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2016 WRAP UP

Goodbye 2016, and hello 2017 ! I think that most of us by now are eagerly embracing the thought of a brand new year filled with new opportunities and new seasons, or is it just me ? 2016 was a crazy year! 2016 saw many deaths from high profile celebrities, through to world devastation where many innocent people have lost their freedom, their voice, their lives and their loved ones. It’s hard to stay positive and hopeful when all we see and hear is tragic and heartbreaking. And , yes… Read More

Rising Heroes Q&A | Giveaway

I truly believe that there is a hero that lives within all of us. Our super powers come in many different shapes and forms. Our super powers could look like the following ; making others laugh, loving and caring for others, helping and supporting those in need, being brave when it’s hard, being a safe place for those feeling lost and afraid. My son is three years old, and he loves role playing superheroes. He wants to save the day, protect me from monsters, and he wants to face his… Read More

Joey Q & A | Giveaway

A few weeks ago I went to the Lilliput Market held at the Stone Shed in Durbanville to get my Christmas shopping on – and to my surprise I immediately fell in love with Joey’s kids range, so much so that I couldn’t stop going back to her stall and drooling at all of her beautifully made kids apparel. Eventually, I couldn’t resist and bought a gorgeous baby romper for a friends baby. Man oh man, these clothes made me excited to one day (if God willing) to dress a… Read More

Online Honesty – Part 2

A few months ago I shared a post entitled Online Honesty Part 1 where I spoke about some online truths that I have encountered personally for myself or have observed in general. As the year has swiftly passed by I have found myself once again facing more online truths – insert Online Honesty – Part 2. 1 . ONLINE AFFIRMATION Repeat after me :  “We can’t find our confidence and sense of self worth and self esteem via online affirmation”. Online affirmation being : new followers, constant comments from followers or readers, through… Read More

Raising boys

Once upon a time, I used to believe that I would only give birth to girls. I felt like my DNA was only wired to procreate girls. Back in my early twenties, my friends and I would host these weekly women meet up’s, as a means of inspiring, encouraging, and empowering women. So, it only seemed natural for me to assume that part of my destiny was to raise empowered women that would change a nation within my home. Then I fell pregnant, and soon discovered that I was having… Read More