We don't realise how much freedom and choice we have till it is denied or taken away. This weeks show travels from those who have no choice to some of the choices we can make for our own health and wellbeing.
The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of those who do evil but because of those who look on and do nothing about it
News from around the world....
I know it is old news but I only recently came across Peter Greste's talk at the National Press Club. His talk is wonderful humbling and covers much about free speech and how the dedication of a few and the engagement of many is what supported him to be able to come home. He is still a man 'guilty of a crime' according to the Egyptian law ruling, but without the constant engagement and negotiation he would still be in that Egyptian jail.
One of his requests from all of us was to understand the importance of choosing to be aware of what happens in different countries around the world. See the copy of Peter Greste at the Press Club and a copy of the video through this article...see link here
Rainbows took over the world - from Sydney stunners which melted down Instagram and made international news to the landmark supreme court case on same sex marriage that changed Facebook with very colourful DPs. It brought up a great conversation about love, human rights, freedom of expression and of course free choice.
Worth checking out a couple of good comedy moments...on politics and guns...not that there i anything funny about the abuse of guns but the illogical defence...you either laugh and make sure others know about it or you despair.
The fundamental search for love. Bringing news back to being about the people and for the people. The responsibility to not sensationalise people's stories but to present them so we engage so we have understanding. This was a much longer section but there was no space today...another week!
Be the change you want to see in the world :-)
For every tablespoon of BBQ sauce it equates to 2 tablespoons of sugar - we are consuming, on average over 40 teaspoons of sugar a day without even thinking about it. Warning - this may affect your attachment to low fat alternatives.
Dry July - this was our main focus in todays show - the why, what happens, what it can throw up and how we can support.
Dry July - Supporting adults with cancer
Don't go cold turkey - be caring and thoughtful to yourself about you look after yourself in this time.
Check out Sarah's Healthy Cooking for Beginners blog and keep in touch with her Facebook page. We will be posting one recipe a day so you can get some ideas for dinner each night...
Please let us know how you go by engaging on the Facebook pages...Till next time :-)
Thanks to Triple H 100.1 fm for their airwaves, check out their site and consider becoming a member so you can do some production or presenting yourselves; to my guest Sarah Cloutier please check out her blog Healthy Cooking for Beginners and to Glorious Music for the use of their music in my show and blog.
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Lucy Dahill is the presenter of Stay in the Loop with Lucy, she has a passion for offering people the platform to share their voice. Young, old or somewhere in between we all have wisdom to share if we trust our hearts over our heads.