It’s hard to write this post. It’s hard to say the things I’m about to say. Because I wish they were never true. But denying that Racism… Read more “People of Colour, White Privilege & Black Lives Matter”
Talking about the role of People of Colour in the Black Lives Matter movement.
For the longest time I felt plagued by the incessant need to cover up what is believed to be outward flaws in my appearance. My olive skin… Read more “Born Ugly – Battling the Idea of Hereditary Flaws and Redefining Beauty”
Okay so here’s the deal – I’ve challenged myself out of spending money for the next 2 weeks for a multitude of reasons. But before I get… Read more “About Living on Less – A 2 Week Challenge”
Begging the question, is there space for a writer in a visually saturated world and an image driven culture?
Can we take feminism seriously for a moment because I’m tired. I’m tired of constantly having the same conversations to women of how men overstep personal boundaries. This… Read more “Can we take Feminism seriously for a moment?”
When I was much younger, I imagined independence would be one straight road, that went something like this > get a degree > get a job >… Read more “Struggling on the Road to Financial Independence”
I don’t have the audacity to be polite, to sit and smile at the gestures I dislike – when you infringe on my space without my consent,… Read more “I don’t have the audacity to be polite”
For the past few weeks this has been my mantra before going to bed at night. Being in a new city, albeit a city where I grew… Read more “You are not in competition with anyone else”
The dreaded feeling of failure has visited me more often in recent weeks due to taking up new challenges. About a month ago I joined a pilates… Read more “About Feeling like a Failure”
It’s easier to write a post about fashion or skincare, because there’s a lightness to it, a freedom almost. Whereas talking about something so personal, something I… Read more “What Social Anxiety Feels Like”
There’s ash on the ground and ash on the sheets, fumes in her lungs from a time she was so naive she couldn’t speak. Now she can’t… Read more “Not every day is a good day”