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Hello lovelies. This blog post has been laying in my draft folder for so long. You know, life and assignments happened. I wanted to explain the reason behind the re-branding of my blog and speak about 3 female bosses who inspire me. I re-branded my blog because I outgrew the previous look and feel. When I started my blog, I felt like I wanted to blog about every single thing. After blogging for 2 years, I’ve finally found 3 lifestyle subjects that I enjoy and that I’d like to focus on

Hello lovelies About 3 weeks ago, I was browsing through an account on Instagram, and came across #theimperfectboss campaign. I searched the hashtag and saw all these images of creative entrepreneurs (women) posting confessions of their insecurities online. I browsed, liked and commented on quite a few pictures, because I could not believe how courageous and brave these women were. Putting their confessions out there in a world that encourages this unrealistic notion of perfection and in a world that can be harsh and judgmental. These women are successful creatives whom I

Hello lovelies I am a huge fan of Robin Sharma, he is such an amazing speaker and author. Every week he releases a podcast and video, as well as a transcript of his work. About a week ago, he released a video on how to forgive a human being. This is a powerful video about forgiveness. Too many of us are living in the past, holding onto grudges/anger, or events that took place so many years ago. Our very own Tata Mandela, taught us the importance of forgiveness. We need

Hello lovelies I am a huge fan of Robin Sharma, he is such an amazing speaker and author. Every week he releases a podcast and video, as well as a transcript of his work. About two weeks ago, he spoke about what the Romans know about greatness and I had to share it with you. Here is the transcript below, I’ve also posted the video at the bottom on the blog post. What The Romans Know About Greatness This Mastery Session is all about 4 Life Lessons From Rome. I’m

I met Aunty X, an 86-year-old lady (I will call her Aunty X) about 18 years ago. I was in high school at the time; she would walk past our house every day and speak to my Mom about gardening. Eventually, they became close friends as she started visiting our home regularly and our family grew to love her dearly. Aunty X is unlike any 86-year-old I’ve ever known. Up to this day, she is active and living her best life. From Monday to Sunday, she travels daily using public

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