Out goes 2018, in comes a cheeky 2019. Happy New Year Guys! In this one, I talk about my fear of the new year and what it could bring. Change scares me, but it’s inevitable.
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.
2019 is very local guys! Here are some things we all need to let go of going into this new year to make it LITTY. Hopefully, I trigger you all xoxo
2018 was lit in all its different ways, so what better way to end the year without revisiting the highlights?
There are so many misconceptions about makeup wearers and being an avid makeup enthusiast? I thought it was time to break down some of those myths.
A different type of vibe. Instead of the usual scheduled programme, you asked me questions and I happily answered them.
There are so many black creatives who are out there, making moves. Quite Frankly is a place to share love so I’ve decided to share some of these creatives with you all.
You live your life as only you, no one else. It’s important to love the body you’re in and all aspects of it. This is usually a sticky little standard to meet.
The second and final part of the His & Hers (Perspectives) post, I’ve returned to my usual position to reply to last week’s letter.
The first part of a two part series. In this one, we hear a male perspective on the usual topics of love, dating and relationships.
Undergrad is almost over and stress levels are increasing with the workload. I’m currently trying to figure out how to power through this last hurdle.