Hello my beautiful people, I hope your weekend is going well and you have probably been wondering why I haven’t been posting any fashion blogs. Well, that is because I am trying to find a professional photographer to be taking my pictures, as I am trying to improve the quality of my pictures and the […]Read More DID YOU SAY STRIPES?
1 Corinthians 10:12 So, if you think you are standing firm, be careful that you don’t fall! This is by far one of my faviourite passage in the Bible, this verse teaches us to be careful in not being too proud or assertive in life, because life has a way of humbling us all down, regardless […]Read More IN HIS TIME.
I am by far not a relationship coach, lol these are simply based on my observations and from wider reading. I asked people across my social media what topics I should cover on my next blog post, and the majority wanted it to be on relationships. With that being said, I want us to […]Read More IS IT LOVE OR IS IT INFATUATION.
A very wise woman by the name of Maya Angelou once said, “IF you don’t like something, change it, if you can’t change it, change your attitude.” At the age of 19, I became a store Administrator/People’s manager in one of the largest fast food chain company in the world- McDonald’s . Fast forward to […]Read More SO WHAT I QUIT.
I want surgery, I will get surgery. As I child growing up, as young as year 6 (yes you read correctly) getting breast reduction was always on my mind, and as I started to get older it became one of my biggest insecurity. The size of my breast was always problematic for me, it was […]Read More I WANT SURGERY. I WILL GET THAT SURGERY.
IF ONLY I LOOKED LIKE HER….I WOULD LOVE MYSELF BETTER. It is without a doubt that the manifestation and expression of body shame within print media and television has made it increasingly difficult for women to accept themselves. Women are perpetually put under pressure to fit into post feminist body image that is reinforced […]Read More I WISH I LOOKED LIKE HER
in slaves vs the dark skin slaves” (Willie Lynch 1712), the idea that the fairer your skin the more you are desired and accepted has had negative effect on the black communities for centuries now. Colorism was systematically implemented as a tool used in maintaining control over slaves and also bringing division and distrust amongst […]Read More COLORISM: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF DARK SKIN VS LIGHT SKIN REPRESENTATION