Journalism has been taking a massive hit over the last few years and it has come to the point where we have to ask ourselves some hard questions. Is journalism dying? And should we even bother to save it?
It’s January! That means that at the beginning of the month, we all decided to make some commitments to changing our lives forever. No longer will we be fat and lazy and eat an entire Aero mint share bar to ourselves every night. No, we will get off our butts and become better versions of ourselves.
We all have goals. Actually, we all have a vague idea of what we want from life. But do you know what you want, what you really really want? Probably not.
I have talked about online dating a few times in the past, but I tend to think about it from the ladies point of view. But here are some things that guys should know about online dating.
2nd Chance is the number 1 bestseller from James Patterson and Andrew Gross and is the 2nd book in the Women’s Murder Club. Will this book be as good as the first? Or will the sequel fall short? Grab a coffee and join us for another session of the KappaCino book club.
The first week of my experiment is done and dusted. How have I am doing? Am I rich yet? And what am I actually doing to make it happen? This week I look at Google Adsense and how it works on my site.
A few years ago there was a big kick up about poverty, the working class and what should be done to help people. Recently the media has died down about it all so imagine my joy when I found this old post lying in the dark corner of my site. So let’s make some noise about poverty again!
The New Year has dawned so we have all been thinking about what we want to improve this year. Will you finally take up that hobby? Will you finally learn how to swim? Or will you make a change in your love life?
After the success of the week before, I couldn’t wait to get stuck in with this weeks strong female leading lady. This week, I channelled my inner Dr Brennan from the TV show Bones.
Legally Blonde has been one of the most popular movies to make it to the stage in recent years. This 2001 comedy stars Reese Witherspoon as Elle Woods, a blonde with ambition who heads off to get a law degree and her boyfriend back.