• lifestyle

    Winter Look Book 2019

    Winter is coming ( no this is not another GOT episode) we really need to gear up this winter, it looks like it’s going to be extremely freezing! ❄️ In this post I’m going to share with you my winter must haves and a way or two on how to style some of my favorites. Check out the video on IGTV: https://www.instagram.com/tv/BymanStgLqe/?igshid=eb5tie8s1u1k My winter wardrobe essentials: White turtle neck Coats – red, grey, black Knee high boats Ankle boats Poncho Stockings Velvet dress Scarves Checked dress Suits! Look 1 The velvet dress Velvet dress : Ackermans Stockings : Truworths Ankle boats: Ackermans Look 2 All black and a pop of…

  • lifestyle

    New Age publishing for the every day African

    Ubuntu bookstore opens for business (15 May 2019-Sonneglans, Johannesburg) Junto Media has partnered with young, vibrant author-turned entrepreneur, Asanda Khathi to provide better publishing solutions for African authors. Ubuntu Bookstore, a new-age digital bookstore’s not only set to disrupt the publishing sector within the country, but aiming to provide a platform for writers to create their own market within the African continent.   This platform was founded to improve the literacy of our fellow Africans by providing educational, societal and political books that many have limited access to. This digital platform consists of a website and app which will serve as a virtual library and allow readers to read books…

  • lifestyle

    Update: my quarterly goals 1/4

    Happy new month lovies! If you remember well, my first blog post this year was about how I want to change the mindset on annual goals and instead focus on quarterly goals. This way I can easily direct my energy to those that are important. Having quarterly goals allows me to narrow my focus into getting something done. In my Day 1 of 365 post, I noted down four of my quarterly goals: My natural hair journey, job hunting, toning my body and personal branding. I have seen a bit of progress in each goal mentioned above and I’m very happy with the results. Personal Branding Working on the branding for…

  • personal development

    The Versatile Blogger Award

    To my surprise, I have been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award. This is my first Versatile Blogger nomination and I’m grateful to https://beautyblogck.wordpress.com thank you for your kindness. If you haven’t been to her page make sure to check it out, she’s pretty awesome! Rules: Thank the person who nominated you Share a link back to their blog List seven facts about yourself Nominate fifteen other bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award 7 Facts About Me I cut my hair a lot, especially at times where I’m pretty much frustrated about my life. Cutting my hair resembles a new beginning for me, the beginning of a new era. I…

  • Uncategorized

    Product Review: Longrich Bamboo Charcoal Soap

    This soap is the holy grail of my skin care routine. I’ve been using it for over 7 months today and I’m amazed by what it has done to my face. The famous black soap is my secret to glowing, oil free and more radiant skin. The soap can be used on your body, face, and hair. Some of it’s uses include cleanser, bathing, aftershave, foot soak and shampoo. I’m one person who hardly ever has acne but I suffer from pimples and scares. Ever since I started using this product my pimples are few and my scares are slowly fading. Don’t get me started on my skin, my skin…

  • personal development

    Africa Day

    Africa Day means celebrating our freedom from Colonialism. Yes we have come a long way, but WE are not there yet! I love the fact that WE as Africans are telling our own stories. Changing the narrative from the third person to the first person. WE are up in arms striving for our rights and rooting back to our Roots ❤ It is so fascinating to see my fellow brothers and sisters standing up for themselves and what they believe in. Africa is within us. We walk Africa! We breath Africa! We smile Africa! We pride ourselves with Africa ✊ Tell me what does Africa Day mean to you?

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    Product Review: BLM for natural hair

    Hey guys I know I’ve been quiet for a while now. I had a hectic test week it was crazy.. A lot of you have asked me what I use to keep my short hair curled up and so soft. Here’s the big secret. I use the BLM for natural hair range, the curling pudding works wonders for the hair. It keeps it moisturized with extra curl definition. Together with the curl wake-up hydrate spray which keeps the hair soft, moisturized and nourished. These amazing products cost less then R100 both. They smell pretty amazing both with moringa and citrus extracts. I use this products at least 3 times a…

  • beauty

    Natural HAIR

    Hello lovers! This post has been the most exciting for me because I love natural hair, if I had the patience to grow my hair I too would be rocking my natural hair, be it locks or an afro. Believe me I’ve had all these hairstyles at a very young age, but for the shortest time maybe a few weeks if not months, but never a year. I had my doubts and that lead me to always resorting to hair short. The most fascinating thing about natural hair is the fact that your hair is always growing, it grows in tiny spring like shape which leads to its dense look…

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