"She remembered who she was and the game changed".
This is the kind of re-ignition I wish for every woman, remembering who we are at all times so that we can continuously slay in our lanes.
Two things - phrases really - sprung up for me while putting this edition together; self-
forgetfulness and re-introduction to the best version of self.
Self! Who are we without self, self-awareness, self-preservation and self-love, well nothing!
We call out these phrases so often that sometimes I wonder if they still carry a meaning to us. And this is part of the reason these phrases stood out for me.
I often tell people that I consider myself to be in a rare position of privilege because I get to come into contact with so many amazing women. Women who through their own journeys of business and life take me on a journey and to a large extend assist me on my own.
Self-forgetfulness can bring feelings of self-doubt and low self-esteem. As JahRose puts it, when a higher level oh self-awareness is attained, then the full self–expression veil is lifted.
Similarly our cover ladies also make a mention of the word self; how they were re-introduced to the best version of self when they entered the Mrs SA
I revel in such wisdom.
And I hope you will too as you digitally turn the pages of a yet scintillating edition of our magazine.