To my praying grandmother
This blog is about and for the woman that made me who I am today. My grandmother was a God-fearing woman. Growing up, I remember it was like second nature hearing her in prayer as I would walk by her room each day, no matter the time or the occasion, she was in prayer for everyone in the family. Most Fiji
Home away from home…
I have not seen my parents in 973 days but who’s counting… From 2015, when I was 15, I had lived in Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia with my parents and my little sister. Growing up with parents that often work abroad, I have been gifted with the wealth of experience that only travel can give. One of downsides of this
In the recent released game Elden Ring by FromSoftware, once you finish the tutorial stage you are lead to a door which opens to the first area of the game called Limegrave and you are greeted with a breath taking view. So was the picture in mind of the three months paternity leave until I walked a bit further and was butchered by the Tree sentinel (A
Our favourite Pre-Pandemic moments
What is your favourite pre-pandemic memory? This week we asked the team to share memories and pictures from before the pandemic, and reflect on what they mean now.
Dream come true..sort of…
Work from Home has its pros and cons, so I talk about how the team, my family members and my friends have helped me be comfortable in this situation
Falling back in love with myself – my wellness journey
Read more about Miri's brave and vulnerable journey back to loving herself
Coping with living alone during a pandemic
Normally living alone is great, it’s manageable, but after the third week of staying away from family, work-family, and friends, this was eating up my sanity. So now that reality had set in, “living alone” was not fun anymore because of these restrictions. I had to reposition myself to face facts, this was not going anywhere, anytime soon, the new
A tale from Yasiyasi
I wake up, shower, brush my teeth, get dressed, pack my bag, phone, keys put my shoes on and I'm out of the house waiting to catch the bus to work. Let's try that again
3 Steps to surviving lockdowns with your family like a BOSS
Read about Ronna’s struggle with working from home, with 2 kids, work, marriage, running a home and the 3 steps that she finally took to get some sense, sanity, order and organisation.
Unlearning how to work from home – tears, tantrums and small victories.
Karen shares the ten things she has recently unlearned on navigating the chaos when working from home.