It’s a Switch (It) Up we needed…thank you Sta-Sof-Fro!

We all know what the last few months have been like for us, and those around us. We also know what extraordinary challenges we face on a regular basis as women, and all the various hats / responsibilities we have. Personally I went from juggling different hustles, a day job, domesticity, trying to check-in with family as much as possible and then maybe check in with self when I remembered myself…fast forward a few months, leaving a day job, starting my own copywriting business full-time, continuing with that, moving into a new job and juggling some more…BUT I have experience … Continue reading It’s a Switch (It) Up we needed…thank you Sta-Sof-Fro!

“With the good and the bad I was born to create, with passion and purpose. ” Annie Raman, Creative Director – Artist – Human Rights Activist

{First appeared OnMogul.com} I first met Annie through our respective day jobs and to use that cliché, “Dynamite comes in small packages” to describe her would be falling short in explaining what a calm yet feisty, passionate and kindhearted individual … Continue reading “With the good and the bad I was born to create, with passion and purpose. ” Annie Raman, Creative Director – Artist – Human Rights Activist

When letting go of fear allows you to pursue your dreams and to start building a legacy…. Dimakatso Dlamini does that every single day.

{First appeared OnMogul.com} This is a bit of a #wcw and #tbt piece on Dimakatso Dlamini (née Lukhele), I was reading it a few days ago and thought that this is worth a share on #SistaHoodHour. Dima was one of … Continue reading When letting go of fear allows you to pursue your dreams and to start building a legacy…. Dimakatso Dlamini does that every single day.