The year is 1996. I’m in Grade 2 and my hobbies include ballet classes, reading The Saddle Club, and joining forces with my friends to perform Spice Girls routines for my classmates (I was Baby Spice, obviously). My arch nemesis is Rebecca Smith, because she has managed to collect every single one of the collectable Spice Girls photos (so not much has changed, really). Enter the greatest album the world has ever seen: Spice World.
You wake up in a hot sweat. You suddenly realise. That dream you just had that McDonad’s brought back the Nerds McFlurry was just that: a sweet dream. You’re devastated. Then, because life has a way of kicking you when you’re down, the second terrible realisation comes: it’s Valentine’s Day soon and you haven’t bought a gift.
Let’s be real: whether you’re sitting in a car crawling along the freeway, or squashed on a peak hour train between someone sniffling 15 times a minute and someone who thinks the whole world wants to listen to their crappy music, commutes suck. One scientifically-proven* way to make your commute suck just a little less is to listen to a podcast. And the good news is, there’s one for every interest!
The fun of being an adult never stops! Did you know you need to clean the things that clean things for you?
These guys have been accused of everything, form being dead to being the illuminati or Iranian spies.
Follow the three golden rules: keep it superficial, keep it in writing and keep it moving (to someone else's desk).
What seems like just a catchy pop hit is actually so much more. Touching on themes that include ancient history, architecture, geography and world religions, what Justin is really giving us is a valuable life lesson on what happens when one gets too big for one’s boots.