Ask Jane blog
My blog gives tips on how to challenge day to day problems we face. From global warming to heartbreak to throwing parties… etc. Its meant to serve and inspire people to not fear, be brave and be the best they can. I also plan to share some personal experiences in order to connect with my readers, and to help people see the silver lining in every dark cloud.
There were many factors that inspired me, but I think mostly the society. When I look around, I see a lot of people in the wrong places, people who can go far if they had someone to give them a boost. I was once told, it isn’t until you are rich or old that you can start doing something to change the world. I decided to start this blog to try to change the world in any small way I can and to serve the different people of the world.
Shared by: Jane Eloundou
We are The Sociological Mail, a consortium of writers who are dedicated to the dissemination of Sociological information (surprise, surprise) to all those willing to engage.
So, how did this blog come about?
A group of young people at Loughborough University thought it would be a good idea to create a blog so we could continue debating prior to our degree. We convinced a number of people to join us and before we knew it we had developed a platform with over 35 contributors from all walks of life. A virtual melting pot of different ages, sexes, and abilities, our diversity in articles is only one way to experience our ranges of interests.
Over time we figured we should have a mission.
1) Disseminate Sociological information
2) Provide Sociological solutions to issues
3) Write articles which aid social cohesion
So come on over and see if we’re doing a good job, and don’t be scared to critique us. We hope to hear from you soon !