See How Far You’ve Come

Paperbeau l See How Far You Have Come

Ever since I was a child, I pictured myself to be just like Blossom (played by Mayim Bialik): An ultra-smart fairly confident character. A real model of plucky individualism. To be smart (read tons of books), fun, free and to live happily, floating through the days of my own pace.  Oh, and I dreamed of […]

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Dear White People: Here Is How Racism In The Workplace Looks Like

Hi Darlings, Today I want to talk about racial discrimination in the workplace. More so companies understand what it means because I still hear companies say; “No, we also stand for equality and diversity. It’s so important”. But that doesn’t really measure up does it now, when your team and even your board of directors […]

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Interview With Female Entrepreneur Nothando Maposa

Interview With Female Entrepreneur Nothando Maposa l Paperbeau

Hi Darlings, So today I spoke with Nothando Maposa. Before running her current catering business Nothando ran a modelling and promotions agency in Johannesburg. After taken a gap year to travel she found herself in The Netherlands. She takes people on a South African culinary safari and I had the pleasure to interview this boss […]

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Hey, it’s okay!

Hey it's okay! - Paperbeau - Lifestyleblog

Hi, darlings, Nice to have you on the blog again. So a long long long time ago when I was 17 years old…. I bought my first Glamour magazine in the Netherlands, and they had a section called: Hey, it’s okay! – I love that section of the magazine. I would skip all other content […]

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Letter from the founder PAPERBEAU

Hi Darlings, I wanted to start today with this little note and I thought long and hard about it. To post or not to post. But I can’t leave it. For the past couple of days I have been receiving tons of messages. Thankfully all nice and from people who want to listen en learn. […]

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Resource guide for anti-racism

“For it isn’t enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn’t enough to believe in it. One must work at it.” Eleanor Roosevelt As I mentioned in my previous post; It’s not enough for people to just say they’re not racist, we need to be proactively anti-racist. We need your […]

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