The Cambridge Dictionary defines putting something into perspective as comparing it to other things to allow for a proper or accurate judgement or assessment. I had an Aha Moment about this that i would like to share with you today. The past two weeks have been extremely busy for me with a lot of travel.… Continue reading Put it into perspective
In a workshop I attended last week, each person was asked to write three things about themself, one of which was suppose to be a lie. My list was as below: 1. I have a degree in Economics 2. I have 6 sisters and 2 brothers 3. I am a Sunday school teacher Can you… Continue reading I think I might becoming like my mother…
School holidays are bitter-sweet for me. I will share the bitter first so that you have a sweet taste in the mouth afterwards.😊😊😊😊 My biggest concern is how do I keep three little people entertained for almost four weeks without breaking the bank? I also don't want them in front of the TV the whole… Continue reading When school is out
Sometime last year I graduated from our company's in-house leadership programme. Each graduate was asked to provide a citation of their achievements during the two year program and their career goals going forward. I had some really good achievements of projects I had led successfully. My problem was writing about it and having it read… Continue reading Can you own your success?
This past week i was in a workshop in Dubai organised by the Facebook Middle East and Africa office. I learnt in two days what would have taken me months but that's not the purpose of today's post. On the walls at the offices, there are different posters that speak to some of Facebook's beliefs… Continue reading If i wasn’t afraid…
Is it just me or there are other working mums out there that also experience motherhood guilt? Initially i thought the longer i was a mother, the easier it would get...but no. Next week Thursday i will be 6 years a mother and it has not really gotten better. Here are some of the things… Continue reading Experiencing motherhood guilt?… it’s perfectly okay..
Pre flight, aviation operators always announce that in case of emergency, you should fit your own oxygen masks first before assisting children or anyone else who might need help. You know why? Because without your own mask fitted, you cannot assist anyone else. As a mother it comes naturally for me to put the needs… Continue reading Fit your own mask first….
I wrote the first edition of Lessons From Motherhood back in December 2015. You can read it on this link Lessons from motherhood. Two years later, there are more lessons to share. 1. Back then i was all about easing the guilt of being away from my children by doing everything when i was around.… Continue reading Lessons from motherhood… update
This past week was my first back at work in 2018 after the holidays. I was feeling a bit (maybe very) overwhelmed trying to adjust after break. The real problem was that during the holidays we all relaxed and let go of our usual routines. The kids could sleep and wake up later and same… Continue reading “You got this mama…”
As part of the re-invention of this blog i am going to do a series on various 'mums in stilettos' from different parts of the world and how they are managing to keep all their balls in the air. This week I will feature a mom based in Brisbane Australia. Unlike our part of the… Continue reading Meet Rudo- Being authentically herself