How To Manage Your Digital Afterlife

Manage Your Digital Afterlife If the psychologist Carl Jung was alive today, he may have said, your digital world is your shadow. In many ways it’s the best representation of your personality and your aspirations because of its interactive nature. When you misrepresent yourself, Read More →

Share books with a child on World Book Day

World Book Day South Africa This World Book Day SA, try these tips to get your children reading at home – a great way to influence your child’s educational success! Get reading with your children this World Book Day SA “Read this to me, please!” Read More →

SA Government Announces New Climate Watch System

South African energy crises The South African government has announced it intends to set up a new ‘climate watch system’ to monitor environmental change and help overcome regional environmental challenges. According to Deputy Minister for Water and Environmental Affairs, Rejoice Mabudafhasi, the new framework Read More →

Evaluating Telecommuting over Flexi Working Hours

Mobil Recently I was asked about the latest trends in mobile working also known as telecommuting. Some of my reflections are inspired by the outrage from Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer banned telecommuting. In most cases people were ranting and raving that Read More →

CyberBullying – What Parents Can Do To Help Children

Cyberbullying cellphones statistics gauteng When you’re being bullied, the mindset is “I’m the victim” so replace that with “they’re just teasing me” and learn to ignore them. Everyone has teased someone else in their life. We’ve all thought bad thoughts about ourselves and other Read More →

Not All Thieves Are Stupid

Ramon Thomas South African Inspirational Speaker This gives us something to think about with all our new electronic technology. GPS A couple of weeks ago a friend told me that someone she knew had their car broken into while they were at a football game. Their Read More →