Better and Better

Check out my boy Jay Betts new music video, he just keeps getting Better and Better!! Here is what he had to say about it:

“The song touches on parts of my childhood where I used music to process and overcome the challenges ahead of Me, which is what I still do to this day. The video runs those two stories simultaneously, and at the end the boy meets the man.

The notion is that you’re always learning and always moving forward as long as you stay on your path, your getting Better and Better”

Here at Zizzle, we LOVE an inspiring message, Enjoy the clip ❤

Twitter: @jay-betts
Youtube: jaybettstv

24 Things Single People Are Tired of Hearing

Just found this on buzzfeed.com and had to share it with you guys, I have definitely heard every “single” one of these comments this year *snore*. My response: WHY are you in a relationship :p

Z x

1. “How are you still single? You’re so great.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

2. “It’ll happen when you least expect it.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

3. “Don’t you ever get lonely?”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

4. “Aren’t you worried you won’t be able to have kids?”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

5. “Are you seeing anyone?”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

6. “You should try online dating. My friend met their husband/wife that way.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

7. “They don’t deserve you.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

8. “You are such a catch.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

9. “Don’t worry, you’ll find someone someday.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

10. “He’s just not ready for a serious commitment yet.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

11. “One day when you’re married, you’ll wish you were single.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

12. “There are plenty of fish in the sea.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

13. “You’re just too picky.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

14. “Just don’t turn into some crazy cat lady.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing
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15. “She probably just lost your number.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

16. At a wedding: “You better get out there, they’re doing the bouquet toss.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

17. “You’re just too busy right now.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

18. “You have to love yourself before you can love someone else.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

19. In reference to your best friend: “Have you guys ever thought of dating?”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

20. “I can’t wait to meet your future spouse, they are going to be amazing.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

21. “We’ll all be laughing about this someday.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

22. “You should let me set you up, I know the perfect person for you.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

23. “Don’t give up, it’ll happen.”

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

24. “You don’t need anyone.” DAMN RIGHT!

24 Things Single People Are Tired Of Hearing

Giving The Deaf Community A Good Hearing

I’ve realised that there are so many things I need to open my eyes to, so many things I am not aware of and together we need to raise awareness and help each other. Many topics posted on our blog will be things you can be involved with and change for the better if you choose to. If you don’t have the means to help out directly then you can repost a link to a topic you think needs to be addressed until it reaches the right hands. We want our blog to be a “feel-good” blog, like us, we want you to know you can make a difference. I just spoke with Saimina J Virmani, she’s the perfect example of how one person can make a big difference.
Saimina is the founder of the Lancashire law firm Joseph Frasier. Her firm is set to become the first practice in the country dedicated to providing legal services to the deaf and hard of hearing. It all began when she was approached by a deaf client who had been looking for representation for some time and had been turned away because other solicitors couldn’t communicate with her. In that time her situation escalated at which point she came to Joseph Frasier. Saimina realised how her clients disability had prevented her from seeking help when she needed it, and felt it was her duty to offer all her clients with the service they need. She explained, “As legal professionals we are trained to use the power of our advocacy and voice, but in working with deaf and hard of hearing clients, this has essentially been taken away from us.” The firm immediately began researching the problems the deaf and hard of hearing encounter when accessing legal services. The findings prompted her to get all fee-earners to learn British Sign Language which will be implemented on the webcam and Skype as well as using other helpful technologies such as Skype, MSN, text relay and Twitter to provide broader channels of communication with clients.

Joseph Frasier has launched a campaign  Representing Your Right to Be Heard  to help make legal services more accessible for the nine million deaf and hard of hearing people in the UK. I think it’s inspiring!!! If you are the owner of a company providing services, why not have one of your employees trained in sign language so your services can too cater to the deaf community.