Friday, 30 June 2017

Sweet Love

Heya

So I was recently asked about what I am passionate about, as in what gives me life and the first thought I had was money, a LOT of money but a fraction of a second after I thought money was my passion, I realized it was not. So I visualized that if I was a dollar millionaire today, then would that give me life, that zest that we all want and like to feel and the simple answer to this was, NO. Sure being MS. Money bags would not hurt but it would not leave me feeling that zing…

So almost 2 weeks have passed now since I was asked this question and I still don’t have the answer, at one point I had settled on that I am passionate about teaching people about how to establish a healthy relationship with money, I was crashed yet again when it hit me that my own relationship with money is falling apart (Not that it was ever stable), but now it is just going south.

The quest to find my passion led me to realize why I didn’t really know what gives me life. How can I know what gives me life when I am not living it but just existing? I look in the mirror and I do not recognize the person staring back at me, literally. I have gained so much weight that I don’t look like myself anymore, which ripples to me not feeling like myself, therefore I do not behave like myself and this has led to me being the opposite of being a G. How can I be a Geenius without the G.
Fattie bella


So my biggest aspiration right now is to be a Geenius, again, because that woman knows what she wants, she is assertive, she is beautiful, she is kind, she knows her worth, she is brilliant and because she knows she deserves to be phenomenal and is phenomenal, she shows up and will show up…


Goalz (I aspire to ukuveza ithanga gape)

So my biggest aspiration right now is to be a Geenius, again, because that woman knows what she wants, she is assertive, she is beautiful, she is kind, she knows her worth, she is brilliant and because she knows she deserves to be phenomenal and is phenomenal, she shows up and will show up…

So here is to making the hard but necessary decisions to being who I want to be.

Love, Geenius.

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

iiBig Dayz...

Heya

So, the last time I posted anything here was is almost 2 years ago now, over that time I have evolved, met the best and worst versions of myself and have become almost one and a half version of who I was back in 2014 when I wrote this post. After all this time I still feel like I want to write, now more than ever because I know I have a story to tell and just because I don’t know how I want to go about ‘blogging’ about it should be the reason I don’t attempt to. So ja, I am Geenius and I will start/ continue rather, with this blogging thing, if only for my sanity. So allow me to reintroduce myself. :)
My Joan Smalls days...(Pre-2016)

My Kate Upton days...(Now in 2016)
 
iiBig Days... Geenius Still.
 
  
Love, Geenius.

Thursday, 18 December 2014

Fashion Friends Launch

Heya

I was invited to the launch of Foschini’s Fashion Friends in Sandton two weeks back. Fashion friends are there to give you clothing advice, let you know of current trends, dressing for your body & all that stuff and you can find them www.foschini.co.za or follow #FashionFriends on social networks. The launch was fun, there was food & drinks (my main reason for going anywhere), got a free pair of news jeans with the option to get them ripped, gift cards, we were dolled up (I chose Estee Lauder thinking they can make me look like Joan Smalls but eh…) which was great as I went there wearing zero make-up *welleh* and the goodie bag was great ;). It was overall a fun night out with friends, dankie Foschini.
Lele from Style & Exito


The homies (Nell, Dorah, Lele)


Love, Geenius.