Crystelda Naidoo

Press Services International

Hailing from South Africa, Crystelda is an avid nerd and an unapologetic dreamer. With a BSc. Biological Sciences and BCom Hons in marketing, she has launched the Christian lifestyle blog - Selah Blogger and is the joint winner of the 2019 International Theology Award. The blog can be found at https://selahblogger.wordpress.com/   and her previous articles may be viewed at https://www.pressserviceinternational.org/crystelda-naidoo.html

  • To infinity and beyond…

    As a 29-year-old female living through challenging times, I’d like to think that my infinitely expanding list of goals and bucket list accomplishments is highly within my capacity to reach.

  • Breathe Jesus

    While running out the door and leaving 2020 behind me, I chose to opt for a different approach to my usually (unaccomplished) goals for the year – a theme for the year.

  • Drink more coffee. Get more done.

    Productivity and the hustle are at an all-time high in society. Whether you’re trying to find your purpose, keeping busy at home or pushing through work, we’re often told to grab a cup of coffee and get more work done.

  • Hope changes you

    Christmas is my favourite time of the year. Growing up, we focused on activities that became traditions leading up to, and for the duration of, the festive period.

  • I’m not okay (pt. 2)

    Hello, November! It may seem strange to you, but I cannot believe that we’ve found ourselves this close to celebrating my favourite time of the year, Christmas.

  • The Crystelda Naidoo Story

    What do you want to be when you grow up? When I was younger, I probably would have given you any possible combination of; Power Ranger, veterinarian, race car driver or adventurer. Now that I’m older, you may assume my answer would change to something more seasoned. But I’m here to tell you that the tone of my dreams hasn’t changed a bit.

  • I’m not okay.

    Is anyone over 2020 already? You probably didn’t notice me jump to my feet and throw my fist into the air. The year has been riddled with twists and turns, changes that happen faster than we can blink.

  • This could be easier.

    How many times have you thought that life could have been easier?

  • Selah.

    Raise your hand if you think that 2020 is the year that just keeps on giving! With all the activity going on in the world at large, it seems to be hard to find a moment to stop and gather your thoughts. If you’re anything like me, the last 6 months have been a blur, and finding a moment to pause and breathe has felt like grasping at straws.

  • Are you still watching?

    “Are you still watching?” My biggest issue with seeing this question pop up on Netflix is actually considering how many episodes I’ve actually been watching to warrant being asked this question. We’ve all been utilising our time at home differently.