There is a lot of advice out there on choosing your Most Important Actions above and beyond your To DO list. Doing the things that will allow you to really get ahead with your plan in life first and foremost! I find thing advice EXTREMELY difficult to follow. With my interests branching out in all sorts of directions, most that don’t link up at all, I have so many things to work on. Choosing only a few to really make an impact on my goals seems impossible! So I have chosen to name my MIA’s for the next few weeks… drum-roll…
Starting off right; getting out of bed on the right side; beginning with a bang; putting your best foot forward…
Every major project, event, business, etc. you want to get it off to a good start! You prepare, plan and hope that it goes well right from get go. But why only for the big stuff??
This year will be my third year attending AfrikaBurn. A regional Burning Man event based in the Karoo, South Africa. Yay!! And with only 44 days until the San Clan burns (the main burn of the event), our preparations are starting to kick into full speed. With all this focus on what is going to happen there this year, I have decided to take a time out and have a look at the last two burns I have been to. Continue reading
Everybody has things to which they always said “yeah, I’d like to do that”. Call it a Bucket list, call it whatever you like… I feel that it is necessary to write these things down, and continuously update the list as is grows/things get done.
And so with that, here’s my list: Continue reading
Fixing up a car twice your age is a really confusing process! I am constantly learning new things, and nodding to words that could mean “we are taking your un-mechanic ass for a ride”. So far our introduction into mini mechanics has been a whirl of information, but it is really an exciting process! Continue reading
When I was 13, I went on a school camp that affected me in more ways that I probably even know. I remember very few details of the camp, but certain moments stand out like photographs of both a place and a feeling. This particular photograph is the story of how I learnt about regret and conquering fear. Continue reading