It was a year of mood rings, Bang On The Door pencil cases, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and the film that changed all our lives, Titanic. And just when I thought things couldn’t get any better, 1997 was topped off when the best female group in the entire history of my 11-year life released ‘Never Ever’.
Most normal people – sociopaths and psychopaths excluded – have a moral compass and know what is acceptable and what is not.
Service charge is discretionary, politeness isn’t. Why recognising the value of everyone in the room is important.
I’m at a funny age. At 32 my hangovers now comfortably stretch into two days, I can no longer have a diet of burgers, pizza and beer without it impacting on my waistline, whilst a night in and a takeaway on a Friday is becoming more appealing than a bar crawl.
There’s something strangely satisfying about doing something you have been told you shouldn’t do.
Confucius believed that if people lived by moral and ethical principles, they could reach happiness and bring peace and harmony to the world… and who doesn’t want some of that?