Who is Donna Maytricks and Tugdosie [ tœxdo:si ]? Old school mates turned frenemies, now the Fifty Shades of Khaki blogging-duo. Tugdosie leads a simple life as a seasonal sheep shearer and sought-after water diviner. She is well known in the barren regions of the Karoo and is often consulted for her insight and advice into matters of the heart and head. Locals claim that she is an expert matchmaker.
Although it has been rumored that she accurately predicted various big life events, Tugdosie waves away such talk. She spends her days uplifting small town communities and her nights, gazing at the night skies with her pet llama.
Donna is a city girl who runs workshops encouraging women to celebrate their bodies, be it any shape or size and to express their sexuality in a healthy and playful manner.
They coined the phrase:” Dominate Your Matrix!”; to summon a can-do attitude and identity. Cultivate a calm sense of confidence amidst the ups and downs of life. Invoke a spirit of tenacity and play.
They are inspirational figures to many.
In light of the recent global events, humanity has been stretched to new limits; shook to the core. This era demands that we bring forth new resources for our mental health – come hell or high water. To ‘channel your inner-Donna-Maytricks’, would mean, that you endeavor to “Dominate Your Matrix”. Pay heed to everything you take-in, listen to or watch. Be most responsible with your inner dialogue. It is time to take the reins. Back straight, boobs out – eyes front.
The ‘dominating’ part is about you and you alone. No one gets whipped or beaten, no one gets shamed or blamed. Donna doesn’t have anger issues. Direct healthy boundaries in all your relationships, especially the one that you have with yourself. Together they advocate being a positive agent in your life, it’s about boundaries, conscious engagement and creativity.
Saddle up, strap in and crack that whip!
Contrary to appearances, Donna and Tugdosie are ladies, so NO sleaze, please! Write to them and share your story of how you “Dominate Your Matrix” in these crazy times. Refrain from politics, sleaze and shame.
The fear of peeling too few potatoes.
I love my friends and family – it reflects in my potato salad.
Somebody said “bingo wings!”
I say: “Look at me stirring the dough!”
Fire for my food, fuel for my body.
This body looks after me and I Iook after it.