3 Throwback TV Series to watch

First on the throwback list is ‘Sister Sister’, Released recently on Netflix. Starring Tia Mowry-Hardict and Tamera Mowry-Housley. Twins separated at birth only to reconnect later in life and move in together under one roof with both single adopted parents Ray (Tim Reid) and Lisa (Jackee Harry). You follow their journey as young teens workingContinue reading “3 Throwback TV Series to watch”

Dating during lockdown: How to get creative

As any single person will tell you dating can be a minefield at the best of times, let alone during a global pandemic, as the current rules we’re supposed to live by aren’t necessarily conducive to helping us to meet and attract potential love interests. First of all let’s discuss wearing masks in public. HowContinue reading “Dating during lockdown: How to get creative”

Indulgent Christmas Macaroni & Cheese Recipe

Christmas is coming! It is one of my favourite times of years, from the food to the films, going to events with my friends and buying gifts for my loved ones.  One of my favourite things to do around Christmas time is cook, every year it is a requested that I make my macaroni cheese.Continue reading “Indulgent Christmas Macaroni & Cheese Recipe”

Diary of a Millennial Woman

Now, you may think that with the second lockdown you’re prepared as you know what to expect from the first lockdown in March.  So, to fill the time, you may plan to start a business you’ve been thinking about for a long time, learn a new skill, read a list of books that’s been sittingContinue reading “Diary of a Millennial Woman”

Lockdown with a toddler

A mother’s love is second to none but, that love and patience is tested when you’re in lockdown. I love spending time with my little girl, it gives me joy and really lifts my spirits but having to manage a new full-time job, and, a toddler in lockdown proved to not be so joyful.  BeingContinue reading “Lockdown with a toddler”

My first date fiascos

First dates can be incredibly troublesome and anxiety inducing. Thankfully through the implementation of a strong vetting process, the majority of my first dates have been pleasant. Unfortunately, my success rate isn’t 100% and there have been a few occurrences where I honestly wished I faked a phone call, went home and went Real Housewives.Continue reading “My first date fiascos”

What’s new in music?

Stefflon Don British singer Stefflon Don released a new track titled ‘Can’t let you go’. This song has a fusion of both afro beats and Caribbean lyrics. The video has all black dancers and their dancing makes me want to get up and learn the routine myself. The song is definitely a vibe to addContinue reading “What’s new in music?”

What I know about the #EndSars movement

I will be honest with you, up until a couple of weeks ago SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Squad) was not an acronym, I was familiar with. Other than a lyric by ‘BR3NYA’ in her song Double Dutch … ‘I roll with SARS you know that’s gang’. Gang indeed, just when you think 2020 could not beContinue reading “What I know about the #EndSars movement”

Black love on the brain

I was on Bumble doing my standard swipe to the left, to the left when I stumbled across something that made me actually want to swipe right… And it wasn’t because I’d spotted a hottie! For Black History Month, this year Bumble are celebrating the joy of Black Love with their #MyLoveIsBlackLove campaign. Everyday in October they’veContinue reading “Black love on the brain”

The Ultimate Lockdown Sleepover

October is a very special month for me as it is my birthday month- shout out to all my fellow Libra’s! Usually for my birthday I have a cake and small celebration with my family, which is usually organised by my dad. I also plan an activity with friends such as going out to theContinue reading “The Ultimate Lockdown Sleepover”