Why I’m glad I was forced to watch ‘Wonder Woman’

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Why I’m glad I was forced to watch ‘Wonder Woman’ Kiki is “my person”. It’s a term that originated from one of my favourite television series, Grey’s Anatomy. “My person” is the one I go to for just about everything. She’s the one I can’t stay mad at and the…

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Come on, play your part this Earth Hour

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Come on, play your part this Earth Hour Here is a call to action worth considering. Earth Hour is a global call to protect the planet and to stand up against climate change. Having started in Australia in 2007, the event has since grown in leaps and bounds. South Africans began observing…

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An exercise in introspection

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An exercise in introspection Hello everyone. I’ve been caught in the hamster wheel of life – school runs, extra mural activities with the kids and coursework recently – with very little time for myself. Today, I’m stepping back and breathing. Today, I’m indulging in a bit of introspection.

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Holidaying in Zanzibar on a whim and fancy – Part 3

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Holidaying in Zanzibar on a whim and fancy – Part 3 If you’ve been following my posts, you’ll know that I decided to live outside of my comfort zone this holiday and travel without doing much planning. Our only requirements when we booked was that our hotel be on the…

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Circle of life

Circle of life Living on the east coast, I’ve grown accustomed to the beauty of a sunrise over the sea. That time of day – when the sun, sky and sea engage in a game of tag, showing off as they throw out a myriad dazzling colours for our eyes…

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Win a copy of EL James’s, Fifty Shades Darker

Win a copy of EL James’s, Fifty Shades Darker Remember the hit movie Fifty Shades of Grey? If you enjoyed it, you’ll be glad to know the next movie in the series will be in cinemas on February 10. So, get your girlfriends (or partner) together for a movie night…

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On rebellion and healing: my journey

On rebellion and healing: my journey In a time of uncertainty, I often descend into quiet and solitude. It’s a defense mechanism on some level. Solitude is also a space to heal and dig deep for answers. This holiday has seen me doing a great deal of introspection and healing. I have…

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Tuesday thoughts: rebuilding shelf by shelf

Tuesday thoughts: rebuilding shelf by shelf The last two months have been a roller coaster of emotions and change in my life – some good and some bad. The death of my mum, a massive career changing decision, allowing our young children to travel overseas without us and general end-of-year burnout…

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