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THE NOBLE MAN | Q&A – PLUS GIVEAWAY

Seeing as though it’s Fathers Day next week Sunday, we thought it would be a great to hear from Bryce Delport – husband, father, and the brains behind “The Noble man.”  ‘The Noble Man’ focuses on making handmade leather accessories : Bi-folds wallets, phone sleeves with card holder, passport covers and valet treys. Today, Bryce shares with us all Things Noble Man with us, and he may even share an awesome Fathers Day Giveaway valued up to a R1000  – just in time for Fathers Day – Hooray, because we… Read More

KILLING THE LIE | WOMEN ENCOURAGE RAPE CULTURE

You would have to be living under some sort of social media rock to not know how we are finally starting an open online discussion about rape, and rape culture at large. It’s an uncomfortable conversation to have, but one that is long overdue! I was a bit nervous to touch on this sensitive topic because: A) I know this is a very personal and sensitive topic for those that have been effected by rape culture personally, and B) As a mom who is raising a boy I know that we… Read More

KILLING THE LIE | SHE IS MY COMPETITION

Last week I wrote a post entitled : ” The lies we believe as women.” I redrafted that post about a million times, as it started off as a “mini post”, then turned into a novel, then went back to simple quick easy read. But in true Cass style, I need to : elaborate more, confront, and discuss each “lie” that we believe to be true – until that lie dies, and together we move forward as empowered confident women. Hence, the series: “Killing the lie” will feature every Monday –… Read More

The lies we believe as women

The lies we tell ourselves are often in secret, sometimes with or without our knowledge. The lies that we believe in secret often damage our self esteem, and cause us to assume, doubt and to fear. They start off as little lies, but soon root itself deep into our hearts, so much so, that it can completely consume and control us, and cause us to behave in an unhealthy manner. Over the years I have had to face certain lies that became internalized insecurities, which in turn stopped me from living… Read More

Dear every mom

The “every mom” is our sister, a friend, an acquaintance, or the mom that we still need to meet. The every mom is unique in her own right, and has to face her own battles (privately or publicly). Her heart is soft, yet burdened as she carries the weight of the world inside of her. She tries her best to lovingly carry and nurture her family, even when she may feel lost, afraid, or overwhelmed. The every mom rises up each day determined to give her best for her family, despite what the world throws at… Read More