Online you can find multiple lists of things that you are advised to do whilst going through the pain of a break up. Many people going through this process, especially after a long term relationship, may go out and make the same mistakes. As I am newly going through this process myself I am going to give you a list of 5 things I will NOT be doing after mine: 1. Maintaining animosity
The first reaction when someone you love breaks up with you is to be bitter and argue. This i
People always have a lot to say about mental illness. Whether they are a sufferer or not there are endless posts about coping stategies and lists that empathise with the reader showing them how the author suffers too and that the struggle that they feel every day is not in vain. I have contemplated over the past week as whether to write a post that is in the same vein, but instead I have decided to write my own story of what living with a mental illness means. This may not re
1. You still use Twitter
The type of social media you use could clearly help determine whether you are an 'old' millennial or not. On a recent trip to Amsterdam I met a 22 year old dutch guy who was stunned that I still used Twitter. He said that they no longer used it there and that Snapchat and Instagram were the young twenty-somethings social platforms of choice. To be honest this guy doesn't have a Facebook and therefore I severely judge most of what he says - it is toda
Taken from my blog thecoffeeshopdiaries A four hour drive north of Johannesburg nestled deep in a town called Sabie, you will come across some of the most beautiful landmarks you have ever seen. An abundance of waterfalls, canyons and potholes that date back to the colonial gold-mining age that the area is so well known for. Those who know where to look also know of another secret that this town holds; Sabie Valley Coffee.
Owners Tim and Kim Buckland run Sabie Valley Coffee
(Taken from my Wordpress blog) Do you remember the feeling of coming downstairs on Christmas morning and the overwhelming sensation that something magical had just occurred? Your five year old self retracing the footsteps of an overweight man who had just been down your parent’s chimney to leave you gifts? Being an adult, this is admittedly now an odd concept. Seeing and understanding the darker sides of life is something that kills the magic in our lives. No longer is Santa