Well, well, well!! Olympic fever is certainly running high – team GB had the most sensational weekend!!
Of course ‘Queen’ Jessica Ennis took the gold in the Heptathlon on Saturday evening – and as you can imagine, my Olympic themed posts have re-entered the top 10 most viewed posts in July!
NB: Lots of Union Jacks feature in this post! #proudtobebritish 🙂
Thank you, thank you, thank you for stopping by, I really do appreciate it!
Enjoy the rest of the Games!
Lukwesa Burak, founder of the online retailer Gidore, shares her pearls of wisdom on starting and sustaining a beauty business.
Lukwesa was also one of the key note speakers at the inaugural Keziah Connections Nurture and Network event that took on the 24th July. Read more about the event here.…I hope to see you at the next one!
A celebration of Black British Beauty in the mainstream media…look out for July’s installment!!
This post has garnered many views in the past few weeks as the Olympics got off to an amazing start. Queries about Jessica Ennis’ ethnicity is the main reason for the spike in views . I state in the post that Ennis is of a mixed heritage background – her father is Jamaican and her mother is English – but most importantly of all, like myself – Jessica is first and foremost British!
Although Jeanette Kwayke sadly didn’t make team GB for 2012, it was wonderful to hear her mother’s (Rose Kwayke) story on what it takes to raise a champion. After witnessing some of the most spectacular wins over the past 10 days – I have nothing but the uttermost respect for Rose and all of the mums (and dads!) who make the sacrifice to see their child take the Olympic stage.