The idea behind small change is that we are all capable of changing the world around us on a daily basis.

After years of feeling confronted by the many injustices that I regularly witnessed, both locally and globally, I was keen to do something about them. So I decided to come up with a list of small changes I could implement in my own life that would simply make the world a better place. If this sounds naïve – even ‘twee’ – the alternative is that I do nothing and the poor continue to go hungry, the earth groans under the weight of our pollution, people are sold into slavery and unthinkable abuse prevails.

I started to think about the impact of just one change per week. What if that change became a habit and I encouraged my friends to do the same? And they encouraged their friends and their friends encouraged their friends… You see where I am going with this.

That year has come to an end but I continue to evaluate my habits, assess the practicality of my proposed changes and look out for ways to encourage others to make a difference.

I hope this blog will be a place where people come looking for ways that they too can make a difference, fight injustice and change some habits for the good of our global and interconnected society.

You can get involved by signing up to this blog, emailing me, following on twitter, checking in on a weekly basis and telling your friends!

‘Change please, your change please…


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  1. I feel so overwhelmed by the issues of poverty and injustice, it fills me with so much sadness, anger and frustration. Thank you for your message of making a difference of one small change at a time. It has inspired me and I’m going to take your challenge! 🙂

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