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A lovers guide to being BOLD


  • 1.
    (of a person, action, or idea) showing a willingness to take risks; confident and courageous.
    “a bold attempt to solve the crisis”
    synonyms: daring, intrepid, courageous, brave, valiant, fearless, unafraid, undaunted, dauntless, valorous; More

  • 2.
    (of a colour, design, or shape) having a strong, vivid, or clear appearance.
    “a coat with bold polka dots”
    synonyms: striking, vivid, bright, strong, eye-catching, conspicuous, distinct, pronounced, prominent, obvious, outstanding, well marked, showy, flashy, gaudy, lurid, garish

    “a bold pattern of yellow and black”

    The average woman wears many hats and being bold is one of the many decisions we juggle through our seasons. When is it correct to be bold?

    To find and identify with boundaries; to abide by them and to honour the ‘you’ is one mighty bold task.

    Women whom dominate their being, a woman who fits in her skin, a woman who knows how to celebrate and talk her strength, one whom can influence and make a difference in the world with the elegance of grace, of true self identity and pinpoint accurate awareness.

    The beauty in being a woman, is that we have the ability to make our being fit like a glove.

    To embody whom we really are with boldness comes from connection and support. It is those women whom have done amazing things and that easily support one another whom make a difference in our circles of influence and boldness allow it to shine.

    By sharing with women, caring, nurturing and talking the confidence of hollering your healthy choices is to be empower the boldness within.


    Love and celebrate your sisters hard.


    Written with gratitude to Tash Mitch

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