Ask Ashe is 10 – Featured Durban Blog

Ask Ashe is 10: Never imagined back in 2009 that I would write that out in 2019 – Ask Ashe is flipping ten years old… What a journey!Over 2000 posts, over 4500 images and quite a few very different looks – if you’ve been following for a while, do you recognise any of these: HAHAHAHAHAHHHHHAAAAA I had a good LOL looking in the wayback machine at what my site has looked like over the years! I count myself extremely lucky to have been able to use blogging as a creative outlet, to share the things I love, what I’ve discovered, to showcase small businesses and brands, as well as the opportunity to travel, taste, see and review myriad South African places and spaces.  Whilst I don’t blog as much anymore, preferring the speed of instagram and the ability to create movies and stories over there, this blog will always be my first love, where I discovered my true passion for sharing the beauty of South Africa and its entrepreneurs, creatives, crafters, curators and artisans. To celebrate turning 10, I will be sharing a series of old posts, new discoveries, giveaways and some of the most common questions I’ve been asked over the years. Keep […]

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