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 to 4 different black African women (bAw) who have expressed how they support and take … Continue reading WOMEN’S DAY POST: The Self-Sacrificing bAw

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 forward sixteen years the picture looks very different to that perfect vision I had all … Continue reading Guest Post: The Single Black African Mother by Mondisi Mabhena

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 an article (100 African Cities Destroyed by Europeans) which discusses the truth about Africa – … Continue reading Learning the Truth About Our Heritage

Guest Post – Suits: A Heart Problem by Bridget Gwanzura

At the beginning of the year my prayer was “Lord refine my character”. I knew I wanted to change my character and wanted a change in my life and for God to take control. However, what I did not know was that through this prayer the Lord would reveal to me who I really am, … Continue reading Guest Post – Suits: A Heart Problem by Bridget Gwanzura

The bAw and Her Story

Back when I used to watch The Oprah Winfrey Show religiously, something that she said stuck out for me and that was the fact that every single person on this Earth has a story to tell. Every one of us has walked through some journey unique to us but that can motivate and encourage others. … Continue reading The bAw and Her Story