Incoming repost. 😅 I wrote this one in the thick of uncertainty and my own insecurities. Somehow, I find myself here again. Where is all this headed? Does this matter? Was there a better path I should have taken? Does it get better? Especially that last question! There's nothing new here but I do hope … Continue reading On drowning in self-doubt (3 easy steps)
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
About me 😌. If WordPress is counting right, this should be my 100th post. It's a little unbelievable that I have shown up here about 100 times. It's true some of those have been reposts (if that's how WordPress counts) but I thought I could share a little about me. I have seen this trend … Continue reading 100th Blog Post – Random facts…
It's been a heavy week, in the best week, with writing on several topics finding light in the Afrobloggers Community. It has honestly been a great prompt and wonderful information has made its way in circulation. Continuing yesterday's thoughts on learning and reading disabilities, I thought I would draw attention to language. Lebogang's post lays … Continue reading Advocacy: Lost in translation
So...if you are all caught up with yesterday's post, you sort of already know where this is heading. I want to give perspective to what I'm trying to put across so thought I would share a blogpost from someone walking through it and give you a glimpse into their everyday reality. The excerpt you are … Continue reading Advocacy: What they wish you knew
I wasn't sure of how to write about the topics I felt strongly about this week. So I am glad I read Miss Nsatu's post to give me a little more direction on how to go about this. As an advocate, I don't have to have gone through the issues that light a fire and … Continue reading Advocacy: Where to begin.
How do I fill the blank pages! That glare at me in expectation Awaiting the ingenious thoughts I promised Only to find that there is nothing new Under the sun. My thoughts are far spent All your pennies could only scratch the surface and not the deep Yet the deep is what I wish to … Continue reading What more to write then?
This is my first authentic book review, I think. Most of the time I just get a central theme that stood out for me and go along with that. Highlighting the book and talking about everything else. 'Love is a Revolution' by Renée Watson was my favourite read in the month of Feb. I thought … Continue reading Love is a revolution – Book review