Life coaching with Nalika 

     Nalika Govan, a great friend an inspiration in my life, today I am sharing her journey with life coaching: Nalika’s story: I would say my journey began as I approached the early 20’s of my life. I became much more aware of my spiritual self & naturally took a tendency towards helping & assisting…

30 Day blogging challenge 

   Congratulations Sarah and Kevin Arrow on this amazing 30 day challenge you created, I started blogging around 3 months ago, a friend Verushka suggested I try out this challenge, first I thought seriously me write for 30 days straight without missing a day? I did it today is day 30!  Big thank you to…

Be Authentic 

   Being Authentic what does this really mean?  “Being authentic means coming from a real place within. It is when our actions and words are congruent with our beliefs and values. It is being ourselves, not an imitation of what we think we should be or have been told we should be.” We live in…

Cherry of life 

   Life’s like a bowl of cherries, is what I thought while taking this picture of these delish cherries, some where sweet and some not so sweet. Colour therapy for the colour Cherry meaning: Cherry is the colour which helps you to raise your self -esteem and brings sweetness, happiness and wisdom into your life….

Zumba

   Zumba is the most fun I have ever had in a dance class, I joined Virgin Active in July last year 2014, I have the most fun at Shruti’s classes the vibrant people and music kept me motivated and going back for more! Shruti is a Zumba instructor I met last year, she’s a…

Red Emoji

   Coca Cola our favourite official South African thirst quencher, Coke does it again, masters with their ad campaigns and brilliant concepts, I love the way this brand always gets it just right! It’s been a fun task spotting the emojis in and around Joburg and Cape Town, there are so many emojis to choose…

Drama Queen

   We live in a world where at some point or another we where, face to face with a Drama queen we may even have been one ourselves, I was motivated to write this post based on the crazy, real life dramas I had to endure in the past 10 months. A drama queen cannot…

Interview with Debbie Howes

   I got the opportunity to meet and stay in contact with Debbie Howes, a bubbly individual down to earth, clinical psychologist and author of the LLRH Little Red Riding Hood Revised Reconditioning Technique. Debbie qualified with her Masters in 1986 through Potchefstroom University, went on to complete her thesis on movement and body therapy,…

The Craft Revolution Event 

   The Craft Revolution was held Saturday (yesterday) at the Silverstar Casino, this event consisted of Live music, beers and ciders galore, food.    The currency used at the event where Castros 1=R5 a book for R100 went a long way, an inovative way to spend your currency, safe for the vendors too, I am…

Life changing friends 

   Life changing friendships young or old can shape your life, some friendships can be great some not so good. Here’s how to spot a great friendship: 1. You can pick up where you left off from, the previous visits and no expectations. 2. The friendship is easygoing, doesn’t take too much effort. 3. The…

The Magic book review 

   Magical experiences where in store for me without me knowing when I, purchased my copy of The Magic by Rhonda Byrne. I wanted to know what the hype was all about and why everyone who read this book said it was magical, what made it magical I thought? In The Magic, Rhonda Byrne reveals…

Random Acts of Kindness 

   We live in a world of disconnect, where technology consumes us to an extent of being cut off from our surroundings. 5 tips on paying it forward through kindness: 1. Acts of service come from the heart, when giving of yourself don’t think about how it will benefit you, assist an elderly person crossing…