08/02/2021 The weather today, depicts my mood. We moved to this beautiful part of our country, Underberg/Himeville, Kwa-Zulu Natal, on the 13th of January this year. It was supposed to be the start of our new lives. We came here with so much hope. Although it has been almost a month since we arrived, weContinue reading “Loss to Last a Lifetime”
This past week, of all weeks, with soaring summer temperatures, I decided to experiment with wearing something black on my person every day. I am honing what I love and what works best for me and my wardrobe. In this process, I am forcing myself to wear things that might not seem like the correctContinue reading “A Week of Black Outfits in the Summer.”
As we embark on our trip to Underberg, a sleepy farming community at the foothills of the Sani Pass that takes you to the mountain kingdom of Lesotho, I can’t help but feel certain excitement. You won’t understand what I’m talking about unless I share a bit of our back story. Just over 11 yearsContinue reading “It’s our time…”
Change can be really difficult. Sometimes we don’t have a choice – like being in lockdown, but mostly change start with a feeling of dissatisfaction. An overall discontent with something specific, or in my case – life in general. I have a blanket of annoyance over me and I think I am not the only one. With all activities stopped so abruptly we all are re-evaluating what the things are that give our lives meaning.
Belinda and I were chatting on Wednesday (yay for video calling) and we were playing the what if game. What if things change so much during and after this pandemic that there will be permanent positive transformation. It is so easy for me to just look at the loss of income and the feeling of being disconnected, that I sometimes forget that there could possibly be positive change.
This is my latest video I created in my journey to a more edited closet. I’ve wanted to create a capsule wardrobe for quite some time. No more excuses. We have the time and all the motivation now…