Travel | Adventure at Tsitsikamma

Nothing comprehends the sheer beauty of mountain landscapes

Travel | Adventure at Tsitsikamma

Fashion | Bush Baby

As an explorer trying to uncover hidden gems in my beautiful city

Fashion | Bush Baby

Talk | Let’s chat with coffee

Sharing with you an update on what is going on in the life of Stephanie

Talk | Let’s chat with coffee

Courtney and I recently came back from our five day trip to Durban and honestly, I’m still recovering from the crazy weather patterns we experienced in Umlanga. The weather forecast memo we received stated that it would practically rain and be miserable the entire week during our stay but one minute it would be drizzling then the sun would make an appearance and out of nowhere it would be thundering on top of being extremely humid. It was like this all through our holiday so you can only imagine how crazy we dressed every morning.

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Who would’ve guessed that I would find this little gem of a town known as Jacobs Bay while zooming in on a map. Jacobs Bay is a small settlement along the West Coast Route. 

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I can’t believe that we now entered the second last month of the year! This year has seriously gone by way too fast for my liking. I just got back from my mini vacation in Jacobs Bay and wow, it was absolutely breathtaking to find these small towns hidden amongst larger and more popular destinations. But it’s true what they say, you actually need a holiday from your holiday because I literally woke up an hour late for work and fell asleep during periods of time behind my Mac.

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Tomorrow Courtney and I will be off to Jacobs Bay which is a small town along the West Coast route. I decided it was time to embrace the sea side for a change seeing that I’m such a nature and mountain lover (bloggers and their images) and Courtney doesn’t really care where we off too as long as it’s in his distance time (one and a half hour drive. Max). Also, I’ve opted to drive to our destination which made Courtney’s heart beam with joy that he can be the passenger for a change. I only agreed to drive because it’s literally a straight road and I can handle that for now.

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The first step toward change is awareness. The second step is acceptance – Nathaniel Branden

I’ve turned my back on the Public Relations world and I couldn’t be more free for the lack of a better word to walk away from a life I no longer aspire to continue doing.

After five tough years with my head behind the books, obtaining that Degree and four blissful yet stressful years being in the industry, I’m  leaving it all behind. It’s a difficult thought to process that I studied so long to get here and worked tirelessly to make my mark in various media publications and editors that I’m stepping away and not backing down. Yet as time went by and so did the evolving digital space, I no longer felt the need that PR required to be my sole focus in my career.

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It amazes me how fast time is going by. When you start receiving emails from Management about the Christmas closing period, then you know that 2016 is slowly but surely saying goodbye. Summer or rather spring is beginning to show it’s true beauty with the afternoon sun, zoning perfectly on my back. For those who know me personally, will know that I love falling asleep with the warmth shining on me. That is a superb afternoon if you ask me.

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After much thought and deliberation, I realised it was time to say goodbye to my second job which will come into effect at the end of this year. What started out as a part-time journey became a full blown 9 to 5 job and the responsibilities kept doubling by the minute.

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The West Coast National Park is one of the best parks to visit, particularly during the majestic flower season where fields are covered in all colours imaginable. 

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