The Life Of A Single Married Woman by Anonymous

  Greetings bAw Family   I hope you had a wonderful long weekend for those in South Africa, and that you managed to celebrate your roots and beginnings.   Today we share a post by an anonymous married woman. She opens up about the heart-ache she has experienced in marriage. I honestly thought long and … Continue reading The Life Of A Single Married Woman by Anonymous

Guest Post: I Was Hijacked By Lupus by Nompumelelo Simango

  Imagine driving down a quiet suburb, with beautiful scenery, on a Sunday afternoon and then suddenly you are confronted by a couple of assailants; they smash your window, demand that you get out of your car with a gun pointed in your direction. Can you imagine how you would feel? The fear, the confusion, … Continue reading Guest Post: I Was Hijacked By Lupus by Nompumelelo Simango

17 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Turned 21

  Towards the end of last year, my aunt asked me to help her put together some advice/words of encouragement for a young lady who was turning 21 years old. She asked me to think about what I wish I had been told or what I wish I had known at the age of 21. … Continue reading 17 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Turned 21

Guest Post: Maybe Things Need To Fall Apart by Larissa Subira

  I have been wracking my brain on what to write - what else I could say that has not been already said about abuse.  Many discussions have been had: we’ve been told the signs to watch out for (see the article from two weeks ago); and we’ve been told about the maladies in us … Continue reading Guest Post: Maybe Things Need To Fall Apart by Larissa Subira

While You Wait: Insight from ‘A Time To Remember And Give’ Event by Larissa Subira

I recently had the pleasure of spending an amazing 3 hours with 8 beautiful women as we delved a bit deeper into the struggle of feeling left behind. I personally left that breakfast feeling as though I was exactly where God needed me to be. One of the ladies who attended the breakfast, Larissa Subira, … Continue reading While You Wait: Insight from ‘A Time To Remember And Give’ Event by Larissa Subira

Thought-Provoking Tuesdays: Your Life

Sometimes we don't take enough time to pause and reflect on our life and the meaning it possesses. Taking the time to do this allows us to be grateful and to appreciate what we have, and to encourage us to continue moving forward. I think my answer would be: Miracle What's yours? Post your answer … Continue reading Thought-Provoking Tuesdays: Your Life

6 Truths That Helped Me to Discover My Purpose

  Our generation is one that is quickly getting over working for the sake of working. Working to pay bills or to rise in the ranks of a company or to achieve some form of accolade. I believe that this generation is one that craves meaning behind almost everything it does. Whether it be the … Continue reading 6 Truths That Helped Me to Discover My Purpose

Thought-Provoking Tuesdays: Your Story

I received this short devotional from my mother-friend, Aunt Gail. It really made me question whether I honestly understand my story as God has purposed it. Do I short-change His vision for me? Do I doubt who He says I am? Do I truly understand how He desires to heal and grow and love me? … Continue reading Thought-Provoking Tuesdays: Your Story

Guest Post: Kim’s Naked Selfie by Sikhonzile Ndlovu

Photo Cred: Jeyjoo Online   This International Women’s Day (IWD) I am still reeling in shock following Kim Kardashian’s nude selfie. Not that I am totally surprised because it's become a regular thing with her. But happening around the occasion of IWD, I  can't help but wonder what ideals Kim is putting forward. For centuries, … Continue reading Guest Post: Kim’s Naked Selfie by Sikhonzile Ndlovu