government Paid Influencers To Promote NHS Track and Trace – Big Mistake?

Recently, influencers/reality stars have been paid £10,000 plus, to endorse NHS Track and Trace, using taxpayers money. Is this a great initiative, or the start of a downward spiral? This topic caught my attention, as the whole concept of the NHS paying influencers money to promote a life saving scheme, seemed to feel a little [...]

Coronavirus: Have We Learnt Our Lesson?

Coronavirus: Have We Learnt Our Lesson?

People are coming out of lockdown thinking they’ve completed the worst phase. But has it only just begun? Many, are being strategic about the situation we’re in. Not going out for reasons that are unimportant, or being in public areas for laughable excuses. But on the other hand, others are thinking this is their chance [...]

Life After Lockdown; New Normal?

Life After Lockdown; New Normal?

Many of us couldn't wait to go to restaurants/pubs after restrictions were lifted, but did we actually follow through? The first thing I had on my mind to go and visit was a steakhouse as I've literally been salivating at the thought of it. But when the 4th July came in England - when restrictions [...]

Back To Primary School: Too Soon?

Back To Primary School: Too Soon?

One of the many controversial decisions unfolding in England is this, but is there a right or wrong decision? I think there is. Schools in England are reopening on Monday. Sooner than many expected. The majority of workplaces, shops, ways of travel are either shut or restricted. So much so, they're telling people not to [...]