“You have to dance beautifully in the box that you are comfortable dancing in… everybody has their own. It’s your job to perfect and make it as beautiful of a canvas as you can make it.” Kobe Bryant. Only a week after the passing of legendary basketball star Kobe Bryant and his beautiful daughter Gianna, … Continue reading Time belongs to no man.
So, I gave some advice earlier on the world of wedding planning and well there’s a few things that no one ever really tells you about. Well no one told me that’s for sure! And if they did I wish they had written it down and reminded me every other month or so. You … Continue reading Wedding planning – what they don’t tell you
When I recorded the 3rd episode of my podcast ‘Advice for brides’, I was very close to the end of my wedding planning journey but at the time it seemed like the finish line was getting further and further away! And now, a couple of months in of being a married woman I can’t believe … Continue reading Advice for the brides
Happy New Year folks - we've made it into a new decade! Oh how the time flies. Like many of you, this time of the year for me is surrounded by goals and resolutions for the year ahead. But I am hoping that 2020 will be the year we actually set the goals, we will … Continue reading Lessons from 2019
It’s funny when you think about phrases like “have faith” “faith is all you need” “faith is the solution” you don’t think about the depth those types of statements carry. In a moment of reflection recently I was immersed into a worship session in my living room and ‘William McDowell – I surrender all’ … Continue reading Faith does miraculous things
Earlier this year I was nominated for two awards Young Professional of the Year & Community Champion at the Zimbabwe Young Achiever Awards (ZYAA). And I won! You are now reading the words of an award winner! I won the ‘Young Professional of the Year’ award and I couldn’t believe it. It’s funny because me … Continue reading She won.
So, let me give you some context here folks. I am natural a liker of things. At my core I would like to be housewife who has an allowance, so I could shop and go out for brunch and lunch AND come home to a cooked meal – I’m a millennial so obviously my version … Continue reading What does treating yourself really mean?
So, I am newly married woman and well the obvious question I get all the time is “how does it feel to be married?” and well that answer seems straightforward technically but honestly… being married so far feels like nothing has changed but yet everything has, does that make sense? I mean of course everything … Continue reading How’s married life?