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My Year of Go!

Last year I wrote about my Year of No. I talked about the time in my life where as a single mother, graduate student and social butterfly I was having a tough time balancing it all. 493 more words

Life Advice

Blonde ambition [OPRAH: Jan 2014]

Carla Calitz loved being a blonde – right up until she didn’t.

In grade 7, I coveted my youngest sister’s flaxen hair – she was the blue-eyed, golden-locked child adored by all her peers (most particularly, the boys), while I was the brown-haired, cow-eyed geek with no social clout whatsoever at school. 285 more words

Mark Boucher: A clear vision [OPRAH: April 2014]

Felled by a career-ending injury, renowned former cricketer Mark Boucher found a new calling. He chats to Carla Calitz about this and his new book.
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How to be brave [OPRAH: November 2013]

Author and self-confessed “pathological worrier” Polly Morland shares how you can teach yourself to be courageous.

Bravery had always been a mysterious quality that others possessed and she lacked – as a timid soul, she had been more prone to anxiety, relates Polly Morland from her home in Chepstow, UK. 308 more words

Achieve your impossible [OPRAH: October 2013]

The “human polar bear,” Lewis Pugh, has tackled the seemingly impossible. Here, he tells Carla Calitz about the life strategies he learnt during his extreme swimming expeditions.
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The tyranny of jellybeans [OPRAH: Dec 2013]

If you can have everything in 59 or more flavours, making decisions becomes difficult – often overwhelming – work. Carla Calitz spoke to choice expert Sheena Iyengar about why you need to be choosy when choosing. 332 more words

Favorite (Fabulously Frugal) Things | Spring 2017

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Have you ever read through the Oprah Magazine’s list of “favorite things”? I used to love looking through it. 808 more words

Dollars And Sense