Thursday Thought 

I recently read an article on Business Insider explaining “Why 20-somethings are Miserable” . An interesting read indeed, it provided a bit of insight into the expectations and realities of life as a… Continue reading

Word of the Day

Flashover noun The moment a conversation becomes real and alive, which occurs when a spark of trust shorts out the delicate circuits you keep insulated under layers of irony, momentarily grounding the static… Continue reading

Beautiful Lucky

As I wrote a few weeks ago, in a Monday Motivation post, we were blessed with a beautiful puppy. We named her Lucky, after the fact that she was Lucky to have found… Continue reading

What’s Playing

TED CAZEY – SEVE Ted Cazey is one of my favourite artist’s at the moment.  Seve is the perfect summer song. In light of the summer starting here in South Africa, I thought… Continue reading

Wednesday Wisdom

The time to start anything is NOW. If you don’t have the tools or aren’t sure about something, start anyway. There is no more time for waiting Do what you can with what… Continue reading

Word of the Day

Vamoose -\vuh-MOOSS\- verb : to depart quickly In the 1820’s and ’30s, the American Southwest was rough-and-tumble territory – the true Wild West. But of course, for there was gold. English-speaking cowboys, Texas… Continue reading

Pisces and Proud

Mysterious and alluring individuals, most Pisces are extremely talented, but even though they are gifted in many ways, they still manage to spend most of their lives battling “confusing” conditions. Pisces is the… Continue reading

Word of The Day

  Tantivy -\tan-TIV-ee\ Adverb 1: at a gallop Tantivy is an adverb as well as a noun that refers to a rapid gallop. Unfortunately, it’s precise origin isn’t known but there is the… Continue reading

Making it in Life after School – A Post about Life Experience

First of all, I am going to declare that this here is the first blog post I have ever written. Needless to say, I am quite interested writing especially from the mind and… Continue reading

Word of the Day

Palpable  -\PAL-puh-bul\- adjective 1 : capable of being touched or felt : tangible 2 : easily perceptible : noticeable 3 : easily perceptible by the mind : manifest The word palpable has been used in English since the 14th century. It derives from the Latin word palpare, meaning “to stroke” or “to caress”—the same root that gives us the word palpitation. The Latin verb is also a linguistic ancestor of the verb feel. Palpable can be used to describe things that can be felt through the skin, such as a person’s pulse, but even more frequently it is used in reference to things that cannot be touched but are still so easy to perceive that it is… Continue reading