I just hope that is not what Hilary Clinton is doing today. Someone who has got that close to being the first female president of the USA clearly isn't stupid. But in my experience, anyone who has a positive Plan B in their sights, one that's both positive and achievable, will be OK.
Rapper, song writer, film director and now charity founder, Plan B is this month supporting the launch of The Big Music Project. The founder of Each One Teach One, Plan B is joining forces with the lottery funded Big Music Project to give more opportunities in the music business to young people across the UK.
Facing his demons has meant an evolution in not only his party reputation but also in his music. With his next album on the way, backing of a label state side and his latest single 'Kids Again' released this week, Example speaks honestly and frankly about life as it is right now.
The aims of the BIG Music Project are to deliver a large scale, year long, media-led youth engagement campaign, reaching over 4,500,000 young people aged 14-24 across the UK, and focused on the opportunities created for them by their passion for and interest in music.
Recently I came across The B Team, which is hoping to move world-wide business in a positive direction. The B Team describes itself as a "not-for-profit initiative that has been formed by a group of global business leaders to create a future where the purpose of business is to be a driving force for social, environmental and economic benefit."
Peter Amores is changing the world. Not your world, but the world of young people in Tondo, Manila, one of the Philippines
As Brits we can be pretty subdued when it comes to concerts. Standing back swaying slightly and giving an in time nod when it comes to the tracks we love. Letting go isn't always our thing. Do we even know what that is?
Parklife Weekender is a two day music festival in Manchester. It has already confirmed Plan B, The Horrors, Rita Ora and Jessie Ware, as well as Mark Ronson and Sub Focus on the DJ stage.
The continued dismal performance of the UK economy is entirely consistent with the predictions of those of us who have argued consistently for the last two years that premature fiscal consolidation would be severely contractionary in the short term, and risked doing significant long-term economic and social damage.
Emeli Sande has been nominated for four Brit awards. The singer's spectacular 2012 looks set to be repeated after being nominated