Whether it's physical or mental, adventurous behavior makes us feel good: It fires up the same regions of the brain that getting a reward does, according to a study in the journal Neuron. This may be why we're motivated to try new things even when they're intimidating. Being adventurous has it's own benefits and we have been seeing this through so many people who are all about adventure.
Sonia Mbele is all about being adventurous and we have been seeing this through most of the famous people in Mzansi's entertainment industry. One of the most adventurous people we know is Sonia Mbele who played Ntombi Khumalo on SABC 1's Generations before it got revamped. She is also known for her incredible beauty as well as her great fashion sense.
On her latest post on social media, she left many of her followers astounded by her beauty as she went out to explore nature which is something she usually likes doing. Doesn't she just keeps aging like fine wine? Share your opinions, like and kindly share.
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