As an island girl who moved into a first world country like the United Kingdom, whenever I travel back home I’m always getting questions about the different aspects of living in England. So, for those of you from the TCI, and those who may be thinking about travelling to or moving to England, here are my answers to a few questions I often get. Continue reading 5 Questions People Always Ask About England/Leicester
One of the worst things we can do is blame everyone and everything around us for the problems we face as individuals.
Your job caused this… The government caused that… Your kids, your friends, your wife, your baby mama… everyone else but YOU… is responsible for the problems you now face.
Now take a moment and let this sink in.
“It only takes one person to change YOUR life: YOU” ~ Unknown
“With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt.
Often times we carry the burdens of one day on our shoulders for extended periods of time, not realizing how tedious and unhealthy that can be. Leave it behind. Allow yourself to be filled with new strength, and fresh wisdom with the coming of each new day.
peace & positivity
For as long as I can remember, the seaside has been my home. The place where all my fondest memories lead back to. My parents often tell stories of me as a toddler being drawn to the water almost instantly… running into the ocean with bright eyes and a wide smile as soon as my daddy let me down from his arms. I did everything you’d think a child would do. Build the biggest sand castles, only to pretend I was a giant and crush them moments later… to getting buried in the sand. It was the place that brought me joy.
However overtime it has become my place of solace. Embracing me when I need a hug. Washing away my fears and all the pain a young black woman like me faces in the world we live today.
There’s something about water that I’ve been unable to shake from diaper days. It’s almost as if I was born of the ocean, a child of the sea.
peace & positivity
Eating healthy in uni is hard. And although for some people that may be due to being terrible in the kitchen, for others (like me), it may simply be because of a lack of motivation or time to go to the grocery store. That’s where this helpful little hack comes in. Continue reading Useful Uni Hack #1: Online Grocery Shopping
So in my last post I gave you a few tips for your first year of uni. But before you pack up and leave your parent’s house, you have to know where you’re actually headed.
Since every university differs, I decided to break down a few things to consider before you make your final choice in four categories: Continue reading Things to Consider When Choosing A Uni