Depression is still a taboo topic to many of us, across the racial divide and borders. Feelings of deep sadness and hopelessness are very apparent in the world we live with unrealistic expectations of what an ideal life is. Chester Bennington from Linkin Park died last week, from a suicide. He had talent, fame and money but it does not mean he was immune from … Continue reading There is light at the end of the tunnel…you are LOVED
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A couple of weeks ago, we spoke about Singleness from 1 Corinthians 7 and how the church should do better at discipling singles in a sermon titled “It’s Complicated” – Sanctifying Relationship Status. After this sermon, one of our congregants, Gareth Brady, emailed me and shared how he and his wife Robyn wanted to disciple singles in their community, as he had been someone who had… Continue reading Messy Grace Blog – Sanctifying Singleness
Either you get fit to look better or you get fit for survival. I have learnt how fitness teaches a lot on life. A special event happened as I ran up the hill at Kopje with police rookies. The latter is the community of people who use fitness and sport to earn a living. Sensei Mugove Muhambi is a martial arts guru who also trains, … Continue reading 3 LESSONS from fatness to fitness: Harare Fitness Community
Malkerns Swaziland – the headline show of the evening was Jah Prayzah and the 3rd Generation Band. 30 minutes before the show was to start fans from around Africa wore military clothing and were waving the Zimbabwe flag. Making sure they are right by the stage. Nicknamed Musoja by his fans, as an army chanted “Jah Prayzah Jah Prayzah Jah Prayzah” as the band setup … Continue reading Swaziland Bushfire…When Jah Prayzah started an army
It was a beautiful warm day and cool evening in Maputo as Azgo Festival fever filled the air. Many guests sipping on the famous beer 2M known as the flavour of the coastal town at the event. Unfortunately the demand was higher than expected and the bar system proved inefficient if one did not speak Portuguese to grab attention. Never the less the shopping stalls … Continue reading Mozambique Adventure . . .When Freshly Ground said the F word on stage at Azgo
As a continuation from when I revealed I quit my job for freedom one would think this was planned out to perfection. The answer is No it was not quite. A normal person would have savings, I had used all mine on trips for travel blogging sake! The day I resigned I realized that my opinion or feelings were always going to be ignored for … Continue reading The bomber jacket emerges …after leaving my job
A month since my last blog post but more than a year since I have been completely open and blogger like on this platform. So here I am, Concrete Jungle Fashionista back to do what I began years ago, which is share too much information. For the past three years I was defined by my employer so in May I quit my job to pursue … Continue reading The Freedom Project. . . What really motivated me to lose weight!