There has been something that I have seeing on social media a LOT that has now become a domino effect. Which is that celebs are being cancelled by the minute. This has been because of old but offensive tweets that has been coming out of the wood works, which is actually getting more draining at … Continue reading CANCELLED!, CANCELLED!, cancelled?
It's safe to say that we are only four weeks into 2018 and A LOT has happened on social media. Monique vs Netflix, Offset upsetting the LGBTQ community, Amara's interview with the Breakfast Club and Stefflon Don old tweets about dark-skinned women, and that's just to name a few. Although all of this was happening … Continue reading Colourism in the UK: Is it even that deep?
This year in 2018, you are NOT coming to play. The severely delayed new year's resolutions that were made back in 2013 will be completed this year (or in the next year). This year is the year of being consistent. Remember that word. consistent. CONSISTENT. CON-SIS-TENT. That's the word you will learn for 2018. There's … Continue reading Open Letter Series: Entry Seven: ’18 – Be Consistent!
Dear 18: There's only eight requests that I want from you, nothing drastic, just short and sweet. Treat me well, that's all I'm asking. Teach me on how to forgive those who have did me wrong. Make me realise that it's okay not to be okay. Teach me on ways to stay consistent from '18 … Continue reading Dear ’18
At this point, us black girls. We're not angry. We're not upset. We're not furious. We're just tired. Tired of not being listened to, tired of not being heard. Tired of being told to "just get over it." Tired of "always using the race card" to include in any situation. Tired of being overlooked and … Continue reading At this point.
Here's a piece of advice: It's not the end of the world if you don't achieve your targets or goals in a certain time. It's okay if you're not where you want to be in your life at the moment. Even if you have a busy life, please try to find time for yourself. If … Continue reading You’re almost there..
Men listen up. Especially black men. I know you see us, black girls, killing it for quite some time now. On social media, you guys would be so quick to comment on our posts with fire and heart eyes emojis. Being vocal about how we should be praised more often but outside of social media, … Continue reading Black men, do you really love us,black girls?