Closer to Home

We all are familiar with the phrase your home is where your heart is. Where you feel safe. Where you have protection against natural elements. Where you can cleanse, and fill your tummy with delicious things. It's also the place where we used to commune with others within an intimate…

On Holiday? In a Cage? Neither.

Within any work environment there's an ever present culture enforced by every day employees. Enforcing underlying ground rules (UGR's) knowingly or not, which are either empowering to the team, or completely destructive to the workforce and customer a like. Stef du Plessis is an amazing Key Speaker in South Africa,…

Passion must’ve led us this far

Have you taken note how the Design creatives within the Building industry had to change and adapt their business models - to accommodate the new modern constraints in light of COVID-19? Social media between Facebook and Instagram had been buzzing with insights, opinions, and encouraged innovation and compassion through online…

The Other elephant in the room

Have you ever considered the value of music within your Life? A novel? Piece of poetry? During the Early days of the coronavirus spreading globally - you saw everyone share compassionate Meme's towards our medical healthcare, and essential workers ; caught in the forefront of this Pandemic. Saying Thank you,…

What’s Your rush?

So many supposed to be special days had gone past only to be noticed as the day took place, that moment, that day. They all seem to mush together really well lately. Distinguished from one another only by nap, and the duration of it. Perhaps, even the changed alarm tone…

Feeling care-free again

Online gaming - my old friend we meet again... As some may know me from my gamer tag [ sTaRrYsKiTtLeS ] it's been quite some time since personally being involved. I did a hard quit-detached a few years back due to rage issues, and real life time constraints from 9h…

Not all who wonder are lost

Fresh air can do wonders to a drained mental state, as well as pushing the body to some physical tension just to be reminded what it's capable of. I can only imagine and share compassion towards the souls who did not have the ability to leave their homes, let alone…

Stranger thing’s actually Living

The strangest thing - the month's passed and I'm again still catching up with content on my social media. Not complaining at all - pure observation. It's proof that I chose to live life first, then find the moments to exploit socially later. Don't get me wrong - I've caught…

Sunlight’s always there.

Sometimes it's about letting nature do its thing. Almost sounds like the advice I'd shared earlier in 2019. >here< We haven't done much (if anything at all) in the garden since lockdown started. Neither as productive as we had hoped to be. That extra 2 hours a day, quickly turned…
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