Being selected as one the judges in The Pretoria Explorer Dessert Competition gave me the opportunity to end the rather challenging 2016 on a much sweeter note.
Stepping into ‘the twenty zone’ has got to be one of the most personal posts that I have decided to write after ‘Individuality’.
According to Urban Dictionary hipsters reject the culturally-ignorant attitudes of mainstream consumers. They are often seen wearing vintage and thrift store inspired fashions, tight-fitting jeans and old-school sneakers.
The very first of its kind, DFRNT is a movement that unites and celebrates underground music and high end street style.
Time is way too limited to live a life of mediocrity and not to leave behind a legacy, this is why I love to see young individuals strive towards personal growth and have the urge to be successful.
From a very young age I have always chosen not to fit in with the crowd mainly because I feel that merely being a follower stifles you from realizing your own greatness and personal style.
I would like to begin my first post of 2015 by wishing all my readers a happy new year. This is the year that I will be focusing my energy on continuing to be a young ambitious individual, which will also be the theme of the blog for the next couple of months.
As a fashion forward individual this question always seems to cross my mind…is there a lack of individuality and originality by merely keeping up with the latest trends and fashion?
The riveting story of Joey the horse has stolen my heart ever since I first watched the movie War Horse.