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4 Truths That Helped Me to Break Through Abuse

Photo Cred: Naturally Moi

I recently stumbled upon an (allegedly) old song of Alicia Keys’ called ‘Brand New Me’. For about 2 weeks straight this was my daily anthem! This song speaks so truly to a journey that I believe many women walk. One…

8 Random Musings from my Time in Thailand

Enjoying Phi Phi island with my girlfriend Brie earlier this month. I recently had the opportunity of travelling to Thailand with 4 sister friends of mine. We spent a week in the beautiful Phuket and the vibrant Bangkok and while…

Guest Post: 27 Years Single by Rumbi Dube

I recently turned 27. In those 27 years of being on this earth, I've never had a boyfriend. Sure, I've kissed a couple of guys, been in undefined and defunct situations with a few boys which left me confused, frustrated,…

WOMEN’S DAY POST: The Self-Sacrificing bAw

Photo Cred: Pinterest This post is written ahead of the Women’s Day that we will be celebrating this month. One of my greatest passions lies in women and their growth and empowerment. Over the past few months, I have spoken…

3 Issues around Romantic Relationships in the Church

I’ve recently become aware of certain behaviour amongst the youth in my faith as a Christian. You know, when I decided to become serious again about my faith and about being an active member of my Church, I believed that…

4 Vital Steps in Overcoming People-Pleasing

Hello, my name is Sonia Dube and I’m a recovering people-pleaser. Ouch. That really stings for me to admit but the truth is the truth. For most of my life I have struggled with this innate desire to make others…

Guest Post: The Single Black African Mother by Mondisi Mabhena

Once upon a time many years ago I sat at my desk in high school envisioning the perfect future.  I saw myself married to a handsome and loving man and mom to five bright eyed and bushy tailed kids.  Fast…

Learning the Truth About Our Heritage

In light of the recently celebrated Africa Day this past Monday, I thought I'd share some of my thoughts around the African continent. This is a place that I am truly passionate about and that I love. I recently read…

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