All of a sudden, it feels like we have moved from autumn into winter! I have this pressing desire to share my super cheap fashion hack to keep warm this winter! Naturally, it is best to recognise the fact, that I'm no fashion blogger. Comfort over style, let's be practical! That really is the kind of girl, I am! Since we're being honest... Let's chat about our South African winters! They are pretty harsh. Not because the temperatures reach incredible low, but because we are ... Read More about Keep Warm this Winter with this super cheap clothing hack!
Creating space in our lives to be and feel inspired is crucial! It helps us to break up the mundane and revive us from within. I am also on a journey to document things, so it makes total sense to start a 2019 edition of things that inspires me. Here's a 2019 Autumn Edition of things that inspire me right now! As the weather cools down and we move into winter, I am acutely aware of the fact that I go to work daily with sopping wet hair. In the past, this didn't bother me all ... Read More about 2019 Autumn Edition | 4 Things That Inspire Me, Right Now.
Exam season is lurking around the corner! As a mom to a 6th grader, I need to empower and assist my child but no longer study with them. With all of the above in mind - here's a free printable study timetable! The transition between, handholding your child through the exam season and allowing them to learn, take responsibility and grow independently, is so hard. Simply because we want the very best for our kids! We want them to succeed. The first term of this year, I gave Logan ... Read More about Free Printable Study Timetable for Primary School Kids
I believe, we have passed the stage where the simple solution - learn to say no - is enough. Let's be honest, for most of us, we're busy with important things! Things that aren't optional and definitely, cannot be pushed to the side. Where we find ourselves, as a society, is treading dangerous waters! What is the solution? Don't get me wrong! It's good for us all to learn to say no. But what I am saying, is that it is time to up our game, choose a little wiser and focus on the ... Read More about It’s not enough to learn to say no.
We're all too familiar with the general responses of a friend or acquaintance when we ask, 'how are you?' Busyness is a common theme of life, at the moment. Do we promote busyness as an acceptable cultural standard? In my last blog post, I confessed to not prioritising my time, despite my best efforts and intentions! I have noticed a major busyness trend in my life over the past couple of months. Weekends have a general feeling of exhaustion. We're resting, in order to push ... Read More about Balancing Busyness: An Ongoing Mission to Meaningful Life