How to be organised – Bullet Journal

Hello February! Most women have ‘be more organised this year’ at the top of their resolution list when counting down to the new year and I am no different. The most effective way I have managed to keep my life and family organised is by having a Bullet Journal. I am not sure where the…

Wanderlust – Adventure on a budget

I am sure by now you also wish you could have traveled the world and have seen all the things our guest bloggers have seen. Even if you have rather chosen family life, your career or just have not been able to afford traveling overseas, you still can have your own adventure this December. I…

Wanderlust – Travel with Tarien

  I am already planning my imaginary travel bucket list after the Wanderlust post from last week. This week we get some tips from a well-seasoned traveler who I consider to be one of the most creative and artistic people I have encountered. I have known Tarien for as long as I can remember and…

Wanderlust – Travel with Nicola

December is a time to reflect on the year that has passed and dream about the next year. By this time of the year, tensions are high in the office and you might want to throw a stapler at your colleagues, intolerance for small frustrations are on the rise and it feels like the alarm…

{ Inspire ME } Quote about Marriage

I recently read an excellent book on marriage and found so much wisdom as I was reading the book, that I am probably going to re-read it again in the near future, and I would highly recommend the book if you want to dig deeper into God’s plan for marriage,  but today I want to…

5 tips for surviving motherhood

Hello! Happy to be back to blogging after taking a little blog-cation, because you know life happens. Those who know me well, know that I am a thinker, I like to think about deep things and think deeply about things, so needless to say, I have periods where I set time aside to think, contemplate life…

Eating Disorders- What’s the big deal? (Part 2)

July is mental health awareness month and so I thought it would be great to hear from an expert about this broad and mostly unspoken field. Following on from Part 1 about eating disorders, Karlien discusses the three main categories of eating disorders and how to ensure that your children are more resilient in the…

Eating Disorders- What’s the big deal? (Part 1)

July is mental health awareness month and so I thought it would be great to hear from an expert about this broad and mostly unspoken field. I have known Karlien since primary school and her passion for her field of work is amazing. She recently did a lecture about eating disorders and I asked her…