Why it takes a village – helping young adults to build good long-term relationships & marriage (Pt 1 of 2)

Before the obvious educational establishments, before the rise of the Internet Search Engines, books and libraries were used to increase humankind’s knowledge. Before that, it was word of mouth from family members and community elders, along with cave and wall paintings. Books have lasted the test of time and are still used by those seeking … Read more Why it takes a village – helping young adults to build good long-term relationships & marriage (Pt 1 of 2)

Don’t Settle

We go through life with differing attitudes, our expectations can be positive, negative or a combination of both, depending on our past experiences, emotional/spiritual state and how we choose to deal with others. The saying “misery loves company”, is true, therefore it’s possible for miserable people to attract others and have a relationship. However, in … Read more Don’t Settle

Love and colour

Occasionally you read an article or quote, or hear someone on TV say that they don’t see colour. I think it’s one of the most ridiculous things that anyone can say, in an attempt to seem inclusive and ‘non offensive’. It’s a fact of life, human beings, whether male or female, come in various shapes … Read more Love and colour

Why it’s all about relationships

A few years back I was catching-up with one of my uncles, we began to talk on many of life’s issues (as we do) and he asked me what I was up to. He knew about our Cake business, but not much about FSAC, so I proceeded to share my passion about using my experiences … Read more Why it’s all about relationships

Our past

We all have one, lived at a variety of speeds, remembered clearly or selectively, with singular or repeated patterns and actions. Our past is a distinctive representation of what we have experienced (outside of our control) as well as what we did (by our own choices) with both positive and negative outcomes. Some want to … Read more Our past