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There’s an awful lot of stuff on social media about how you have to TAKE

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I don’t really give award ceremonies much thought, in the sense that I think that

Mothers Day

It’s nearly Mothers’ Day again and I miss my mum. There I said it. I

Feeling Meh Featured Image

I have a distinct case of the mehs. I couldn’t be bothered to work on

Coffee Featured Image

Coffee. It is one of my great loves (after books and my cats and my

Dr Sindisiwe Van Zyl Featured Image

In Memorium – Dr Sindisiwe Van Zyl – 1976-2021 I’ve spoken (at length) about the

The Old Oak Tree Featured Image

We have been in one or another form of lockdown for over a year now,

Happiness Fetaured Image

I realised last week that I was happy. Yes, it probably was after I was

Three Clicks

There’s so much innovation around these days that it’s hard to keep up. As a

Injection Featured

This blog post was supposed to be about celebrating micro wins. I read about this

Amy and I with author Gail Schimmel at the launch of The Pact at Love Books Features

I had coffee with Amy Heydenrych at the Service Station last Monday and she oh-so-casually

Drug of Choice Featured Image

My Drug of Choice – You know that feeling when you can’t bear to put

Reach Out Featured Image

It’s been five months since we left the big smoke to do anything. FIVE WHOLE

No offence Featured image

If you find yourself about to use these words, it’s probably a good time to

Kololo Hill Featured Image

I had the very good fortune of meeting Neema Shah on an authors’ group I

Time for a change

I’m fond of asking busy people if they are “Good Busy” or just “Busy, Busy”.

Borders Opening

Home Affairs Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi leads the deployment of senior managers of the Department

Ideas for Valentines or Galentines Day from Love Books

Seeing it is Valentine’s Day on Sunday and Galentine’s Day tomorrow, I thought I’d talk

Have a purpose Featured Image

Have a purpose. I got that phrase from Joe Biden’s memoir Promise me, Dad –

Yes. Even Covid.

While we were busy complaining about 2020, 2021 was like “hold my beer” (but don’t