A Career in Forensic Science

A Career in Forensic Science

In South Africa, the majority of career paths in the forensic science field are associated with the South African Police Service (SAPS). If you want to pursue Forensic Science as a career, consider the following: Do you have the necessary skills such as analytical skills, detail-orientated, high concentration levels? Do you enjoy problem-solving or investigating? … Continue reading

40 Tips for an exceptional life

40 Tips for an exceptional life

Exercise daily. Get serious about gratitude. See your work as a craft. Expect the best and prepare for the worst. Keep a journal. Plan a schedule for your week. Know the 5 highest priorities of your life. Say no to distractions. Drink a lot of water. Improve your work every single day. Get up at … Continue reading

Put your rain boots on

Put your rain boots on

Originally posted on College SA Blog:
“In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.” – Albert Camus Winter is upon us. Each day, it is getting darker earlier, and the sun does not come out before seven. The days are shorter and the nights seem endless. The…

Need some inspiration?

Need some inspiration?

Some people embrace routine, they feel safe doing the same thing every day at exactly the same time. For some people this may be comforting but for other people this would be a nightmare. Many people prefer variety, a challenge and change. Regardless of which one you prefer finding inspiration can often prove to be … Continue reading

Life is MESSY and Life is HARD

Life is MESSY and Life is HARD

I’ve had a pretty challenging past 24 hours.  And, being only human, I have felt very frustrated and quite miserable. This morning, a variety of events took place that really challenged me. It all felt like just too much. (I am sure that you can identify with that feeling – feeling completely overwhelmed by life’s challenges). … Continue reading

I have been an ASS

I have been an ASS

My confession: I have been an ASS:   When I was in high school, I used to think that EVERYTHING was ‘lame’ and / or cruel: (Can you see the pattern in the list below?) School rules were cruel because they favoured the ‘perfect students’ and they were lame because they just made no sense. Teachers were cruel … Continue reading