7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Tying The Knot

Next month I am celebrating 10 years of marriage to my best friend. Can you believe it! Where has the time gone! To celebrate all things wedded bliss, I’ve decided to share one of the articles I completed for the launch issue of The Christian Lifestyle Magazine, published in April 2017.

Writing For SEO: What’s the Big Deal?

When you start a business, or better yet, take the leap to get your website off the ground, there are quite a few things you need to consider to make both your business and your website work for you. You may have heard the term ‘SEO’ being thrown around before, but what does it mean,…

Togetherhood: Help for the Quirky Kid

The saying is true that you need a village to raise a child. And so, over the past 18 months, I have written numerous parenting articles as a contributing writer over at Togetherhood – the ideal forum for parents of quirky kids.

New York City in Full Colour

After a whirlwind trip to the USA, I’ve seriously been procrastinating this blog post, because frankly, how do I even begin to put into words what New York City is all about. So I decided to use some of my favourite pics to tell the story instead…

God’s Upside Down Kingdom

Almost a decade ago, I interviewed the acclaimed international singer, Nicole C Mullen through her involvement in the Beauty For Ashes Movement. Here’s my #TBT with a little blast from the past from 2009…

Up Close And Personal With Ernie Smith

Over the years I have had the opportunity to interview and hear from a variety of influential people making a real mark in their areas of speciality. Ernie Smith is one such musical powerhouse with a gentle soul. As an award-winning South African contemporary jazz icon, he continues to place Africa on the map through…

The New Buzz Words We Can’t Get Enough Of In 2018

I don’t know about you, but my fascination with words began way before I could even read or write. I remember coming home from school distraught at learning that the foamy stuff you wash your hair with was actually called Shampoo and not Shampool… even though the latter’s reference to water seemed more appropriate to…