There is something about consistent posts, they get a lot of engagement! It’s much easier writing up our travels during this festive break when not in my regular routine and I have enjoyed the process.
After the success of my post on traveling to Marseille with my child and commitment to blog more on some of our activities follows this short…
I’ll share about our #notsosolotravels to inspire more women to travel independently alone or with their kids guilt free.
Like learning to drive, you stop looking at the cost and think, until I get my license, that was my mindset with acupuncture and pressed on for many months until I took a pause as life happened.
I share this because as an African woman I am looking for these fertility stories and don’t see them. I am writing this because I was inspired after listening to Dr Zoe on the Fertility Life Raft. A few months ago a ‘black’ female blogger was talking about how she had comments from women in their 30s struggling to conceive and she said she couldn’t understand why they’d waited?!
I said “you need to motivate me”. His reply, “you need to motivate yourself” and a long discussion ensued.
Last year I observed my interactions with people and noticed that I was the one who usually shared things about my life freely. I realised that…
I find myself looking at July fast approaching and the end of the year in sight and asking myself what I’ve accomplished! Such an anxiety inducing mindset and not helpful.
I told her I should charge her for it, and also said “I know that I am good at ‘telling people what to do’ and a friend suggested I rephrase that to giving advice”. Which naturally led me to look at being a life coach. As I truly believe that what I do is so much more than ‘giving advice’ I dismissed that last year as I looked at some (life coaches) and issues around authenticity, accountability and credibility came to mind.
I am conflicted about animals in captivity. My first visit to London Zoo I was 8 or 9 on holiday from Zimbabwe. I found it fascinating.