An Anxiety Attack

There’s a thought that now constantly haunts me – how well would I fair as a foreigner who is so obviously foreign? Would I make it?

Covid-19 Pandemic Lockdown Jams

When the lockdown was first announced, we had just moved houses after a year of being neither here nor there. We were looking forward to truly starting our lives, to finally unpacking our suitcases after 6 years of living and working in different countries (or in my case, 13 years), and to finally owning a…

From Walking Enthusiasts To Instagram Influencers?

My whole career has been me trying to find the balance between making ends meet, using my talent, and working for an organisation that truly makes a difference. This has meant that every now and then I have an existential crisis and give a good think to what else I could be to stay relevant….

N-N-1: The Quarantine Edition

Originally posted on The View from a Drawbridge:
For several years now, I’ve participated in a delightful photography/creative writing experiment that was created by two of my favorite bloggers, Anju, who writes This Labyrinth I Roam, and Norm, who writes Classical Gasbag. They thought it would be interesting to see what people all over the…

Guest Post: Midnight All Day

I’m so honoured to introduce you to one of the women who has a piece of my heart since I was a raggedy teen trying to figure out who I was. She took it, nurtured it, and it now blossoms the way it does because of her. Mary is the Maze to my labyrinth. As…