25 – Ramadon’t make the same mistake as me.

The week before this challenge started, the news was riddled with stories concerning acts of terrorism in the world but especially the attacks on London Bridge in June. It was horrendous what happened and I feel for the city of London and the families involved. I also feel for the Muslims in the UK who took an unbelievable amount of hate around that time. All sorts of videos came out of people on public transport being shouted at and told to leave. It’s kind of disgusting. Mainly because terrorism and Islam are always told to be hand in hand and therefore the media teaches us that Muslims are dangerous. … More 25 – Ramadon’t make the same mistake as me.

24 – Writing songs, it’s as easy as ABC.

View this post on Instagram #ChallenegeChooseday Had an amazing time last Friday at @hollyperrins wedding playing with ma bros. Such a good party. This made me think though, obviously I play guitar loads but I never actually write songs because I'm only good at writing stupid lyrics. This week, I'm going to write 5 songs … More 24 – Writing songs, it’s as easy as ABC.

20 – Vulnerabil… I don’t want to talk about it actually.

This is the most watched TED talk… ever. If you have never watched it, you should. If you have already watched it, watch it again now. Growing up in Britain as a man generally teaches us that vulnerability is weakness, that having emotions and feelings is frowned upon. This is not breaking news. This is … More 20 – Vulnerabil… I don’t want to talk about it actually.

18 – I bought a Divine bar, is the third world saved yet?

The whole Fairtrade thing has been going on for a while now so I wasn’t as clueless about this one as some of the other challenges that I’ve done. I completed the part about buying Fairtrade things fairly easily. A cheeky Divine bar, some coffee and bananas were all on the menu through the week … More 18 – I bought a Divine bar, is the third world saved yet?