There it is. The finish line. The bright yellow ribbon glitters in the sunlight as we speed towards it. If you have ever run any type of race whether that be a 100m sprint or a marathon, at this point you are exhausted. You know you are only one or two steps away from making … Continue reading 5 Seconds before the finish line
Seriously this! (The quote reads the same as the title.) About the Author Sarina often sat on the peaks of the dunes of Southern Africa watching the ocean tide drift in. A day-dreamer, often dreaming up stories for lands somewhere over the rainbow. She is a mother, a wife, a blogger and an overall creative … Continue reading Do more of what makes you happy!
These day’s we have Apps for everything. We have Apps to help our babies sleep, there are Apps to read our news on, Apps for our fitness and Apps and Apps. What about an App to make you happy? Happiness, it’s a bit vague. It’s subjective. It’s elusive and you’d say there is no App … Continue reading App #review – #Gratitude Garden
"He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.” - Jesus Even if you are not familiar with the bible, you are most likely familiar with that quote from it. Mostly it would be quoted as follows “Let him who is without sin, cast the first stone.” It’s a … Continue reading Judgement is an ego thing
“Above all, she is a human being” Bloggers, we sometimes do a weird thing. We refer to ourselves in the third person. Especially when we are writing an “about the author” section of a post or blog. It’s a style thing. In that same breath, have you ever checked the bio section in twitter? Any … Continue reading The Label we forget
Rainbows are magical, it’s a cliché if I may. promises, wishes I pray. they’re a portal To a better world for those of us who are mortal. *** If blue birds fly, why oh why can’t I? *** Rainbow nation. I had a dream. Rainbows are magical. So they say. Unicorns, kittens and the sparkling … Continue reading Rainbows are magical
Chocolate won't solve your problems, yet neither will an apple. This post links to a month’s long daily blogging challenge, during November. See who else has signed up to be a Little Pepper HERE. It’s called NANO POBLANO/ NaBloPoMo. About the Author Sarina often sat on the peaks of the dunes of Southern Africa watching … Continue reading Food for thought on chocolate
We want to burn on, not burn out! - Joyce Meyer This post links to a month’s long daily blogging challenge, during November. See who else has signed up to be a Little Pepper HERE. It’s called NANO POBLANO/ NaBloPoMo. About the Author Sarina often sat on the peaks of the dunes of Southern Africa … Continue reading Burn on!
It’s the aroma of coffee, which makes this such a popular drink, don’t you think? My eyelids close ever so slightly as I breathe in the fragrance of the moment. Then an acute awareness strikes me. I’m not alone. It’s at this moment, if we were having coffee, I’d look at you and smile somewhat … Continue reading If we were having coffee at the halfway mark
MiniMe recently requested one of the stories in the H.C. Anderson collection of fairy-tales. As the title suggests, it was of-cause the tale of the Ugly Duckling. The Anderson fairy-tales are one of the most well-known across the globe. Many have been translated into different languages. My own book is written in German, so pardon … Continue reading How transformational is the ugly little duckling, really? How this fairy tale actually relates to life.