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All About My Thesis Defense

This is a moment I looked forward to since my very first semester when I looked at my seniors in awe as they presented their research findings and couldn’t wait for it to be my turn. 2.787 mais palavras

Blog

A Letter to My Youngest Self: Make Fitness Work for You.

Wow, over 20 years of training can turn a wholesome child into a robust woman. Things I would go back and change.

Thinking about the times I was sprinting down a 100m track or bouncing a basketball to go shoot hoops, it was messy, fun and with a sad reality I was clueless. 1.083 mais palavras

Health & Fitness

IS BLOGGING STILL RELEVANT IN SA AND AFRICA AS A WHOLE? — THE ZAN AVENUE - STYLING MAGAZINE

Zanele from The Zan Avenue – Styling Magazine reached out and asked if I could guest blog on her blog. Here’s a link to the post I wrote: whether blogging is still relevant in Africa and whether audiences still care. 80 mais palavras

Lifestyle

Chasing the Right Dream: Inspired by The Greatest Showman

Scoffs( chuckles in musical), but yes the greatest showman has brought so many issues that people deal with day by day to light. Issues like Acceptance, Proving a point, Caught in the Lights, Missing the plot, finding the way back. 1.071 mais palavras

Social

Self-care is the deliberate, self-initiated, and consistent control of personal circumstances for the intentional maintenance of health and wellbeing.

Self-care isn’t candlelit baths, massages and that “relaxing in luxury” aesthetic. I’ve said it before: self-care is not a synonym for pampering.

Self-care is showing up for yourself in ways that make your life easier, softer, and let me tell you, that shit is work. 338 mais palavras

Black Femininity