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Wisdom & Wellness Podcast is coming back!


"Women are always looking for someone to support, cheer on and mention in the room"

Beginning of this year I went on a women’s business retreat in Botswana, hosted by my mentor and close friend Amanda Dambuza. Naturally I was surrounded by a group of highly accomplished women spanning from late 30’s to late 60’s and not only was I the youngest on the trip but my job title and career definition probably didn’t even exist when their careers started out. Which meant a whole lot of defining on my end. That trip had a major impact on my life and quite frankly had me relook my entire career & business strategy. Firstly, the need to prioritise what brings me joy and secondly recognising that women are always looking for someone to support, cheer on and mention in the room. Contrary to societal belief, there’s a plethora of women just waiting for you to show up so that they can teach you the ropes and pave the way. As we enter the month of August, popularly known as Women’s month, I’ve done a whole lot of research, soul searching and questioning. From my recent trip to Washington DC & New York, to time spent with my mother while on leave, attending a charity dinner with some of the top business women in the country and to witnessing Londy Ngcobo the first female Dredge master in South Africa take the title of Veuve Clicquot future business woman award, my cup is full and ready to pour into others the best way I can.


Veuve Clicqout Captured taking a selfie with award winning business woman and author Amanda Dambuza and founder of Hermosa Flor, Mbali Sebapu popularly known as Gorgeous Mbali

Wisdom & Wellness started out as just a twitter challenge #speaklifeseptember, and over the years I’ve watched it develop into something bigger than me. I could almost call it my life’s work , at 28 that is, because who knows what the journey ahead holds. It went from being a passion project to being my full time work. Not just work I put out, but work I actually do in me. Physically through exercise, mentally through breaks, and rest, emotionally through therapy and conversations, financially through studying, asking questions and being in the right rooms, and relationally the toughest yet. This is where my trip to Botswana brought me, I let go of a business that I was no longer passionate about which was draining me in all aspects, and I leaned into what my soul was begging for. That is the beauty of speaking to older wise women, you realise that life is too short to hold onto things, and that on the other side of letting go is opportunity. I can confirm that, that is exactly what happened when I let go of Aneno, opportunities my heart and soul craved opened up and I finally had the capacity to jump in. Joy restored! As I started walking confidently in the opportunities presented to me, a world of women opened up who are willing to not only share a wealth of information but to guide me. Oprah calls it “when preparation meets opportunity.” Im sharing all this to say, after a much needed pause from Wisdom & Wellness, I am ready to build my plane as I fly it and slowly roll out my wellness hub, and serve the needs of many. This month we kick off with a podcast, where I bring on incredible guests to share their inspiring life journeys, words of wisdom and wellness nuggets. Joined by a special feature called “my mothers corner” where my mother will be writing and sharing her wisdom on a monthly basis, I cant wait for you to experience her. Finally we prepare for speak life September. Last year was a success and this year we do it again.


Wisdom & Wellness started out as just a twitter challenge #speaklifeseptember, and over the years I’ve watched it develop into something bigger than me. I could almost call it my life’s work , at 28 that is, because who knows what the journey ahead holds. It went from being a passion project to being my full time work. Not just work I put out, but work I actually do in me. Physically through exercise, mentally through breaks, and rest, emotionally through therapy and conversations, financially through studying, asking questions and being in the right rooms, and relationally the toughest yet.

This is where my trip to Botswana brought me, I let go of a business that I was no longer passionate about which was draining me in all aspects, and I leaned into what my soul was begging for. That is the beauty of speaking to older wise women, you realise that life is too short to hold onto things, and that on the other side of letting go is opportunity. I can confirm that, that is exactly what happened when I let go of Aneno, opportunities my heart and soul craved opened up and I finally had the capacity to jump in. Joy restored! As I started walking confidently in the opportunities presented to me, a world of women opened up who are willing to not only share a wealth of information but to guide me. Oprah calls it “when preparation meets opportunity.” Im sharing all this to say, after a much needed pause from Wisdom & Wellness, I am ready to build my plane as I fly it and slowly roll out my wellness hub, and serve the needs of many. This month we kick off with a podcast, where I bring on incredible guests to share their inspiring life journeys, words of wisdom and wellness nuggets. Joined by a special feature called “my mothers corner” where my mother will be writing and sharing her wisdom on a monthly basis, I cant wait for you to experience her. Finally we prepare for speak life September. Last year was a success and this year we do it again.




My mother celebrating 51 with us. She will be joining Wisdom & Wellness and share her 5 decades of Wisdom.

I write this, on a flight to Cape Town, with my heart pumping with excitement, nerves and all the feelings you can imagine, but most importantly my cup is full. Do become a part of our Wisdom & Wellness community and expect lots of content, and room for contribution and suggestion. This women’s month, I hope you gear up to do things that bring you joy and lookout for the women who’s arms are wide open and ready to help you. Much Love


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