August marks the beginning and the end of awful and good things. August has been a painstakingly long month. So much has happened during these 31 days. Heartbreaks, treason and new beginnings. August made me wonder, question and cry over the choices I have made over the last few months. Let's start by the end, … Continue reading Three Things – August 2019
The time I had after completing my A-levels and the beginning of university life also known as holidays has allowed me to try various jobs. The first one being a supervisor in a food processing factory, a waitress, a photographer and finally a teacher. As May ended, my previous high school offered me an internship. … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Teacher
I did my first trail on the 30th of June 2019, and honestly I was stressedI am no morning person, even less someone who listens to the radio.So two days before the D-day, I decided it was time to prepare myself. I did some ro...
As spring blooms in the northern hemisphere, the southern end of the earth knows a darker fate. Winter has come, and it's here to stay. The month of May does not call for celebrations, instead, hot chocolates and long mornings should be the remedy for these dark, gloomy and cold days ahead. Unfortunately, not all … Continue reading Three Things – May 2019
During the holiday season, most teenagers seek a part time job to either afford some luxuries they have been dreaming about a whole year or to help their parents in the financing of school materials. The lucky (or unlucky ones; you tell) might end up working for a relative. Working for a relative include various … Continue reading Should You or Should You Not Work for a Relative
As from the 8th March 1917, women's day is celebrated internationally. We are in 2019 and the tradition has withheld the toil of time. Is it still worth the deal if the 364 days left belong to men? This is no feminist blog. If you think about it, you would soon come to realise that … Continue reading Is Women’s Day Still worth the Penny?
February has been a month rich with emotions. Since the very beginning this month was filled with various promises. The Honourable Mrs Leela Devi Dookun-Luchoomun; announced the names of the laureates. Surprisingly enough, I heard my name. The screams came out first, then the tears and finally, the unexpected happened...
Rodrigues also known as La Cendrillion des Mascareignes(literally the Cinderella of the Mascarene) is an island of approximately 108-square kilometers which lies at the far east of Mauritius at 560 kilometers.
" A cyclone warning class 1 is in force in Rodrigues... " the local radio announces on Saturday the twenty second of December."