The star boasts an impressive CV – she has featured in Mzansi’s top shows including Rockville, Club 808, Ridiculousness Africa, has had her own fashion line with Legit, and is the face of Sissy Boy and USN. But what has really got people talking is her lifestyle – she owns a R4 million house and two Mercedes-Benz cars worth at least R1 million each.
So how did she make it? Of late, Boity has been sharing inspiring quotes and tips, giving her social media followers insight into how she stays so motivated and successful. Boity’s posts have come right before Women’s Day, which South Africa is celebrating tomorrow.
In her first post, she talks about having a five-minute journal which is used to jot down “dreams and affirmations.” She adds: “Write, if writing is not your thing than create a vision board.” The latter is a visual board with images and words that describe one’s dream lifestyle.
Write. ❤️❤️❤️ If writing is not your thing, then create your vision board. pic.twitter.com/ePjBAg45Ui
— Boity Thulo (@Boity) August 8, 2016
Boity shares another moving post about how channeling your inner intuition should take precedent over what people and the world are saying.
"Listen to your own voice, your own soul. Too many people listen to the noise of the world, instead of themselves." ❤️
— Boity Thulo (@Boity) August 3, 2016
Despite becoming a sangoma recently, Boity is still very much a Christian and regularly tweets about her relationship with God.
The Universe will deliberately place you in the middle of a Storm & keep you unmoved just to remind you of the strength God instilled in u.
— Boity Thulo (@Boity) August 2, 2016
And just in time for Women’s Day, Boity posted a quote about strong women and their qualities. Can we just say that we are here for all things inspiring!