Small towns are often forgotten and I understand why. We never dream of exploring towns we can’t even pronounce let alone towns in our own city. Today, I’m here to tell you why small towns are not to be overlooked.
Life is full of tough decisions, and nothing makes them easy. But the worst ones are really your personal koans, and tormenting ambivalence is just the sense of satori rising. Try, trust, try, and trust again, and eventually you’ll feel your mind change its focus to a new level of understanding.
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.
From the subject line, you can gather that the word coffee has now been replaced to juice seeing that we’ve entered the warmth of spring in South Africa. I’m super stoked that seasons have changed because there’s nothing more boring than layering up with dull colours and only doing minimal activities in winter.
I might seem all enthusiastic and quite avid in my images but last week, something I would never wish anyone to go through has happened to us for the second time in the space of two years. It’s something most South Africans’ but even more so, internationally, experience probably on a daily basis. You can’t avoid it; no matter how many barriers you put up. Someone violating your space in the most horrific way makes you so fearful of looking forward to a new day; someone breaking into your home and stealing your possessions.