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Setting Goals That Become A Lifestyle

Setting Goals That Become A Lifestyle

In December a friend contacted me about a friend of hers that was planning a long-distance open swim along the East London coastline and was looking to connect with local open water swimmers to get intel on the coastline and possibly a boat and crew to assist her in...

The Importance of Maintaining Your Website

The Importance of Maintaining Your Website

A website that looks fresh, polished, and modern will instantly grab the attention of your potential audience.  Utilising search engine optimization (SEO) will certainly drive traffic to your beautiful website. But a lot goes behind the scenes in making sure your...

Updates around the new WhatsApp policy

Updates around the new WhatsApp policy

App updates are part and parcel of the many apps that we download onto our mobile phones. One of the most wide-spread apps that most of us use daily is the ever-popular WhatsApp messaging service. Recent updates to WhatsApp's privacy policy have however been put on...

Top Tips to Start 2021 on a Good Note

Top Tips to Start 2021 on a Good Note

The start of this new year hasn't been as smooth sailing for most of us as we would have wanted it to be nor could we have expected it to be, in light of current events. If you have particularly battled to ring in the New Year with optimism, you may require some...

How jelly sweets remind me to always be grateful

How jelly sweets remind me to always be grateful

As an avid runner and involved in many charity fundraisers over the years, a friend of mine based in Texas got hold of me to join her in a November Orphan Month awareness initiative. This required us to exercise daily for an orphan on a database in Zimbabwe. I loved...

Defying the Glass Ceiling in the Workplace

Defying the Glass Ceiling in the Workplace

It was Marilyn Loden, an American writer and diversity advocate, who first coined the term ‘Glass Ceiling’ during a 1978 speech. The phrase is a metaphor that pertains to upper-level workforce opportunities that are out of reach or impenetrable to women. The glass...

The Orphan Crisis: What are we doing about it?

The Orphan Crisis: What are we doing about it?

November is Orphan Awareness Month. According to stats SA, an orphan is defined as a child younger than the age of 18 years who has lost one or both of their parents by death, disappearance, or abandonment. Tragically, millions of children around the world become...

The Social Dilemma or The Parenting Dilemma

The Social Dilemma or The Parenting Dilemma

The world is in its Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and an international pandemic. If people weren’t already consumed by digital technology and smart devices before, they certainly are now. With roughly 4 billion people active and engaging with various social media...

Learnings from the Stoep

Learnings from the Stoep

Over the weekend of the 12th September, I attended an event in Graaff-Reinet known as Stoep Tasting (#ST20). What an amazing event for wine lovers, where wine farms set up on the ‘stoeps’ of restaurants, shops and hotels for a wine tasting experience. Wine Makers,...

Sticking to your lane

Sticking to your lane

I was in a meeting with a client recently where the bulk of the conversation consisted of corporate lingo - KPAs, KPIs, performance measurements and reviews. Having a corporate background, these terms and strategies are not new to me and are methods I have used over...

We Can Run

We Can Run

The year 2020 began like any other Imminent hopes and dreams Fireworks lighting up the sky with colour But something unexpected happened along the way A viral pandemic decided to stay For a while we managed, united as one Nothing could knock South Africa’s crown But...

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