Styles and Quotes

Assalam and hi all,

I’ve posted many pictures and quotes in Instagram (and FB page). I’d thought I’d share on the blog just in case you haven’t followed me in social medias. The quotes are warm soup for the soul especially in this chilly weather 😉 enjoy…

“She turned her can’ts into cans and her dreams into plans” (K. Yamada)

To the brands, small and big and to PR companies☺️ I’ve just finished updating the blog’s features list and reasonable rate card.
I offer ad space on the blog, brand ambassadorship, social media strategist/manager, food products trial, etc. I’ll be gladly sending the list and card to you 🌺

Last year I won Runner up – This year I made it to the Best Religious Blog from SA Blog Awards. #Alhamdulillah
I learn that with confidence, perseverance yet kindness, positivity and integrity, one can achieve what one dreams of.
My highlight has got to be positivity. Few people can be so negative in life. I learn to avoid and ignore them. I believe my followers here are my positive energy 💪🏼 ❤have a great week😊

“Be a strong woman. So your daughter will have a role model and your son will know what to look for in a woman when he’s a man.” (Power of Positivity)

Stay hopeful. You never know what tomorrow may bring.” #powerofpositivity

“Don’t wish for it. Work for it.” (Believe-to achieve)

Have a great week from the beautiful city of #capetown 🙏🏻 Make time to “smell the flower” and exercise for your mind, body and soul 😘 📷by my 11y/o son

Think positively. Exercise daily. Eat healthy. Work hard. Read book. Stay strong. Worry less. Dance more. Love often. Be happy.☺️(any)

Make yourself a priority once in a while. It’s not selfish. It’s necessary.

“Stay positive, work hard, make it happen.”

“Don’t be afraid to fail. Be afraid not to try.”
Being over 40, fully covered yet wish to be stylish? Yup that sounds like me😊

Under African sky.  No filter needed.  Juggling between roles.
Do what you love. Love what you do❤️

Today is the national Kartini Day in Indonesia. Kartini was a national heroine from Java born into an aristocratic family on 21/4/1879. She advocated educations for girls and women’ rights. Prior to her advocacy, girls over 12 y/o were prohibited to study further and had to stay at home in preparation of marriage.
This costume, kebaya, is a traditional outfit that Kartini wore. Kartini Day in Indonesia is celebrated by students wearing traditional customs to school.
“Teruslah bermimpi, teruslah bermimpi, bermimpilah selama engkau masih dapat bermimpi! (RAKartini) “Keep on dreaming,
keep on dreaming, dream as long as you can still dreaming!” 💄📷

“Let your smile change the world but don’t let the world change your smile (any)”

“Come out of your comfort zone, you’ll find wonderful things out there!” (Halaalife)

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