Let start this post with; I love my kids. I love them more than filter coffee and red wine. But I am sometimes amazed at
Two years ago, prematurity struck our family. Out of the blue, it hit us. Looking back, there are lots of things I would love to tell myself now – accept help, take it one day at a time, buy more concealer and waterproof mascara. But, in honor of World Prematurity Day, (which is coming up on the 17th of November) I also wish people knew these seven things about the harsh reality of having a baby born before 37 weeks.
If you’ve been a regular reader here for a while, it’s likely you already know I have two of the cutest dogs in SA. Well,
Let’s be honest about this – we are living in a world full of sudden and unexpected changes. From our little dreams when we were
Sometimes I think that the trick to living a happy life is to stop wanting things. If only you could not want anything, not even happiness, then you could be happy. But then you end up wanting to not-want, which is maybe one of the weirdest paradoxes ever. How does one achieve a state of not-wanting?
The main problem with life is that it goes on. And on. And on. And on. People say that like it’s supposed to comfort you.