I’m Helping my Children Celebrate Their Covid-19 Anxieties AwayChildren have a life too, and their mental health mattersPhoto by Solen Feyissa on UnsplashNews of Melbourne’s second lock-down increased my children’s Covid-19 induced anxiety, requiring parenting creativity in how we dealt with it. With trembling lips, our 5-year-old put down his dinner spoon, stared teary eyed at … Continue reading I’m Helping my Children Celebrate Their Covid-19 Anxieties Away
Photo credit: choosingwisdom.org The rant Do not offend meI am them; I am theyI am she; I am heI am known; I am mysteryI am myself; I am not myself I do not know who I am Do not offend meI am ageing; I am youthfulI am ageless; I am growing I’m vibrant; I am … Continue reading Do Not, Offend me
My father saved me from being thrown away at birth, which makes me grateful to be alive! Today, I honour my father. Were it not for him, I would still be digging up sweet potatoes in the village. Now, I do enjoy digging up sweet potatoes. The trouble with that however, is the only thing … Continue reading Life, Love and Grief: Why my Father was my Rescuer
An versatile body butter, who would not like? A friend has been hounding me for this recipe since I introduced her to the delights, convenience and luxury of this butter. Have you ever slathered something on your face that felt like comfort, like an embrace? Well, this is it, I finally got to it (sorry … Continue reading Face and body butter: My ultimate all rounder.