• Blog,  Everyday Living

    For the love of onions

    (Previously published on 12th January 2015)   I am not sure I have met anyone yet that enjoys cutting onions. As much as I enjoy cooking, cutting onions is always a task. Like YIKES, do they make the eyes tear.. We all try to run from them sometimes, and even beg someone else to bear the cross on our behalf.…

  • Blog,  Health & Wellbeing

    Good Health is a Gift

    (Previously published on 12th January 2015) I recently had a friend over who made me giggle quite a bit. She sat on the bed laughing so hard at her phone that I had to ask what was so funny. Our conversation went something like this: Vivian: “Babe please share the joke ooo. Me too I want to laugh” Friend: “Meeeennn…

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    What you give value to has power over you

    (Previously published on 12th January 2015) This is certainly one life truth that I have learnt and will share. Until about 4 weeks ago when my most cherished ‘only 1 year old’ blackberry phone fell into hot soapy pedicure water to never come on again (you’ll probably have seen my FB cry out), I was an attached, hooked on, never…

  • Blog,  Personal Development

    Who are you?

    (Previously published on 12th January 2015)   So who are you? Sound funny? Let me explain…… In recent times I have come to see how so important it is to know who you are. I have found that many of us are shaped by culture, what we’ve studied, our circle of friends, our religion and even our experiences… And that…

  • Blog,  Everyday Living

    I smile

    (Previously published on 12th January 2015)   I smile with all my 32 I smile even if my heart bleeds I smile with joy and resilience I smile even if my tear buds rain I smile with great expectation I smile even if my jaw bones fail I smile with strength and hope I smile even if my teeth is…

  • Blog,  Personal Development

    Where is my vision helper?

    (Previously published on 22nd December 2014) Some time ago I was privileged to watch the movie “12 years a slave”. I would not lie to you – I fought so hard to fight back tears. Infact… I actually cried. I have to thank Steve McQueen for that movie. The truth is that each time I watch movies like this and…

  • Blog,  Inspiration & Advice

    Believe in me

    Believe in me As a young child I was not academically strong and did not have much belief in myself. My report cards were filled with P’s and F’s (Lol!), hardly any C’s or B’s and don’t even think as far as an A. I remember wanting to go into arts and studying the likes of Theatre Arts or Broadcasting.…