We are one quarter in 2019… And just like January and February… We still come here to recap this month and highlight a couple of things that we are grateful for…
In the spirit of being more vulnerable this year especially after sharing this post and the importance of vulnerability here… There is another conversation we should have… A conversation about what makes us weird… the little things that others consider odd or not normal that we have that we have began to enjoy.
I experimented with an Instagram TV video this week and I must say that I am steel reeling in the awkwardness of actually being in front of the camera and listening to myself speak. Nonetheless, in line with my stronger side which is writing, here are some tips on how to go about introducing the idea of being your partners best friend into your … Read More Being best friends in a relationship
This is the second post in the gratitude series that began in January, and it is a kind of follow-up and check in on my wholesome well being. I do it mostly for me, but also to encourage you to keep some kind of tabs on yourselves too.
You are probably rolling your eyes right now because we are in the middle or better still last half of February… Well oops this came a little late. But not so late if you consider the fact that some products take a while to have a feel of.
I grew up in a household that did not understand festivity and holidays. In fact what was Christmas in other households was general cleaning in our house… Where we would wash the blankets that hadn’t been washed a whole year and sometimes even walls (yes we washed walls).
I was going to talk about masks this week until I went to a WIRE event and we had a vision board exercise… And I didn’t think a lot of people had no clue how to do it.
Its been 2019 for one month, but I have been living in 2018…You see my January started pretty slow. I have been reeling from the pressure and fatigue that came from my final year of school therefore I have been rather sluggish.
Following this post, I decided to work out a small practical plan that could put some of the points into perspective..