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GUEST POST – Kids are like dogs, Teens are like cats

“I just realized that while children are dogs—loyal and affectionate—teenagers are cats. It’s so easy to be a dog owner. You feed it, train it, boss it around.  It puts its head on your knee and gazes at you as if you were a Rembrandt painting. It bounds indoors with enthusiasm when you call it. Then, around age 13, your adoring puppy turns into a big old cat. When you tell it to come inside, it looks amazed, as if…

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THE EMPTY ROOMS – Savour the moments

The post below got trending a few weeks ago, it was shared on various platforms. I am not certain whose work it is originally, nevertheless, I appreciate the thoughts behind it. This post greatly inspires me and serves as a reminder to deliberately live in the now; appreciating every moment and time spent with our children.  It is good to visualize the future but also important to enjoy the present. Do not be a part of the crowd that always anticipate the…

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MARRIAGE SEMINAR 101

Few ago weeks, hubby and I attended a marriage seminar. It was a fun filled and a really hilarious session. It was more of a refresher course for us and a reminder to be consistent in the ‘good’ we were doing to each other, while improving on the areas we slacked. We had a good time laughing at the examples given by the facilitators and even most questions and the answers discussed. Not to mention, that most of the issues…

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IT’S RAINY … IT’S POURING… – WHY DOES IT RAIN?

It was certainly going to be another rainy day, the light drizzle and heavy clouds confirmed that the downpour today will be heavy as it has been all week. My daughters and I hurried from the balcony to the car, covering the short distance with quick strides while trying unsuccessfully to shield our heads from the drizzle with our hands. As I made to unlock the door so we can all get sheltered, my younger daughter asked “mummy,  why is it raining?”  I…

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