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Author: Joy

2019 – My Caterpillar year

hello you, You know when we were in high school and we used to write conversations and our teachers were so categorical that we did not need to write the title to our compositions first. As I was writing this today… my Caterpillar year is what came to my mind and the reason for this […]...

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24 lessons for 24 years lived

Life is a gift: Treat it as such. You only live once – live as such, do not use this mantra as an excuse for reckless living. Find your tribe – A group of people who you know at any given time Walk on the shoulders of giants – Mentors are so important, get a […]...

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Reflections on working in corporate for a year

When I was leaving school post my undergraduate degree my biggest fear was being jobless. Each day I spammed employers with my CVs, talked to those I knew. Anything to ensure that I did not stay at home. Seeing that I had not come up with an entrepreneurial venture that I could keep myself occupied […]...

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The last black unicorn

Hey loves, I have just finished listening to this book 😊😊😊. The last black unicorn. A hilarity of a story. This book made me feel happy, Tiffany made me laugh. I mean laugh my heart out. The candidness with which her life happened is just so deeply beautiful. Her style of writing makes it very […]...

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Grateful

I’m seated at an Art-caffe calmly waiting for a friend of mine to arrive and then it occurs to me that my weekly blog post is due… When I started out with writing this post, the title was grateful. As I continued typing the title turned into self doubt. Remember in primary school how we […]...

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