Bron Hogan

Sharing stories and lessons
from a life well lived.

Bron Hogan

Sharing stories and lessons
from a life well lived.

Who am I?

I was born in a small town in Africa. Selukwe, Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) in 1950 and have since lived and worked in Rhodesia, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, UK, and Australia.

I have lived an amazing full life, however have been no stranger to loss having lived through a war, lost a child at two days old, suffered 5 miscarriages and lost one husbands to a brain tumour and another to advanced melanoma.

I’m sharing my stories to inspire, entertain and perhaps help others going through loss to show them there is light at the end of the tunnel and life certainly does go on.

Latest Stories

Spot – O

Traveling with children often causes many 'Are we there yet?' questions. I lived in Namibia and used to travel 900km once a month with my three daughters. They were told not to ask 'Are we there yet?' questions. My youngest asked 'Will I still be five when we get...

Kids Capers with a side of cyanide

Across the road from our house in Chromer Street, Selukwe were three tennis courts, a sanitary lane and the government buildings. The government buildings included the post office, police station, telephone exchange, police yard and holding cells as well as the...