So January is possibly the worst month of the year for everyone, generally. It's the post Christmas/New Year overspend, back to school and everyone forgets that back to school means extra expenses like stationery, uniforms, sign up fees etc. I completely forgot that ALL my debit orders had increased slightly with the new year and … Continue reading January, toight like a Tiger
I have written numerous blog posts about my depression, when I was still on Instagram my stories where filled with tips and honest posts about life with depression and anxiety. I have also posted about the Magnesium making such a marked impact on my ability to manage my depression and thought I'd do an update … Continue reading Supplimentation for Depression
If I could explain how different this December has been in comparison with last December you'd be amazed. Our 2018 started with our 10 month old having major cardio-thoracic surgery to repair his Morgagni Hernia, so our December before the operation was spent trying to keep him healthy and out of the wind. Which meant … Continue reading The December stay-cation.
I don't know about you but having small kids feels like a bit of a circus at times. The constant activity, the music (from toys or T.V.) and the amount of balls moms juggle makes me feel like I'm a clown at times. So then we decided to adopt another puppy. It's okay, I can … Continue reading I just joined the circus.
Biscotti, the love of my life. Truly, this little sugary rusk-type biscuit is life, and I have the easiest recipe to make them at home!
I never thought I'd be one of those acronym people. The closest I've come to remembering anything of the sort, up until now is, Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance. Which, technically, isn't an acronym, but helps me stay focused when I have something big ahead of me. H.A.L.T. however, has saved my life. H.A.L.T. stands … Continue reading The acronym that saves my life.
Popped into our local market on Saturday morning to get a bunch of fynbos flowers that were on special and discovered that the same stall sells fresh farm produce! I was so happy. Bunches of spinach, little pumpkins, flowers and a wonderful old man selling his wares. I paid R50 for a bunch of flowers, … Continue reading Home made Spinach and Feta Quiche