For long we have written, read, debated about the glass ceiling as less women make it to the top echelons of organisations. There are a lot of barriers for women in the workplace.
THE PRINCESS IN ME was birthed out of a passion to minister to young girls from 5 -12yrs (kindergarten to 6th grade). Teaching them to know their self-worth at a young age became a hunger because of my childhood experience.
This week’s contributor is the beautiful Charlotte Tyrell. An amazing young woman who is warm, charming and a pure soul. Read about the story behind her smile
Teresa epitomises the word ‘smile.’ In all her Facebook posts she is smiling and it is not difficult to imagine her life being blissful.
I am the dream keeper and tonight you and I are embarking on a journey. I will endeavour to be as truthful and open with you. I have been watching you during the day, listening to your interactions and your words, and studying your reactions to events both personal and societal.
Borena Bana showcases the beauty of the “African” fabric and versatility of Western styles. Borena Bana is the literal translation for Royal/Kingdom Kids. Every child deserves to feel like royalty.
Eglet Mtengwa Nyabvure is a Telecommunications and Electronics Engineer by profession with over 15 years experience. She is also an entrepreneur at heart and loves good fashion and looking good. She believes that one must be true to themselves to be able to attain their full potential and purpose
We all miss those good old days. Wherever we have settled, we want to have a bit of home into our new home, away from home. Somehow this appears to be a challenge. What we see and view as UBUNTU is greatly challenged.
I have a general concern about the vulgar words and language that we so often overhear or come across in our reading. I am especially afraid when I see profanity being treated as the new cool. It is not; it should never be!
To someone out there, a new window opens daily, to pick yourself up and run. To pick yourself up and go again. It doesn’t matter how stuck or hurt or broken you are, it may seem as if there no light at the end of the tunnel, but there is a visible place to step onto.