Blog – Positive Growth
  • Blog,  Education,  Talk

    Debunking the Myths of Correspondence Education

    By three methods we may learn wisdom first, by reflection, which is the noblest; second, by imitation, which is the easiest; and third, by experience, which is the bitterest -Confucius As any would we all have reservations towards people who educate themselves, I think the term often used is ‘self-taught’ but in recent times it has garnered such a negative connotation. I was and am currently being educated at the University of South Africa which is a correspondence education institution, to those who don’t know what I’m talking about, basically you are sent your study material to go through at home at your own pace and then you write an…

  • Blog,  Events

    The Woman Within Workshop

    My first event of 2018 happened on the 10th March, hosted by my aesthetician of 16 years Aadila Mehtar at Skin Concepts and Dr Anjana Bhana, a specialist medical aesthetician. Breakdown The event dubbed an Elegant Aging Workshop was geared towards age prevention and understanding what both our physical and mental bodies go through as we get older and on how to maintain a youthful nature and a youthful appearance. Set against a beautiful botanical backdrop with floral accents in both the food and décor creating a quaint day out with the girls. And that’s exactly what it was a beautiful day out with inspiring women sharing their passions,…

  • Blog,  Talk


    While we may find appreciation in the quiet spaces, inspiration is found in the noise. So here it is… To be completely honest, I have been fretting over the last few weeks on what the first ever blog post should be. I’ve been playing with topics in my head and I am currently working with three different versions of this article trying to produce something cohesive out of my muddled up thoughts. For me, indecisiveness leads to extensive research and almost every advice article suggested a self-introductory piece. But critically looking at every version of this post, it either screamed self-righteousness or had a hint of low-key passive aggressive bragging.…