Striking the Right Life Balance

There are two types of people: those who spend money on things and those who spend money on experiences. Scrolling through Facebook a few months ago, I saw an image with this statement. It has stuck with me since. Yesterday, I was discussing the concept with one of my best friends. We were bemoaning the... Continue Reading →


When Friends Become Strangers

There is a famous quote that says "Real friends don't have to speak to each other daily to remain in each other's hearts always". Although this is true, I find that through the changes in life I have grown apart from my real friends. This is a reality that saddens me. What is life without... Continue Reading →

Under Advisement

In my devotions this morning, I was reading the story of Rehoboam in 2 Chronicles 10 and it amazed me that Rehoboam was foolish enough to disregard the good advice the elders were giving him and instead following the advice of his counterparts. Rehoboam was Solomon's son who ¬†succeeded him as king immediately following his... Continue Reading →


The key element of any relationship (intimate or platonic) is trust. We believe that we can trust our friends and our spouses with our secrets. We trust that our parents will look out for our best interests. We trust that our spouses will remain faithful. We trust so many people in so many ways. But... Continue Reading →

Reclaiming Your Identity

When you have been in a relationship with someone for an extensive period of time, people view both you and your partner as one even if you aren't married. One thing that I have been struggling with and that annoys me greatly is the fact that no matter how long ago your relationship has ended,... Continue Reading →

The Value of Friendships

As time progresses and our lives take us in different directions, it often gets harder to maintain the friendships we have formed. There is one very important thing that I have learnt in life regarding friends matter where you go or who you become your true friends will always be by your side. Distance... Continue Reading →

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