April 30, 2018

A Thirst for Embrace

I thirst for embrace. The embrace only self can give self. The vastness of my distant mountains silences me… I am still. Hushhhed… hushhhed… by the evening breeze cooling my fiery wound, that wound that unforgivingly ached and ached and ached. This gentle wind whispers songs to me: “Peace at last, peace at last!” my

April 26, 2018

Knock Knock, it’s Love

I know I high-key pretend I’m 100% anti men but I’m also low-key still trying to find my perfect match and write my own love story. I’ve been reading this book (basically, 10 pages left of it) titled “When God writes your love story” by Eric and Leslie Ludy and it has been an amazing

April 24, 2018

Things Not Said : The Angry Black Woman (conversations with a stranger)

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April 20, 2018

If You Call Yourself a Feminist – Bee Feminist

It takes a lot for me to pay attention to a particular cause. Perhaps its because nowadays we are inundated with petitions and drives, or perhaps that I just don’t feel the genuine passion of those driving these causes. So I really felt compelled to shine light on the a cause that resonates with me

April 18, 2018

Weighing My Weight-loss Reasons

So, your girl has always been the chubbychoo of the group and that’s always been that. I’ve always been a bit heavier than my circle of friends and siblings. That used to bother me quite a lot because I got picked on a lot at Primary school and I’ve never been genuinely happy with my