I love ready…. Like, I reaaaaaly love reading but for some reason I often find myself doing less and less of it. Especially when there’s a lot of other things going on. I think the C19 days have been interesting for maintaining habits and staying in alignment with goals and the vision. I pray that, … Continue reading Reflections on Amy Poehler’s “Yes Please”
A few weeks ago, WordPress reminded me that I have been on these streets for 6 years. Y'all SIX FREAKING YEARS!!! As a commitment-phobe (but the type where commitment doesn't like me not the other way round) this is amazing!! School is the only other thing a girl has committed to that long. I was … Continue reading Six Year Anniversary Post
How is our social welfare system being prepared for this? How are we going to counter these issues? How are we going to deal with everything that rises because of isolation; because of lockdowns and because of the state of emergency as it is right now and what we expect businesses and companies to do
So I have been slacking on reading this year. It has been a loooooooong year on the personal front and I find that my productivity dwindles when I am going through the most. I started “First Things First” by Stephen Covey possible at the beginning of my year (November.lol). It’s been a hard book to … Continue reading First Things First: Stephen R. Covey
So excited for you all to read this month's blog post. Guest writer, Thandisisa Mazibuko shares what #becoming means to her... "Babe, may I write it [from] a feminine perspective... It's simpler for me [like that]" were her words when I approached her to feature this month... And write she did! This one is dedicated … Continue reading #BECOMING: the endless journey with ‘Self’
Sharing this blog post from a friend… Food for thought, you get to determine what output you get from life!!! Enjoy the read and go follow
Then I got inspired to write as 2016 starts. Happy New Year.
Life is either complicated or simple. It all lies in the lens that one chooses to view life. After all everything is about the choices made.
In life something is bound to go wrong. Wrong in this case is defined as something that you did not anticipate, something you do not like, something you did not plan, something that cripples whatever you were working on. Undoubtedly that brings disappointment, sadness and anguish. The choice then comes about on how you proceed from the situation. You can choose to accept that sometimes things go wrong, choose to learn from the situation, choose to understand what may have caused it to go wrong, find a way to prevent it from occurring again. You can also choose to blame others, blame yourself, hate the world and completely consume yourself with anguish…
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So I was listening to part of a series earlier this month and I had to reflect via this blog post. You can, for your own good, check out the video here So I am and have been, privileged to have a global experience when it comes to living and learning. I spent some time … Continue reading #LIFELESSONS: Understanding friendship
Today, and today only, I claim to be wiser than you. Let’s just take a moment and laugh at that! We made it!! We made it to the other side of obstacle number 1(And by “obstacle number 1” I mean: all those “you should be married at 25” statements, hopefully, they realize that’s not going … Continue reading Dear 26 year old Me…
***THIS IS PART 1 OF A 2-PART POST*** So, in August (or was it July? I can’t remember now) I decided I was about to take my #fitnessgoals to another level. I was on some, “ok Nosi, you KNOW you are on that get healthy tip and have been trying that wog (jog and walk) … Continue reading PULL UPS AIN’T PULLING ME UP- GYM LIFE STRUGGLES
Y’all, it’s women’s month!!! Happy 31 days of KWEN APPRECIATION!!! The fight for womanhood never sleeps so here’s to the start of another year of fighting!! So, we’re doing things a little different this month. *You’re welcome*. I’ll be profiling one of the books in my reading list this year… Shonda Rhyme’s Year of Yes. … Continue reading Year of Yes – Shonda Rhimes