What I learned in 2018

The year has just started and I already feel hopeful and have faith that things will turn out well. It may be a bit late to still be writing about 2018 but I really felt like sharing this. It wasn’t easy to write these down as I had mentioned in my previous post how tough…

I’m glad 2018 is over and here’s why…

My 2018 was a BITCH! And if I said otherwise I’d be lying. I went through the most. It’s like the older you get, the tougher you should be. This was not the way I had envisioned my year to end. I must admit though, it taught me the best lessons. Emotionally, I was a…

Finally-Brandy

This is probably the most weird shit ever. 🤭 It’s after 1 am and I can’t sleep. I didn’t have much to do so I remembered I had a blog! Awesome right. I logged in and went on to read some of the blog posts I wrote around July 2017 hehe! there’s a lot dramatic stuff…

Challenges I faced starting a creative business

I forced myself to finally publish this post.. it’s been both exciting and scary to be blogging again… I’ve missed it though. Enjoy! After sending out so many Cv’s looking for jobs without getting any, I sat down and thought of what I could do in the meantime. It had to cost almost nothing but…

6 Powerful Phrases by 6 brave women: Women’s Day

Hey All! So I have missed you all and blogging. I so apologise for  disappearing on you like that…Life! Apartheid was a hard time for my country, even though I wasn’t there most of it, I can relate.  The inequalities and social and economic issues we are faced with today are the results of the…

Guest post:A confused Creative

By Yonela Tsibolane A confused “creative” So, it has been around six months now since I have moved to Gauteng. The small-town girl in me is still adjusting to the distances between different areas, and just the general nature of people who stay here. It has been an interesting and unexpectedly insightful journey for me,…

Reblog: Plateau

Hey everyone! I know I’ve been quiet… It’s been a wierd year for me and, for a while, I couldn’t put into words what is going on in my heart or my mind. A friend, who thinks too highly of me, shared some interesting insight on this season in life. I like to call it…

The woman Next door-Nandipha’s 52 weeks book challenge

Hello Fam! It’s Exam time in all South African Universities and our reviewer Nandi is preoccupied and we wish her and everyone writing their exams all the best! Im even grateful that she was able to steal some time off from her study time to read these books so she could share them with us,…

Writer’s block and Anxiety

Hey So AfroChic family. Since 2years ago when I started blogging, I’ve never had a writer’s block this long and as hard to deal with like I’m having now. So much has been happening and anxiety has been a major show stopper. I wish this post was be about how to snap out of anxiety…

To unmothered mothers

Dear unmothered mothers, I thought I should write to you to let you know how loved and strong you are. I know of how you wake up each morning to make sure you dont fail at loving your sons and daughters the same way you would have wanted to be loved. I need you to…

Happy Monday Morning!

Hey lovies! So today I thought of how I haven’t blogged in a while. Been going through the most these past weeks but you know, girls run this! 💪 So today I want to share with you these screenshots I woke up to this morning on twitter. They were everything I needed and I thought…