I’m really not a fan of the phrase Freedom Day. It strongly suggests the pandemic is over and we can all go back to living the lives we did in 2019. As anyone with any sense knows, that isn’t really the case at all. For clinically vulnerable children, so-called Freedom Day, will mean something completely
Professor Elemental is many things. He is an award winning hip-hop artist, steampunk legend, host and also a dad. Just in time for Father’s Day 2021, this pith-helmeted dad of two has released an album called The Good Dad club which was inspired by his experiences of fatherhood and middle-aged life.
Something I never really noticed before becoming a parent was how heavily gendered toys can be. The impact of this on the way children play and develop is clear for all to see. Not too long after I became a dad and started blogging, I became aware of the Let Toys Be Toys campaign.
Silence is Not an Option. This is the title of Stuart Lawrence’s first book for young people. It’s a motivational book to help them navigate the world. it encourages young people to think big, learn from their mistakes and make the world a better place while being happy in themselves and their achievements.
What does an actor do when the global health pandemic brings all the big projects to a juddering halt? In the case of Thor: The Dark World actor Tommy Hatto, you write a book and speak publicly about the challenges you’ve had with body image and eating disorders.