Meet Lauren Adams (above), a postgraduate marketing student at Red & Yellow in the Mother City who loves fashion, coffee and marketing. Her blog, “Loodle” is about all those great things in life inspired by the creed, “Live! Laugh! Love!”.
Who doesn’t like rugby, right? Kelly Kingwill is the passionate rugby lover of the “Girls Guide To Rugga” giving you insight into the game from her perspective. Kelly acknowledges that women do have a place to love the sport with every fiber of their being just as much the guys and she’s even gone as far as to dedicate her blog to that very cause.
Okwami features design, fashion andphotography which this blogger likes to refer to as her “Bare Essentials”. For all those things and a splash of Chinese Calligraphy and
This is what Tasmirah Mall has to say about the daily grind: “There’s more to working for a living, there’s living for a living”. She encourages her readers to be open-minded to experiencing Jo’burg in new and visit her blog Seen & Heard for some more insight into her passions: strategic communication, brands and people.
“Stompies: 1. noun (pl.) cigarette butts. 2. to ‘pick up stompies’ is to listen in on random conversation (South African colloquialism).” This is the foundation of Claire Brayshay’s blog, Pick Up Stompies who bases her content on random bits of overheard conversations.
Stuart Hablutzel is the mind behind the blog Citizenise and on his latest excursion to the Neighbourgoods market he takes us on a video journey through the market exposing us Jo’burgers to the Cape Town scene through his eyes. Citizinise is centered around ordinary people doing extraordinary things in business. You can also view his Tumblr for some of his inspiration here.
Last but most certainly not least for this week’s OGP weekend reading feature is Ayanda Mbonambi. She claims that she would unapologetically rent a DVD with her last R20. In her blog, The Unpolished Cut she looks at celebrating the imperfections of this life by finding a cinematic anecdote.
Don’t forget to let our entrants know what you think of their blogs. As Elbert Hubbard said, “The final proof of greatness lies in being able to endure criticism without resentment.”