The decade is closing and bringing a whole bunch of feelings with it. I’m excited but naturally, I’ve got some worries.
This one is for my all music lovers. Lockdown has highlighted the importance of artists in keeping us sane. Here are some artists and their projects that I feel aren’t being shown enough love.
A lot of women complain about the dating market and do nothing about it. I rounded up a group of friends to do the unthinkable; shoot our shots and see how the other side live.
The current climate means that a lot of events & gatherings have been cancelled. At a loss to both the consumer and the business, things are complicated. However, are these situations being handled correctly?
During this period of social isolation, a lot of us may run into the danger of going backwards and entertaining those who don’t need to be. Yes, I’m shouting.
Life has this weird habit of tilting the scales of my peace. Sometimes we’re prepared and sometimes we’re not. I’m learning to adjust to the constant change and decided to make another “the art of” post.
Furthering your education after undergraduate is optional. I made the decision to carry on but I know there’s a whole bunch of you still deciding. I hope this helps xoxo
My hair generates conversation and this isn’t new information. However, with age, I’ve grown tired of having to entertain these conversations. Is it by force?
This one is for all my sisters triggered by the words of Ms Summer Walker. Let’s unpack the album and its message xoxo
It’s another podcast episode! Grab something to sip on as today I’m joined by some friends to chat about how we’re dealing with life post uni. We, the people, feel bamboozled.
It’s a wrap. Summer 2019 has showed out and left us in the hands of Autumn. This summer had its moments and I’d love to share my highlights with you.
Thailand! It’s been on my list for a long time and with my faithful travel buddy (my mum xoxo), off I went; to explore and see more of what the world has to offer.
I’ve been struggling with faith recently and kinda assumed it probably isn’t just me. This post is more so self-help that I’m hoping can help someone too.
University didn’t defeat me and I graduated! That still feels weird to say but nevertheless, I reflect on the last 3 years and talk next steps.