Even if you know me well, you don’t know this

This was written as part of the 30 day writing challenge, @writersbootcmp) I don’t recognise (most) faces. It’s a real condition (prosopagnosia) and this author summed it up perfectly in The New York Times. I am...

My five favourite words

(This post is Day 2 of the @writersbootcmp writing challenge) I am not a lover of words like some people that I know (you know who you are, and yes I am rolling my eyes.)...

What I fear the most

(Day 3 of the 30 day Writer’s Challenge @writersbootcmp) Today we have been asked to write about what we fear most. In South Africa, we all have the same “usual” fears of being attacked, robbed,...

I can’t live without….

Day 4 of Writers’ Bootcamp challenge In my short (ha!) adult life, I have had to, at some point or another, had to live without things that most (including me) would consider essential to daily...

Writing prompt 1/365: Hangover

It doesn't take much alcohol to get me drunk, or at least light headed. But it does take a lot to make me drink it in the first place, especially in public. I don't...

Writing prompt 2/365: It’s a dog’s life

My father loved dogs, and my childhood home had at least two at any given time. They were such an integral part of my family, that I never supposed that having a family home...

Writing prompt 4/365: At the bar

I think I had a wasted youth, and that's not even a pun. Do I really not have any good "At the bar" stories or inspirations? Nope. I do not. As already covered, I am...

Writing prompt 5/365: Deodorant

I came across this wonderful post by Elen Seidman at LoveThatMax.com. In it, she recounts a loooong list of things that she notices/remembers on behalf of her family, starting with "I am the one...
Eve D.
46yo mother of two. Serial entrepreneur. Huge procrastinator. Million ideas, few hours. Needs constant reminding that thinking of doing something is not the same as actually doing it. Co-existing with a super-rare lymphoma (and winning!) . Winning at life in general, actually.