Frozen (Shoulder)-Let it go -Part 1

Today I want to write about my frozen shoulder. I have been dealing with this the past 4, almost 5, months and I receive very mixed reactions when I tell people what is wrong with me. The telling people part is inevitable as I am walking around with my arm in a sling and off… Continue reading Frozen (Shoulder)-Let it go -Part 1


Tea House in a Tree

I like it when my husband says "I want to take you somewhere", this means adventure, explore and new places. On this particular day it was a new Tea Garden which we later found out was not officially opened yet. The grand opening would happen a week later. The Tea Garden is situated on The… Continue reading Tea House in a Tree


Bril Trunk Show #brilmynou

What is a trunk show? I have never heard of it till I saw this event advertised. So, what do we do if we do not know the meaning of something-ask Google and they will direct you to Wikipedia. So, according to Wikipedia -"A trunk show is an event in which vendors present merchandise directly to store… Continue reading Bril Trunk Show #brilmynou


Happy Diaversary – Class of ’86

Today, 33 years ago on 3 October 1986 I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. I am actually at a bit of a loss for words. 33 years is a long time. I turn 34 in November. I want to cry a little. I have so many feelings on this day. Today I went and… Continue reading Happy Diaversary – Class of ’86


Diary of a fat kid 1.0

Monday, 12 August The day had it's challenges, but nothing exciting happened. I did take my mother-in-law for a very fast paced shopping spree in Malmesbury during my lunch. I am so proud. Sometimes I surprise myself how fast I can actually move. Look, food is not my friend, yet, and lunch was 4 slices,… Continue reading Diary of a fat kid 1.0


Stephen Smit – A cancer survivor

Account Manager (Distribution Company) You are a cancer survivor and how you dealt with it is why I admire you so much, tell us your story. If anything, my story should be a cautionary take of always getting a 2nd or 3rd opinion if you have a medical issue that does not go away. I have… Continue reading Stephen Smit – A cancer survivor


My favourite local shops #supportlocal

You can ask my husband any time and he will say I have a problem. Well, two actually. I love local, handmade arts, crafts and products and I absolutely love online shopping. I am a big fan of supporting locally produced goods. South African creators have so much to offer and these people/creators make me… Continue reading My favourite local shops #supportlocal