Welcome To Wonderful Womanhood with Stephanie Zanetti
I struggled for years with my health and well-being, in complete isolation, even though I was surrounded by amazing people. Wonderful Womanhood was born from my pain, which turned into a passion to share information and tools, with other women all over the world.
“To be liberated, woman must feel free to be herself, not in rivalry to man but in the context of her own capacity and her personality.” Indira Gandhi
We will only see change
when we change
Women’s Health Topics
You can find useful information on pregnancy, giving birth, and infant care. Early childhood education and well-being.
Getting things done
Simple tips and hacks for making day-to-day life easier and better.
Meal prep and food hacks
Learn how to have fun and cook healthy and delicious meals with your family and friends.
Review of non-prescription pharmaceutical products, such as vitamins and minerals using phytochemical (plant-based) ingredients that are safe and effective and are trusted by the medical fraternity.
Clinical information is broken down for ease of understanding in order for us to manage our bodies and hormones.
Matters of the heart
Relationship advice and patterns of behaviour to look out for.
Breast Cancer Awareness
Resources and information on breast cancer and early detection protocols.
I share insights and spiritual awakenings and how to channel them to a deeper healing of your mind body and soul.
Work and Career
Advice on how to increase productivity and maintain your well-being.
I am south african, of indian origin
In 1860 my Tamilian ancestors came to Kwazulu Natal as indentured labourers, working in the British-owned sugar cane plantations.
I lived in Bangalore India, briefly, as a child, with my parents and siblings. While sadly I have lost the ancestral family lineage and language, I still have a deep connection to India and our amazing friends there.
I have also lived in Miami and worked across the United States, with my Italian husband. We now live in South Africa, where we are raising our two sons, 3 dogs and 15 chickens.