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Hello sunshine! The UK enjoys unseasonably high temperatures, but grey skies are just around the corner | Mail Online.


Got to love this headline… A lovely weekend weather wise and the headline says as much. But typically it follows with a negative suggestion that ‘grey skies are coming’.

So after a fabulous weekend we are influence by this headline to think that grey skies are BAD. we’re heading into winter in the UK, the clocks will change soon (watch out of the usual moaning and negative headlines around that).

So should I now be miserable for the rest of the winter as these ‘grey skies’ come in?

I know it is easy to feel happy when the sun shines and it’s warm but what makes grey skies bad?

We can’t change the weather so I’m choosing to be happy and about the weather no matter what and focus on what I can do to be happy rather than be influences to be negative about it.



California girth: Katy Perry’s skin-tight silver dress clings in all the wrong places | Mail Online.

Completely irresponsible reporting. I like reading the DailyMail Newspaper but only because it seems to report inciting opinions rather than the news! I like a balanced view of the world and this news paper is ANTI DARREN ­čÖé

This news article about Katy Perry where she is ‘reported’ to be a ‘little curvier’ ┬á(sic).

What an absolute load of rubbish. Teenage girls (and boys) already have enough challenges about their body and image without being told Katy Perry has a bulging stomach. ┬áLuckily I would imagine most teenage girls wouldn’t read the Daily Mail so hopefully this article will soon be fish and chip wrapper.

The Daily Mail also reported (on the same day) about the photoshopping of Madonna’s pictures (see here┬á

So they understand the challenge of body image but just need to be a bit more responsible.

Jobless couple demand bigger home for family of eight (and all their children are named after celebs) | Mail Online.

Personal responsibilty really needs to start by noticing when you can’t support yourself anymore. I’m not sure I accept that the dad, who want’s to be a tatooist, [what’s stopping him?] should wait for his ideal job whilst happilly taking money off the state. I’m sure the 6 kids didn’t happen by accident and if they are unable to look after all their kids then maybe some should be taken into┬ácare and looked after by someone who can.

The only thing stopping them getting the house┬áthey need using their own money is the fact they’re not prepared to go out and earn it. The world doesn’t owe you a living or a life, sometimes you just have to go and make it happen yourself.

I wonder what type of message their kids are getting about the world and what they need to do to be both happy and successful.

It seems that success for the parents is having lots of kids, demanding a bigger house and then contributing NOTHING to society themselves.