2016 has been a very eventful year to say the least. This year has brought more bad than good to a significant number of people, now let’s look at some of the things you seriously don’t need in your life in 2017 All these challenges I am not going to lie, some of the… Continue reading 10 things to be left in 2016
Today when I was browsing through my Twitter feed I saw a video of a man livid at the fact that black people in his neighbourhood were turning a blind eye to the fact that a black cop shot and killed a black man. Really his point of view was that people are so… Continue reading #BLACKLIVESMATTER—but why do we tear each other down in the next breath?
“No one is you and that is your power”-Dave Grohl It is so easy to be swallowed up into this world and all its fads that you end giving up who you are and sometimes you’re not even aware of it. Do not get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with delving into the… Continue reading A little individuality
1. Make a checklist Never underestimate your ability to forget your passport, charger and contact solution at home. Always make two identical checklists of everything you are packing, one to tick off before you leave and another for when you’re about to leave the hotel. This will help you pack everything you need and… Continue reading Beginner’s guide to traveling
I was binge-watching Tyler Perry's productions when I realized that Madea might just be the coolest grandmother under the sun, she is just the gift that keeps on giving. Granted she is not the most stand up woman (given her interesting past occupations) but she definitely gives great advice and sheds some light on… Continue reading Why Madea is #GrandmaGoals
In light of 16 days of activism against women and child abuse, I saw it fit to tell my account of having a friend who was a victim of abuse. I just want to encourage everyone to do all they can to help victims and bring awareness to this worthy cause. In the interest of… Continue reading I had a sexually abused friend