Wacky Wednesday

Hi Everyone! I hope the week is treating you well🙂

It’s the 2nd week of my school holiday and I’m still loving it😎 Lots of gym and relaxing. I will have to ease back into work in the next 2 weeks though, but that is future me’s problem!

My mom came up for a visit from the Eastern Cape, my home province. I love that my mom never allowed the delays and detours of life stop her from having the things that she wanted for herself, but that’s a post for another day🙂

Today, we adventured the city of Johannesburg tourist style! I love this city, its vibrance and beauty. I will never leave! Ok, maybe when I retire or when I visit other cities, lol. Johannesburg has come a long way and we can be very proud of ourselves!

Show me some sights from the city in which you live! I’d love to see😊

Thanks for reading!

7 Colours Sunday Lunch

Happy Sunday, dear readers! I hope you’ve had a fabulous weekend!

My favourite way of ending off my weekend is making a beautiful Sunday late lunch; yum yum!

Now, if you’re South African, you’ve heard of seven colours; a home-cooked colourful meal made up of a starch, meat and a variety of vegtables and or salads.

I’m gonna be honest; I have no idea what all the 7 colours are and I was raised to make this meal every Sunday and on special occasions😂 I can really only think of green, orange/yellow, red, white and brown; that’s only 5 colours. For me, if I have a green, orange/yellow, meat and starch, I’ve made 7 colours! Help me out here, if you’re South African, Please fill us in in the comments; WHAT ARE THE SEVEN COLOURS?!

My mom is visiting for the next 6 days or so and the older I’ve become, the more I treasure my time with her and the more I take in every little piece of advice she gives me about every little thing.

Today’s golden nugget is decifering the best tasting butternut or pumpkin off the rack. According to my mom, this 👇is not it! She was right, I boiled this, mashed it up added butter and sugar, and man, it was still terrible!

The rule is very simple when it comes to vegtables. The darker the colour, the better! I’ve learned my lesson and I’ll keep my eye out for better pumpkin in the future because, damn, this was terrible and I never want to taste it again!

Now about those 7 colours; South Africans! Comment below! What are 7 colours made up of?

Lyrical Challenge – Day 3

Happy Sunday, dear readers!

I’m so sad! Today is my last installment of the Lyrical Challenge 😕

Once again, thank you so much to OJ’s Pride for the nomination and be sure to read her blog!

The Lyrical Challenge rules are simple:

1. Thank the person who nominated you,

2. Share your favourite song/lyrics,

3. Nominate 3 other bloggers.

In the spirit of Sunday, I thought I’d share one of my favourite songs by Hillsong. A golden oldie! I love the imagery in the chorus! Enjoy it with me😊

Shout to the Lord by Hillsong Australia

Shout to the Lord

All the earth let us sing

Power and majesty

Praise to the King

Mountains bow down and the seas will roar

At the sound of Your name

I’ll sing for joy at work of your hand

Forever I’ll love You, forever I’ll stand

Nothing compares to the promise I have in You.

My nominations:



Insomniac Writer

Thanks for reading😊

Lyrical Challenge – Day 2

I’m back! Wow, OJ didn’t tell me how tough it is to choose just one song to share! That problem comes with being a word lover, I suppose. I hope you’ve checked out her cool blog though🙂. And I hope you are enjoying these posts as much as I am😊

A quick recap; the Lyrical Challenge works as follows:

1. Thank the person who nominated you,

2. Share your favourite song/lyrics,

3. Nominate 3 other bloggers

So, today, I picked lyrics from a song by Davido. It’s in Nigerian Pidgin, I think. Anyway, he describes a woman I’d like to be: an attractive woman with no interest in material things and chases after his heart. Love really does boil down to two people who want to be together. The rest is just decorative!

Aye by Davido
Cause you want my love o
She no want designer
She no want Ferarri
She say na my love o
You belong to meee
And I belong to her o
Oh babyyy!
You go killie somebody
They say love is blind
But I dey see am for your eyes o (o ee aa)

My nominations for today:

Afro Chic



I hope you’re having a beautiful weekend😘

Lyrical Challenge – Day 1

Afternoon Everyone!

As you know, Twitter is where cool things live and the 3 day Lyrical Challenge is no different! I couldn’t wait for Sunday so I thought I would start today until Sunday!

I had to be part of this, so I got myself challenged by OJ’s Pride. She has a great blog, you should check it out! Thanks so much for this opportunity, OJ!

So the rules to The Lyrical Challenge are simple:

1. Thank the person who nominated you,

2. Share your favourite song/lyrics,

3. Nominate 3 other bloggers.

Ok, let’s do this! My first song is actually an interlude so it’s short:

Newer Balance (freestyle) by Jhenè Aiko
I don’t need no other guy
Ever since you caught my eye
Oh you’re the only one I see
The only one that’s for me, my baby
And it would really be a shame
If you are just running game on me
Oh, baby please, baby please tell me it ain’t so, oh no
I got a strange feeling
That maybe I am dealing with a smooth player
Ooh, I’m praying

That you are who you are saying
Hope you are who you are saying

My 3 nominations are:




Thanks for reading 🙂 I’ll be back with a new song tomorrow!

End of Term!

It’s Midnight on my side of the world! Which means the end of the school term is a mere 12 hours away! Bare with me, I’ve been counting down for the last 2 weeks so I’m super excited!

There are a bunch of posts about a bunch of different things for you to look forward to during my 1 month ( yes, a whole month!!) break, so keep your eyes peeled and get ready to participate coz it’s gonna be liiiiiiiit!!!

I better go to bed, if I want to survive this long awaited day. Goodnight my weirdos! We’ll talk on Sunday😘

How to Survive the Week

I am the worst!! I completely forgot about our date please forgive me🙈

I struggle to get through the average adult week and often feel inadequate as a result. I’m convinced this is why we often struggle with depression as adults. So I’ve put together a quick list of things that take the edge off the average work week.

Set Realistic Goals

Nothing feels better than ticking tasks off on a list of daily things to do. It gives a sense of accomplishment and progress.

Switch It Up!

I enjoy having flexibility in my work and personal life. Nothing puts me off more than the same old routine day in and day out. I envy people who can have this kind of lifestyle on a daily basis. So I try to foster it even in my set-in-stone routine, be it, changing what I do at the gym or trying something new in the kitchen.


No one ever tells you this but it’s ok to rest! Take a break and do something you love even though you have piles of work to do! Read a book or go see a movie in the middle of the week! You can even be wild and go to bed early! That time you take off does wonders to re-energise and reboost your motivation!

There you have it! A very quick list! Try one and tell me what you think! Or add one in the comments section. I’d love to hear from you!