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I’m Shan (short for Shannon), and I live a beautiful life with my family in KZN. We have been through our troubles and still face our own struggles, but consciously choose to find good in every day and every situation.
I left Uni after two months secondment in Sweden in my Marketing Honours year and started at Unilever in Customer Marketing. From there I spent time in an ad agency and thereafter headed up the launch of a brand in SA. From all that experience I started my own Digital Agency after having kids and my love for marketing, digital and creating content, brought me to the Influencer space. I am so honoured to have a space on the net where I can share things I love, deep & meaningful things of my heart, and bits of our lives with my growing community.
I believe that this life is meant to be lived with intent and purpose. If you don’t have a plan of where and more importantly who you want to be, then it is likely that you will find yourself searching for purpose and meaning. My hope is that through this little space we can share with each other, lean on one another, and feel better equipped to face some of the things that life throws at us. I always say it takes a village to raise a family, and the best part about the village is that if people share their learnings and experiences with others, then we can take what we relate to from those learnings and apply them to our own lives wherever we see fit, and potentially avoid the struggle that the person who shared may have endured to get to that ‘sweet spot’.
I do not have all the answers – far from it!! But I have learnt a lot along the way and I would like to share some of my nuggets and grow my village. My village can never be too big, if filled with the right type of person. People who make up my village are those who bring life with their words and their mere existence. Those who raise us up, rather than push us down. Those who care for our well-being and want to see us thrive and bloom. Those who leave judgment at the door, because nothing good ever came from throwing a stone.