Blogging is not an easy deed. It requires someone who is passionate and dedicated, someone with courage, drive, and ability to write blog articles and publish them on a public platform for everyone to view. In this new South Africa if you don’t have a blog then you do not have the tool to reach out to the people and connect with them.
These inspiring female bloggers are the examples that probably will become your new muse and may aspire you further. Let’s scroll down to get to know them!
Aisha Baker of BakedTheBlog
Aisha Baker’s BakedTheBlog started as a passion project when she was a student at UCT. She heard about blogs from a website called Lookbook and noticed no South Africans had fashion or beauty related blogs. She then decided to start one to write about and share her favorite things in fashion and beauty. She was nominated for 2016 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards and she has more than 50 000 Instagram followers.
Max Kaizen of Hunter of Genius
Max Kaizen calls herself a culturesmith, researcher, educator and activist. She is public lead for the Creative Commons in South Africa and digital rights and intellectual property are her passions. She is also a founder and senior researcher at Huddleminds, an educational software company.
Max’s blog posts are engaging, thoughtful and offer an intellectual, researched approach to topics such as digital marketing and copyright. She furnishes readers with a wealth of inspirational and motivational articles.
Kathryn Rossiter of Becoming You
Founder of Becoming You Kathryn is a mother of 2 who id a lifestyle freelance writer and editor, primarily focusing on social media content. Her blog covers a diverse range of topics and offers daily information, inspiration and encouragement for women, especially mothers. She started the blog over four years ago, to connect with the world and remind herself of who she is aside from someone’s mother. She has had an opportunity to interview one of the biggest media icon Vanessa Raphaely.
Lelo Boyana of Just Curious
Lelo Boyana (also known as Brown Shuga to her Internet readers) is a South African celebrity blogger, columnist and television presenter best known for hosting the insert “TV With Lelo” on the SABC1 gossip show The Real Goboza, from 2007-2008. She also appeared as a weekly guest on the radio show “Breaka-sly-fast Show” on Umhlobo Wenene Fm every Monday morning, discussing the latest celebrity gossip. Her third article in Blogiwood, a review of the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards was read 60,000 times, and firmly put the new Blogiwood and its author on the map.
Dawn Jorgensen of The Incidental Tourist
Jorgensen is a travel writer and a conscious traveler with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment. With a background in tourism and more than a decade spent designing dream holidays, she has had the opportunity to travel and explore many wonderful places around the world.