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THE AFAKASI SCOOP
Don't know about you but for us three working Mummas by the end of the week (sometimes not even mid week) we just need to WINE-DOWN …. oh I mean WIND-DOWN! What better than to combine both! We pour ourselves a glass of wine or three and talanoa, vent, discuss and deliberate about current haps both personal and public.
Articles by the Afakasi Scoop
Understandably there is a lot of anxiety regarding many aspects of this pandemic but there are a few key things I have learnt since COVID reared its ugly head in Aotearoa that really helped me get through this current lockdown somewhat unscathed, and I would like to share three of these with you.
By Ria Reigns
Every girl dreams about who they’ll end up with - who their life long partner will be. The excitement of a new relationship, the endless possibilities, the hopes and dreams you hope to fulfill, your future kids you might have together.
When is Enough, Enough?
Suddenly I realised that I have had less freedom as an adult then I ever did as a teenager. The chains of my adulthood were the dangerous kind – the ones that no one else saw but me, the ones that suffocated my thoughts and my spirit.
By Ria Reigns
Times have changed. Technology has evolved. Cell phones are now a common accessory and the internet is easily accessible. Many children from intermediate level and higher have access to social media and group chats where messages, links, and images can be exchanged at the push of a button.
Is 13 Too Young to Talk to your Child about Sex?
Sunday was different, it seemed more peaceful than any other day of the week. My peace however was always disturbed by a common practice of the Pacific Island church that we attended and that was the reading out at each Sunday service the monetary contribution/tithing given by each family.