In Conversation with Thuli Zulu by Larissa Subira

Hey lady!   Happy Wednesday and welcome to a brand new month! We have entered the second quarter of the year and I hope you’ve managed to press the refresh button in preparation for what is essentially a new chapter.   Larissa had the opportunity and honour to sit with Ms Thuli Zulu, a woman … Continue reading In Conversation with Thuli Zulu by Larissa Subira

Women’s Month Post: In Conversation With Isabelle Kamariza

Isabelle is a humble, 33-year old woman from Rwanda who is currently the President and Founder of Solid’Africa. Solid Africa is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) that supports vulnerable patients in public health facilities by providing them with food, clearing their medical bills and paying for their bus fares home amongst other things.   Isabelle is … Continue reading Women’s Month Post: In Conversation With Isabelle Kamariza

The Hardest Thing About Being A Single Christian Woman

For whatever reason, God has seen it fit that I bear the cross of singleness in my life. And over the more recent years, I have been fortunate to see the blessing in my singleness.   Ever since I was in my pre-teens I have dreamt of getting married. At one point I would walk … Continue reading The Hardest Thing About Being A Single Christian Woman

Guest Post: The Most Harmful Ingredients in Shampoo for Naturals by Patrina

  If you’re looking at the most harmful ingredients in shampoo, you should know that not all the ingredients on this list are detrimental to all people. Our natural hair requires different ingredients than the products available on the beauty supply shelf. As we gain more knowledge about natural hair, we come to realize that … Continue reading Guest Post: The Most Harmful Ingredients in Shampoo for Naturals by Patrina

Guest Post: How Going Natural Was A Journey Of Love by Paloma Ka-David Ncoco

    Are you confident? Headstrong? Did you believe "Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me?" So was I till the day I decided to do something different.   I was 17 going on 18 and I had been relaxing my hair for years. If it wasn't relaxed it … Continue reading Guest Post: How Going Natural Was A Journey Of Love by Paloma Ka-David Ncoco