Have you read the book with the same title by Eric Smith as yet? Well, I enjoy reading comments. Like on YouTube channels - personally I think that reading the comments while watching the video heightens the experience. And of late, I have also been drawn to reviews on Goodreads. Sure some people may say … Continue reading Don’t read the comments!
At this point, online anything has mostly become common place. We live in a time where most love stories (because I watch plenty of those - if you read the previous post) have an element of social media. Whether they met on Instagram or Facebook, even Tiktok. Let's not get even get into the online … Continue reading Navigating online relationships
I like to keep my fiction writing as close to real life as possible. I like to think that when people read they are like 'this could totally happen' or come to think that the characters are people they could know. Question is, do I always get it right? This writing preference doesn't mean that … Continue reading Art imitating Life.
July is done, as you know and now we are in August, again as you know. I was hardly here (🙈 me hiding behind a pillar as I confess that) and I figured I would take stock. An idea I first saw from Justynlove. So here goes; I was... Attending. Virtual meetings. My best kind … Continue reading Out with the old, in with the new!
It's been a whole two weeks since the Afrobloggers Challenge ended. And I know this update is coming in much later but the Challenge was won by Elise over at Letters from this heart. Throughout the challenge she approached the topics in form of a short story series following Esaaba and her outlook on life. … Continue reading Falling back into a writing pattern!
Like most things in life, there was a time frame to this Time crept by slowly, eating up the process and spitting nothing back. They didn't see it move at fast, A subtle little move that gave them the illusion of time aplenty. They blinked and they were already halfway done Time kept silent too, … Continue reading The Day It All Ended
It's Friday👯♂️. Not that it makes much of a difference in lockdown when the days start to blur together. But the fact that it's Friday got me thinking about dress downs at work. I once interned at an office and you could tell it was Friday just by the dressing. I enjoyed those because it … Continue reading Culture and Fashion Week: When the past and future collide.
On the whole I like makeovers. Mostly house related but once in a while I can be moved to watch fashion makeovers. Like the show 'How do I look?' Totally enjoyed that. I was always so vocal about what fashion trends worked for people (and yes I know what fashion trends would work for me … Continue reading Culture and Fashion Week: A change of mindset.
Of late, I have been drawn to the headwraps. I just love them. I think they make a great statement, wrap up a look and go with everything. Which is always a catch for fashion. Something that's comfortable and can go with everything 👌🏿. I also like the fact that they make a messy bad … Continue reading Culture and Fashion Week: Headline with the headwrap
Should hand it to Afrobloggers - these topics have been properly varied. Shoved me a little out my comfort zone and got me learning enough things. So this is obviously Culture and Fashion Week and at first I thought I was boxed in by one perspective but the more I sat with it, the more … Continue reading Culture and Fashion Week: the trendsetter and the sheep