Most people are lucky enough to find that freedom is not something that they need to be given, it is just something that we all, unknowingly, take for granted, only realising what a luxury it is if one day it is taken away. However trapped we might sometimes feel by our responsibilities, it is not
Most of us take our independence for granted. Every day we are free to make decisions and act on them. If we are thirsty we make ourselves a drink, if we need the toilet we go searching for one, if we are bored by something we are free to walk away and if a
We are driven by five genetic needs: survival, love and belonging, power, freedom, and fun. William Glasser Have you ever gone to sit down and realised, the instant before your bottom makes contact with the cushion, that you’ve left your drink over the other side of the room? It seems to happen to me
What did you get up to this Bank Holiday? The kids and I had great fun all in the name of helping one of our favourite charities, Whizz-Kidz. Just because it amused me to the point of crying with laughter, here is an (epic) trailer of the film we have been making … I’ll post
Ok, so I’ll admit, I generally think that Facebook is a platform for us to all lie to each other and perhaps even to ourselves too. The funny incident with the duct tape and the baby sitter makes for a great update, but admit it, at the time it was just plain embarrassing, and perhaps a little unnerving. I think forcing ourselves to see the funny or ridiculous side of our human failings is a trait to be applauded though, all too often we take ourselves far too seriously, and if it takes a Facebook status to make us come up with another, more positive view of a situation, then it’s no bad thing, even if our sole purpose is merely to try and convince the world that we are funnier, smarter and have a better social life than any of our friends.