As the year draws to a close, I can’t help but reflect on the journey I’ve been on over the past 10 years in South Africa. It has been a rollercoaster and it has been hard but each day I thank God for taking me a step further to completion. Right now I’m missing my… Continue reading The Deep Secrets we Pretend Don’t Exist | Being African, Beneath the Surface
I know we’re still in October, but to be honest, my mind is already in December😂. It’s been one intense year of researching and reviewing hundreds of literature! So I’m more than happy to make myself believe I’m on vacation back home in Cameroon, eating dodo and eggs everyday! Who’s in December with me? After… Continue reading A Giant Recap of the Top Trends in 2017 | 65 Outfits, Shoes and Accessories
Have you ever been involved in an argument which becomes soooooo intertwined and heated that you forget the point you were even trying to make in the beginning? It’s normal human nature to want to be understood. Infact we feel slightly offended at someone, when they don’t get the ‘point’ we are trying to make,… Continue reading The Art of Being Silent During Arguments | Opinions are Overrated
I can’t believe we’re in October already! I’m lowkey trying to convince myself that there’s another month after December! It’s been 7 months since I started this blog, and I’m just so grateful and sincerely honoured to even have people read what I have to say. Thank youuuuuuu for a remarkable 300+ subscribers💓! I’m in… Continue reading It’s The Little Things We Do | Living In Love
According to our dearest Aunty google, a horoscope is a forecast of a person’s future, typically including a picture/prediction of a character’s actions and circumstances, based on the relative positions of the stars and planets at the time of that person’s birth. It can also take on the definition of a diagram representing the positions… Continue reading Horoscopes | Believing in Creation Over the Creator | So You believe in Your Star Sign?
From the time she was able to reach counter tops, my older sister, started cooking. At 8 years old, she could cook jellof rice like a pro! She’s always had a passion for food, wellness and community upliftment. And so choosing a career to pursue was straight forward for her, I would say. She studied Human Nutrition… Continue reading 5 Lessons Learnt from my Sister, Faith Akob | On Taking the Road Less Travelled
Wow! A whole 2 weeks of no blogging😲😭. My chest! I’ve missed you all so much! And I’ve missed reading your blogs too! This is all due to me being out of home for the past month. And home is where the WIFI is at, so having to buy data has been really expensive which… Continue reading How I use Instagram to Travel Across the Continent | Let’s Explore Africa