The Story Behind black African woman

The new black African woman logo by Tique Design   In March of this year, I finally took a bold step to do something God had been prompting me to do for a while but that I’d been afraid to for over a year. I decided to start my blog and Facebook Ministry under the … Continue reading The Story Behind black African woman

Why Life Needs To Be Boring

Photo Cred: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation QBank Review I’ve recently been frustrated with my life and have felt like I’m not adding anything to this world or being as purposeful as I should be. I have felt highly inadequate and as though I’m missing something that everybody else has caught onto and I’m failing in the … Continue reading Why Life Needs To Be Boring

Guest Post: I Am a Christian and I Am a Womanist, Do You Mind? by Euphony Paballo Kgadima

In the 21st century, or rather the information age, we still find women especially black women being marginalized and ostracized - by virtue of being black and woman. I have gravitated more towards womanism than feminism - I just felt that as a black woman I face the double edged sword in both the world … Continue reading Guest Post: I Am a Christian and I Am a Womanist, Do You Mind? by Euphony Paballo Kgadima

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 there, I observed and was reminded of a few powerful lessons. I must say that … Continue reading 8 Random Musings from my Time in Thailand

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, heartbroken and stressed out trying to figure out what it was or wasn't or  would … Continue reading Guest Post: 27 Years Single by Rumbi Dube

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

The bAw and Her Sisters

There is a strange phenomenon that has become widely accepted amongst women, and seemingly especially amongst my black sisters (those are who I interact with most anyway). It is an almost unspoken but known occurrence. It happens usually when a group of women are gathered and a new woman comes along that they do not … Continue reading The bAw and Her Sisters

Purpose

Purpose. That word tends to evoke an array of reactions from people – never neutral though. Either, they turn quickly away from it because of the amount of effort required to discover it and they really don’t have the time or energy. In others, it raises a multitude of questions because they have no idea … Continue reading Purpose

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

The black African woman (bAw)

What does it mean to be a black African woman (bAw)? Who is she? Why is she on this earth? What is her contribution to this world? Over the most recent years, I have been learning so much about life: God; relationships; family; faith; becoming an assured lady of God; rocking natural hair; and discovering … Continue reading The black African woman (bAw)