The world has gone crazy. My life is insane right now. I haven't been able to eat for 14 days now. Suffering with such severe abdominal pain. In the beginning I tried to force myself to have something but OMG... my digestive tract was angry. It threw a complete fit!!! Audible angry grumblings happened followed … Continue reading Small Wins. Addressing the attitude of ingratitude.
Working from home has now become almost the norm for most. However not everyone is used to working from home. It's new for alot of people and quite a lot of them are struggling. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that. Some people are not the "work from home" type and now have to adapt. … Continue reading Working from Home? A toolkit of resources to working from home!
Frustration, anger, sadness, anxiety, grief, a sense of being lost. These are just some of the feelings I am feeling right now. The best way I know how to deal with it, is to write about it. I apologise ahead of time if this upsets any of you. I need to figure out my “new … Continue reading I’m Struggling. I’m Lost.
The World still turns Chronicles I love children. Absolutely adore these little innocent souls. Yeah, you get a little naughty one but there are ways of dealing with children. I dont have any of my own but I have lots of nieces, nephews and Godkids. I am firmly against corporal punishment. I find creative ways … Continue reading Child Abuse on the rise. Sickening stories and what the Professionals say.
Alot more people are working from home. We are lucky enough to have technology where we are able to do this. We can almost run business as usual, performing daily tasks including meetings etc. However working from home is a little different, especially if you do it for long periods of time. Back in the … Continue reading Working from home : Tips for staying sane and waist up fashion for Zoom meetings!
In South Africa we prepared for a twenty one day lockdown. Before we even hit this date we were told by the President that lifting the lockdown at twenty days would be premature and very risky. It was then further extended to the end of April. Emotions ran high. Twenty one days had seemed like … Continue reading Mental Health Monday: Mental Health in Lockdown
Now I may not be a mom but I have I have lots of babies (some of them are grown but are still my babies. Always will be) in my life. I have the amazing role of being adored, the fun aunt/godmother, the confidant and so much more ... plus no disciplining! Although I have … Continue reading Lockdown: The Kids Conundrum
Let me say that I almost, almost ugly cried when the President announced that the lockdown would be extended. Instead I just sat there in horror. My rational mind says this needs to be done but we are human after all. Everything is crazy and the feeling of normalcy is what we all crave. So … Continue reading Lockdown Day umm: Quarantine hair, Help you can use for kids’ mental health, lockdown with your concubines and a covert operation.
Lockdown has got me going loco! I've developed lockdown loco. Since we live up on a hill against the nature reserve, we've been having many little visitors. Of the insect kind. In our house I am the go to person for these intruders. Hubs literally shrieks when insects visit. Okay, fine the insects are big. … Continue reading Lockdown Day 11: Critical Global News you missed because of Corona coverage
Hello Inmates! It's Day 5. What day of the week it is? No idea. I had to go check my phone for this info. I guess it's because there's no point? Where am I going? What appointments or get togethers am I going to? "To the window! To the wall!" Yeah that's about it. In … Continue reading Lockdown Day 5: A message from a friend gives me a different perspective on the lockdown…