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My Instaweek Round-up: August Week 2

Well I am a bit late getting this post out this weekend. I blame my husband and step-daughter who is out from the UK for her summer holidays. Having them both home all week has been awesome, but I also feel like I'm on holiday. We've been busy doing things as a family in the… Continue reading My Instaweek Round-up: August Week 2

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To My Women on Women’s Day

It is 'Women's Day' today. A day to celebrate being a woman, and to recognise all the amazing women in our lives. If I could have one wish this Women's Day, it would be to spend the day with the women in my life who showed me what it is to be a phenomenal woman… Continue reading To My Women on Women’s Day

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What Does Their Future Hold? 

Today is Human Rights Day in South Africa, Tuesday 21 March 2017. To quote my favourite poet, the ever wise Maya Angelou's said: "History, despite its wrenching pain cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again." There are so many things that have happened in the history of the world that… Continue reading What Does Their Future Hold? 

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How Do I Make You Feel?

One of things I am trying to constantly remind my girls when they have one of their little fights is the power of their words. If they say nasty and unkind things to each other, how does that make their sister feel? If she said those words back, how would it make you feel? They… Continue reading How Do I Make You Feel?