The guys at Unilever contacted me the other day and asked if I would help spread the word about their new #brightFuture campaign. I watched the short film they have out called “the way kids see it South Africa” on YouTube, which is all about how, when confronted with a problem, kids try their best to fix it in their own little way. I thought it was quite sweet and it made me think about when I was younger how I used to be so independent and anything that I wanted to do, I did, whether it was building a makeshift fort or helping my gran bake. I didn’t stress about how I would do it, I just did it, that’s what’s cool about being a kid, you just find a way to make things happen. I think that’s one of the things I miss the most about being a mini-Angie anymore, when you’re younger you jump into things with eyes wide open and full of excitement, you kind of lose that a bit the older you get. It also made me think about Nina’s future and what sort of dreams and hopes she’s going to have for her life. I know I could make more of an effort to make our world better, not only for her but for me too and the guys at Unilever are trying to help people do just that.
I encourage you to watch this film on Youtube and to get involved to help share this vision for a bright future. I have also posted the link on my Twitter and my Facebook page if you’d like to share it.
Ok that’s all, hope you all have a lovely Tuesday!