• Expression Rider Interview

    Hello Lovely Humans πŸ™‚ I thought that I would share this interview that I did with Expression Riders recently on my blog. It’s all about how I started surfing and surfing in CapeTown…pretty much everything surf-related. If you enjoy it, please go and give it a thumbs up or leave a little comment πŸ™‚ Enjoy x

  • Resolutions & Revelations

    β€œThis is a new year. A new beginning. And things will change.” – Taylor Swift Wow, 2015 already! We made it guys…you & me! Just because it is a brand spanking new year does not mean that everything from now on will sail smoothly like rainbows & unicorn poops, nope. Unfortunately, each new year comes with it’s challenges and difficulties that we must once again learn to overcome, to conquer, and that way we can make ourselves stronger only to eradicate the next challenge that lies in our path. But with the bad comes the good, I am positive that along with the tears comes the laughing from deep within…

  • Why I Love To Surf

    For many, the concept of chasing waves up and down the coast, or ultimately around the world, checking forecasts, putting on and taking off a tight unflattering neoprene onesie, and then sitting in the ocean waiting for waves may seem like an absurd idea, let alone fun. For the few but rapidly growing members of the population, this concept seems like the only reasonable way to live life. For us, the salty ocean, burny red eyes, dry crusty hair, burnt faces and sore shoulders is the most satisfying feeling. For ages, people who don’t surf or have any affiliation with the ocean ask , ‘Why do you do it?’. This…

  • Give Us a Chance

    This is an article that I wrote earlier last year and thought that I would share it on my blog! I was lucky enough to have it published in a women’s American surf mag called ‘WSSM’. Please note that since the time of writing, figures, earnings and even my outlook has since changed however I still think the general aim of the article is important! I’m no feminist. Don’t get me wrong though, I stand up for women and their equality in society but it’s not exactly an issue that swirls around my head daily and makes me want to start a protest armed with hairdryers, curlers and lipstick, although…