Today marks exactly 2 months since my return from Mount Kilimanjaro, a changed person as I thought at the time, but I was wrong. Climbing Kili and reaching the summit did not change me, I am still the same person who left to realise her childhood dream.
Age and experience are my new best friends. Often it's just wise to bite your lip, smile and have a glass of wine.
Close your eyes for a moment and think of a place that makes you feel peaceful and fills you with joy, a place that has changed the way you look at and experience life. When I was recently offered a vacation as a gift for my 50th birthday, I chose to return to the country [...]
I came across this blog, which I wrote in January 2016 and it has inspired me to share this and many other of my writing from previous years. It's incredible how powerful our minds are. I look at some of the things I have written about in the past and they are still so relevant [...]
Then there is the story behind my recent tattoo, my first ever and most likely the last … MUNAY …
When you have a childhood dream that still burns and tugs at your heart when you're an adult, you owe it to yourself to pursue and achieve this dream. Robert Cheeke To what lengths would you go to make your childhood dream become a reality? What would you do to make any dream become a [...]
Listen to my interview on Cape Talk with Sara-Jayne King.
My strength is that I care too much. It is also my biggest weakness.