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Celebrating Women's Month - Every life should be celebrated

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My friend Wendy Schaffer, mother to Jodi, her special needs daughter, gives us a brief glimpse into her world of emotional rollercoasters. Wendy reminds us to celebrate every life.

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Celebrating Women's Month - An aromatic journey...

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This month we celebrate Women’s Day. As women, we are the full circle. Within us we have the power to create, nurture and transform.  I have decided to invite 3 good friends to tell their stories of Transformation and finally I to will share my story of personal transformation from regular mom and housewife to the world of entrepreneurship, boss lady and businesswomen. First is my dear friend Doryce Sher, owner and creator of The Aromatic Apothocary. Her company’s rise to become a household brand more than two decades ago, was quite phenomenal. Doryce hailed from Zimbabwe and as a...

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Mandela Day - 18 July 2019 - 67 Minutes

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   We are proud to assist the humble and compassionate Mickey Linda, founder of Yiza Ekhaya Soup Kitchen in Khayelitsha, in her mission to feed the children and elderly in her community. As a result of her commitment to “Ubuntu”, she is able to provide 100’s of meals on a daily basis to those who are truly in need. An authentic example of the meaning of Ubuntu, the African belief that those who are willing to join hands can make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. Symbols on Silk adopted this worthy cause some years ago, contributing...

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Cape Town’s 4th International Day of Yoga

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I encourage people to reconnect with themselves & with others, creating a space of inclusivity. I love collaborating with passionate & conscious brands & proudly wear & promote Symbols on Silk.

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Working Moms - Finding balance

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Finding the balance between family life and work is a challenge for many moms. Our hearts are split between our loved ones and our careers.

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