What’s surprising is how well she disappears into early Ally, bare-faced and vulnerable, and then reemerges as a version of herself as a highly-stylised and made-up pop star. She’s like Stallone in Rocky I, before he was Stallone. Bradley Cooper too transforms but his performance is more obvious, more affected, but still Oscar-worthy.
Tagging has come to Linkedin and if you want to be ‘it’ in the social media playground (and believe me you probably do) then you can get in on the ground floor. There’s not that much action around hashtags now but the point of getting your head around this new thing early is to be ahead of the game before hashtags really take off on #linkedin, like they have on other platforms.
The Planting is unique in that its a festival that focuses on experiencing the environment first-hand by being part of replanting, learning and nourishing the Woodfordia site. Held each year over Queensland’s Labour Day long weekend in May, the Planting has been growing (literally) for over two decades. The original idea was to plant 10,001 trees and create a community to rebuild our environment.
Ignore the haters, the Spy Who Dumped Me is a wipe-away-tears hilarious slapstick-spy-thriller-meets-romcom that you have to see with all of your best girlfriends and your mum… and not just because Sam Heughan (the Jamie from Outlander) is in it.