The Versatile Blogger Award

I’m really thankful and excited to receive my very first nomination award ever for The Versatile Blogger Awards! Since I started this blog, it has been nothing but great to share knowledge and receive knowledge from fellow bloggers. I have to thank my sister naturalkinkstrinis for this amazing nomination. All naturalistas, please do check out her blog for amazing content. I just discovered her blog not long ago, head out there to see what I mean! Thank you so much for all your support and engagement, it really means a lot!

This Award was originated by IdiotViews 🙂


  • I’m a big fan of TV Series’. My favourites are Modern Family and The Office!
  • South African traditional meals are one of my best meals ever
  • I’m just a simple chick! Don’t wear a lot of makeup. A mascara, eye liner and a great lip gloss does it for me 🙂
  • I love being around nature and just gazing at nature! It soothes the body, mind and soul!
  • I’m big on photography. Great and just the simplicity of pictures show a true artistry that can be explained in so many words
  • Most of the music on my playlist is RnB. I’m an RnB freak lol!
  • I love fish. I would love to own a home indoor fish pond as my own one day!




The Kink and I




Katherine Veach

Cooking Without Limits

Karen Kana


Lady WP

Kinky Curly Coily Queen

Naturally Dory


Mio’s Hot Food

Rules for the award:

  1. You have to thank the person who nominated you and provide a link to their blog! (being kind).
  2. Link the nominees and inform them about their nomination (passing the love ,that was given).
  3. Nominate at least 15 bloggers of your choice.
  4. Share 7 facts about yourself (being truthful!)

Stay Blessed!!!






Lessons and wisdom of 2016

As we all know as naturals, it takes a process to find what suitable products suit your hair. Through thousands of hair care products to choose from, it’s kind of impossible to try each and every one of them and the only thing we can do is to go with our instincts or to research as much as possible from other people with your hair type all over the internet.

The thing about natural hair is that it can be quite a frustration when you are unable to manage it or find those few products that make your hair the exact way you want it and I’ve heard some people complaining that they are tired of natural hair and want to move over to relaxed hair.

I will admit it is quite a process to get to understand your hair and it doesn’t happen overnight, it can take some months or even a few years. Especially for black Africans who have coily hair from hair type 4a-c. What I’ve learnt is that when you decide to be a natural, you need to have the patience for it. Study more about your hair type, and make sure you are ready for the challenge.

One thing I always remember at the back of my mind when I think about the frustration or sometimes when I just don’t feel like doing my hair( it does happen sometimes), is that I will reap the rewards of strong, healthy and growing hair in the long run! There always is. When you take care of your seed, it will eventually grow.

2016 has been an interesting year for me and a lot wisdom which comes along with it.As I’ve started this blog in April this year, I am really glad to have come this far. These are my few most important thoughts I thought I should share throughout the journey this year:

  • Never put on too much oil on your hair to avoid your hair being too greasy. A little goes a long way.
  • Some products you thought were great when you bought them and didn’t work, will never work on your hair. Just dust it off and move on!
  • Always try to moisture your hair to eliminate dryness which eventually leads to breakage.
  • Do not listen to everything people say regarding hair treatment and hair growth. Be realistic. And listen to your inner soul. Believe it or not your hair is not just hair; it’s a living nature from GOD!
  • If you working on a tight budget, you can still find easier ways to take care of your hair by using natural remedies or using reasonable priced products.
  • Forgive yourself. Not everything you do to your hair will be perfect!
  • It’s Okay to do protective styling such as braiding/weaving at times. If people reprimand you for not being a complete natural, it’s their problem, NOT YOURS!