From 2010 up until 2015… I was the black girl that was nervous about ANYTHING and EVERYTHING. I was the black girl that was always getting dragged for filth purely because of my skin tone. I was the black girl who always kept her thoughts in her head because she was scared of saying it… Read More I was the black girl…
IT’S NOVEMBER PEOPLE. WHICH MEANS FALL SEASON. WHICH ALSO MEANS IT’S ALMOST CHRISTMAS. There are only two months left until 2018. Make the most of it. The negative energy and people that affected you last month. Let that go, don’t let that get inside your circle. I know you’ve heard this so many times but… Read More It’s Basically Christmas Eve.
Can you believe it’s already October? and it’s also Black History Month in the UK? The time when black culture is celebrated at every corner. Reminiscing of the moments of the most famous black people in history. From Mary Seacole to Idris Elba, to Martin Luther King JR, to Naomi Campbell, to Sir Lenny Henry,… Read More Black History Month: Every Month?
On the 10th October, it was World Mental Health Day. Everyone on social media gathered together to share their stories, experiences and how much it can affect our day to day lives. On occasions like this, it should remind us of how much we need to be aware of this. It’s actually not funny when… Read More October 10th: World Mental health day 2017
Just imagine a new blogger creating their blog on blogger, they are the happiest bunny in the world right now. When they launch it and release their first post, your adrenaline goes through the roof. They check your blog daily for your stats. After a few days within a few weeks within a couple of… Read More Consistency is a must.
Hello there, it’s a new month and can you believe we have almost completed the third quarter of the year. We have entered into the month of September. Back to school, college, students moving up to the next year, back to work, uni, new students starting uni. I’m sure that some of you had targets… Read More September: the new January ?
Yep in a couple of weeks, students will need to regulate their sleeping patterns for early nights and early mornings. Using public transport that are most likely to be crowded, BO overflowing in buses and trains (unless your parents drive you, or you drive yourself. In that case you is blessed). Sitting in classes attempting… Read More However it’s back to sixth form/college