I have always been one that refused to settle, until I met my amazing husband. What I mean by settle, is not to fall captive to mediocrity or lack of spontaneity. I'm referring to the widely accepted natural progression of getting married, purchasing a home, having children and growing old together (for those who choose … Continue reading Time to Challenge the Comfort Zone?
What is it with bosses asking you to do their work for them, on their PC, under their profile knowing full well that there are privacy laws, confidentiality agreements and eyes in secret places? Twice now I have had to turn down one of my bosses, leaving him rather disappointed in me. I mean it's … Continue reading Drudged Mentality
My hubby and I love this place called Clarens. (The Wisdom of the Oracle) Nestled in the foothills of the Maluti mountains, in the Free State, the back end of the Drakensburg. Close to Golden Gate with majestic mountain appearances. A place that holds our hearts in its clutch. With this in mind, when a … Continue reading Partly Paris
The oddest thing happened last week. It was a Tuesday morning, nothing out of the ordinary. I'm into my work, like super focused and without even consciously realising, I start to eat my sliced carrots. It's all routine. Well, never before had I felt such a sharp burning pain. It felt as though something had … Continue reading Help?!
I love this quotidian reference for 2020, a focused view to begin the new decade. It references what we all know as 20/20 vision. Quite honestly, I thought that 20/20 vision referred to a measurement, such as a scoring system. I have always scored 20/20 and so never questioned this concept or even tried to … Continue reading Focus 2020
I realise looking back is often not something we are taught to do. We all recall the age old Bible story where Lot's wife looks back at the evil cities that God destroys and in so doing she turns to salt. She ignored the instruction to not look back and allowed her own selfish desire … Continue reading Looking back…
He stared down at Who-ville!The Grinch popped his eyes!Then he shook!What he saw was a shocking surprise! Every Who down in Who-ville, the tall and the small, was singing! Without any presents at all! But the sound wasn’t sad!Why, this sound was merry!It couldn’t be so!But it WAS merry! Very! He HADN’T stopped Christmas from … Continue reading Merry? Very!