When I started #ChallengeChooseday, I didn’t think it through properly. It was quite a good idea in my opinion but I was actually quite short sited with it. It was an idea to get me doing something different. To get me thinking differently and attempt to understand life from other perspectives. I didn’t actually think about the consequences of this. I didn’t realise it would change everything about me. It literally made my brain go into over load. I’ve had to attempt and process loads of different stuff all in my head and to be honest, it’s been rather tricky as I’ve had so much change and a lot to attempt to make sense of. … More 26 – 11,000 words typed in 3 hours
I’m talking about fear. Facing fears in theory is a great thing to do, but in practice is quite hard. This was a difficult challenge and for reasons you wouldn’t expect. Partly because I’m not actually scared of much. I’m happy to make a fool of myself in front of others so I had to really think about this one. The hard part was thinking of them. … More 21 – F*** is a bad word
The first person to get the reference from the title will receive a chocolate bar of their choice from me, because it is an odd one but from one of my favourite films. Anyway, where was I? In May, my older brother Joe was telling me about this incredible human being named Ross Edgley. He … More 19 – If I’ve told you once, I’ve told you a thousand thousand thousand thousand times, we need new attractions…
People are amazing. Everyone has something about them that is interesting or significant and unique. Even if it is hidden at first, if you watch for long enough, it will come out. British culture is an interesting one and especially in the way it teaches us to interact with each other. In particular as a … More 14 – Courage to encourage
This was a dumb challenge. You could say arrogant, but I wasn’t trying to be, I was just trying to put mind over matter and it didn’t end well. I got it in my head that everything we do is limited by our mind’s capacity to deal with stress and the feeling of giving up. … More 13 – Yes I can talk the talk, but now I can’t even walk.
And the answer is… B) Atheism. Having grown up in a Christian home, the idea of believing in God was not foreign to me. Church on a Sunday was normal, youth groups on a Friday was a thing we did… I mean, where else would you meet girls right? I believe these were all good … More 12 – A) Theism B) Atheism or CBAtheism
Have you ever walked around town, or sat on the daily commute and noticed this same look on everyone’s face? If you haven’t, you will now. It’s literally everywhere. Now, have you also noticed that if you accidentally catch someones eye, one of you will instantly look away. I used to do it all the … More 11 – Smiles for miles