My husband and I had a discussion a couple of days ago. It eluded to the question if you are not going to get any recognition for the work you do, if you are not financially compensated for the efforts you make and if you do not get satisfaction from this work (not that I… Read More It’s All For Her!
Our start was drowsy Much like a toddlers first step We tried to find our balance You know, that equilibrium Figuring out how you would ying When I yanged It’s funny How it was from the most unexpected Most unassumed time That the balance was struck Now here we are, days later Saying goodbye, until… Read More Goodbye, it has been fun!
Inspired by one of Connie Dia’s posts on Period Poverty, I just had to revisit this topic for those of you at the back that didn’t get it the first time around! Did you know that an estimated 30% of South African girls do not attend school each month because they can not afford sanitary… Read More The Period Question
I like to think I had the best childhood, mainly because of the gift of community. Ours was a time when you would break the rules at the neighbours and get disciplined by the neighbours, try that now and you get sued or thrown in jail. We were each other’s keeper. Another thing that made… Read More On Parenting : Tikia’s Take
In celebration of Mother’s day and the month that bears it, I have decided to have 3 weeks (might be more, if you are parent and want to share your story get, in touch) dedicated to parents and their parenthood journeys. I will kickstart the series ‘On Parenting’ with my take on the motherhood journey.… Read More On Parenting : Sue’s Take