Since I started writing this blog, my family, friends and readers have been getting in touch and asking me to read their stories or trending stories in the news and asking for my take on them - I must admit I do love delving into these stories and sharing my take on them. Last week, … Continue reading Where do you draw the line when it comes to financial support in relationships?
Last week, a colleague of mine drew my attention to the fact that it’d been a year since we first went into lockdown. I had become so used to my new normal that like many people, I had lost track of time and was simply waiting for lockdown to be lifted so we can meet … Continue reading Is it time for a reset?
When Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother in 1908 after her death, I don’t think she realised that a hundred years plus from that first memorial, her idea of honouring her mother’s memory would turn into something so widely commercialised. Anna, in her later years, seeing mother’s day so commercialised would try to … Continue reading Mother’s Day Celebrations and the Church.
International women’s day is tomorrow and I wanted to write about what it is to be a woman - however, I did not think this was a subject that could be captured in one post. As I thought about what to write, there were two stories in the news that caught my attention. One news … Continue reading We are celebrating women’s day but…..