Mrs Remarkable 2018

Yes. Me. Still, can’t believe it.

Mrs Remarkable 2018, 1st runner-up.

A year ago, I entered the pageant and trust me when I say, I did not enter to win it was to just have fun and meet other women. I mean I couldn’t get my walk right, I still practised hours before the show.
By no means am I a model. I don’t walk ramps at all. This was a first for me as a mom, as a wife. But I enjoyed it.
I don’t think the Remarkable team or my church realises the impact it had on me. I mean, I stepped out of my comfort zone and I owned it.

This allowed a shifting in my mind, it showed me that just because I haven’t done something before didn’t necessarily mean I couldn’t do it.

When you are asked to embark unfamiliar territory don’t question yourself, give it your best shot because trust me, you never know…


I met some Incredible people on this journey and the beginning of beautiful friendships.

After the pageant I had women walk up to me saying, Thank you that I inspired them. Some that were part of the pageant said, my spirit kept them going.

And that’s another thing, you never know who needs you.

A year on, Thank you to my Pastor, Pastor Joan Hendricks, Mrs Africa 2018, Lucinda Pietersen and the Remarkable team for impacting my life and for changing my mindset.

And that’s another thing, you never know who needs you.
A year on, Thank you to my Pastor, Pastor Joan Hendricks, Mrs Africa 2018, Lucinda Pietersen and the Remarkable team for impacting my life and for changing my mindset.

A moment, a feeling I would never forget👑💜

There’s doubt in trying…Just do it or stop thinking..

When you go out of your comfort zone and it works, there’s nothing more satisfying.. Kristen Wiig.