Drake – Gods Plan

After dropping the music video to Gods Plan, Drake is sitting in 2nd place on Youtube’s trending videos. You have got to love Drake! His albums have brought us nothing but pure joy and in this video, you see exactly why we love Drake.  #ForTheOVOLovers



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The Biggest Loser Challenge

Anyone remembers The Biggest Loser Challenge? of course you do! For those who never saw the show; “The show features obese or overweight contestants competing to win a cash prize by losing the highest percentage of weight relative to their initial weight” (Wikipedia)


Biggest loser challenge

A lot of people like the show, in fact some so much that they couldn’t help but start their own Biggest Loser challenge. We found this to be so much better than having a gym partner, because we are all competitive in nature and competitions usually push us to the limit.

We going to tell you all about it so you can grab friends, family and colleagues to join you.

A few steps to get you started:

scale weight challenge

Step 1: Gather a group of friends; this can be your close circles or colleagues depending on who you are comfortable with.

Step 2: Set up rules – nothing is as annoying as rules made up along the way. You want to make sure that everyone is fair, and no one is cheating or disadvantaged.

Step 3: Set a price –  everyone has to contribute towards the price, whether it’s winner takes all or there’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. This must happen before the challenge begins, people will put in as much effort as they have invested towards what they are doing.

Step 4: Record everyone’s weight; Record on the day you start.

Step 5: Let the games begin. Note down everyone’s weight daily and have them calculated at the end of each round. You want to review and give prices weekly, that way everyone is always pushing and competitive.

Your Challenge Formula

Here’s a formula you can use to calculate the percentage: (Remember the winner is determined by the weight percentage they’ve lost)

% = Weight lost / Original weight X 100

E.g. if Matilda weighed 80kg originally and now weighs 75kg (lost 5kg)

5/75 x 100 = 6.67%

The one with the highest percentage for round wins.

Victory, success

Who said keeping fit and losing weight doesn’t have to be fun?

Please feel free to engage on our social about your Biggest loser experience.

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Office Looks

Hey Ladies, we’re back again but this time we are hooking you up with Office looks.

We know that dressing for office is not as easy as it looks. Whether your office is casual and creative, or buttoned-up and sophisticated, get inspired and shop high style work-appropriate looks. It still takes time to get the best look. So below we have a few outfits that we think you should try out.




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The Body transformation we all need

It’s been a while since you started your weight loss program, the gym has been taking it’s tall and the scale is taking forever to move to the lower digits. If that’s you we have some inspiration for you, to help you go through this part of your journey. We decided to share some inspirational pictures, showing celebrities who you can relate to.

Sophie Ndaba

Sophie is famously known for her role as queen in Generations on SABC1.









Tumi Morake

She is currently the #WTFTumi host.










Julius Malema

Julius “Juju” Malema the leader of the EFF and former ANC youth leader.










Zolani Mahola

Who could forget the melodic Freshly Ground star Zolani Mahola.









Unathi Msengana

Singer and Idols judge, her weight loss has to be the greatest transformation ever. She looks beautiful and she knows it!

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New York Fall Fashion Week 2018 – Run Way to Street Style

New York fashion week (which started on the 8th of Feb and ends on the 16th)  has us all excited about the looks we’re seeing on the runway and out in the streets. From our favourite designers such as Micheal Kors to Prabal Gurung, each have amazing looks that stand out from their Fall collections 2018.

We’ve put together looks that we think you would love…comment below and let us know what you think?


Source: www.harpersbazaar.com


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The wisdom of ‘the other’

Success is seldom created in a vacuum, we are inspired and challenged by what we see around us. We are challenged to move when we have seen others move, and when we have seen that its possible to move. This makes us intentional about the people we surround ourselves with, who are they, what is it they carry, why should they be in our lives. How can we be changed and challenged when with them, do they motivate us to be better humans, or they are there is echo our fears & insecurities.

Here is some encouragement from one awesome Oprah Winfrey. She is one to keep as a source for encouragement, making you believe anything is possible. As she says, “You get in life what you have the courage to ask for”.

It’s not that I’ve always known who I would be. It was just very clear to me from an early age who I wouldn’t be.

The opportunities for a girl born black in Mississippi in 1954 were limited. You could teach in a segregated school. Or be a maid. A cook. A dishwasher. A servant. I never thought that would be the life for me.

I vividly remember standing on my grandmother’s small screened-in back porch, churning butter while she boiled clothes in a big black cast-iron pot in the yard. As she pulled the steaming clothes from the pot to hang on the line to dry, she called to me, “Oprah Gail, you better watch me now, ’cause one day you gon’ have to know how to do this for yourself.”

I did what she told me. I watched carefully as she pulled the clothespins from her apron, held them two at a time between her lips, and placed one and then the other on opposite ends of the sheets and towels and shirts and dresses she hung on the line.

A still, small voice inside me, really more a feeling than a voice, said, “This will not be your life. Your life will be more than hanging clothes on a line.”

The certainty of that divine assurance got me through many a difficult moment during my growing years.

I wanted to be a teacher. And to be known for inspiring my students to be more than they thought they could be. I never imagined it would be on TV.

I believe there’s a calling for all of us. I know that every human being has value and purpose. The real work of our lives is to become aware. And awakened. To answer the call.

Read more: http://www.oprah.com/spirit/how-oprah-winfrey-found-her-purpose#ixzz56Qcf2Pp7

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