Secret diary of a STOP THE TRAFFIK worker….

Can’t stop. In a rush.

So much to do. So little time.

My to do list….

– Write an article for a London based refugee and asylum seeker magazine

– Set up ACT groups around the country

–  Promote (the rather excellent) Start Freedom

–  Answer 76 emails (yikes!)

–   Advertise for our newly funded ACT V project designed to enlist over 100 new volunteers between the ages of 16 and 25

–  Meet with a lady setting up STOP THE TRAFFIK ACT projects in Bangladesh

– Make a cup of tea

–  Write a blog posting about why women are more vulnerable to trafficking (tomorrow, I promise!)

– Design a lesson on forced street crime

– Train 2 ACT volunteer groups piloting a new excellent research based, intervention project

– Work out how to use a new database system

–  Tweak a document

–  Make a second cup of tea

–  Bake some cookies for my niece

–  Go for a swim

– Organise two 2 hour youth led training workshops

– Other stuff I don’t have time to list

If anyone feels they would like to help, I could really use a good, easy cookie recipe. I am thinking white chocolate and raspberry, please feel free to send me suggestions / tips.  (The last lot I made were a little bit crispy / totally burnt)

Best get cracking…..

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7 thoughts on “Secret diary of a STOP THE TRAFFIK worker….

  1. The cookie monster

    I’m wondering if you are superwoman in the guise of a STOP THE TRAFFIK worker!

    Thanks for all you do to work to combat trafficking.

    Remember fair trade chocolate. Never tried it, but …..

    Ingredients:
    4 sticks butter, softened.
    2 eggs beaten.
    2 tablespoons molasses.
    2 teaspoons vanilla extract.
    1/3 cup water.
    1 ½ cups granulated sugar.
    1 ½ cups brown sugar.
    1 teaspoon baking powder.
    1 ½ teaspoons baking soda.
    1 teaspoon salt.
    5 cups all-purpose flour.
    1 ½ packages semi-sweet chocolate chips.

    Preparation Instructions:
    Preheat the oven to 375F.

    Cream the butter, eggs, molasses, vanilla, and water in medium-size bowl.

    In a large bowl, combine sugars, baking powder, baking soda, salt and flour.

    Combine the moist mixture with the dry mixture. Add chocolate chips.

    Shape the dough into 1 inch balls and place an inch apart on a ungreased cookie sheet.

    Bake for ten minutes, or until golden brown.

    Makes approximately 50 cookies.

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