Right now, South East Asia is on lockdown, or it will be soon. The UK variant made its arrival about six weeks ago – and boy does this variant move FAST!
When we were in lockdown this time last year, I was determined to do the biggest home clean out I’ve ever done, but it didn’t happen
It’s 52 weeks of sharing my weekend reads and that’s gets a happy one year anniversary!! I have been so pleased by my community telling me they really value this content.
Hope is a challenge for many these days, and there are a lot of reasons why hope is hard to come by. The relentlessness of the pandemic is certainly having its way, but so is government apathy towards the climate crisis.
It was my lovely husband’s birthday yesterday, April 16th! For his 50th birthday last year, we were in lockdown and he got a Zoom party. So this year, I was determined to celebrate his 50+1 birthday, but after a recent Covid19 outbreak, we had to postpone the celebrations again. Bummed!!
A somber week with a third lockdown imminent, and do you know why? Because people decided it was a great idea to attend massive parties and they have turned into super spreading events
For the last year I have been inspired, devastated, and inspired again, especially witnessing so many amazing people doing so much to serve our community need in Phuket.
Last week I spoke about the need for the sisterhood to unite, this week, let’s talk about Manbassadors. What’s a manbassador?
In Australia, we are seeing mass protests because women are being raped and sexually abused by those in the highest halls of power. In the UK a young lady was murdered walking home at night
One of the many things I talk about is how invested we seem to be in dissecting/gossiping/judging other people’s lives, and yet, how can we ever know the true story of the life of another?