Thanks to @jonwitout for ensuring that I saw this one:Tweet
An interesting campaign: “The purpose of the campaign is to drive home the message that it’s now illegal to ask someone to stop breastfeeding in public, and that women who wish to breastfeed should keep calm and carry on,” but Denise Van Outen was not happy to receive their merchandise, referring to ‘breastfeeding Nazis’…
Keep calm and carry on was the message for people in Britain during World War II. I like get excited and change things better.
As fun as that is, though, the thing about change is that when it gets personal, most of us don’t actually like it. That’s why it’s easier to work on change in small doses. How can we take one tiny step towards something new?