I have always thought of myself as an eternal optimist. Being an introvert, my facial expressions may not always exhibit my optimism accurately but I promise you, it glows brightly there on the inside. I choose to focus on the positive, not reading the doom […]
I wrote a desperate plea on social media a while ago, about the day my 5 year old ran out of the house in nothing but socks. I thought I would be exposing myself as the world’s worst mom but instead, got so many virtual […]
A chilly, rainy Saturday in Jozi… …turned into a chill out and chow down afternoon date with SuperDad. Moyo Zoo Lake kindly invited us over for a taste of their Winter Menu and as always, they ensured that we left there having had a truly […]
2012 was an extraordinary year… It was the year in which I bought my own car for the first time. It snowed in August. 2012 was a year of unprecedented music concerts for us in Johannesburg, with incredible shows by U2, Coldplay, Linkin Park and […]
I jumped at the chance to write a little bit for The Non-Adventures of a Stay at Home Mum when Nadia asked me because 1. she’s absolutely incredible and I’m a fan; 2. joining the group of amazing women she has featured on her blog […]
I remember the first time I saw you… Standing next to a NICU bed, looking down at your tiny little body… I felt in that moment, that I was such an infinitely tiny part of the incredible, magnificently infinite perfection of the Universe.
My personal opinion with regards to healthy eating is the same as with most things, life’s too short to be worried about a complicated diet that involves a million rules! It’s best to keep it simple and delicious, again treating your body with love and not punishment. Here’s your guide to cooking and eating healthy, balanced and nutritious meals.
Water is the driving force of all nature and that includes humans. We all know we should be drinking more water, but why? And how do you make it easier?