In Her Eyes: Chapter 5 & 6

Chapter 5   Could I be hallucinating? My pulse was racing and my vision became blurry, my breath short, hooked in my throat. I stumble my way to the nearest counter and order a glass of water. Isabelle died three years ago, you idiot. You buried her, I think to myself. It’s not her, it’s…

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10 Best Things Of Growing Up West Indian

Schups…..the sound EVERY child with a West Indian mother (in particular), has heard at least a million times in their life; this is usually followed up by a threat of some sort. This week on the blog, we thought we’d explore the hilarity of growing up Caribbean. It should be stated that these are “generalizations”…

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When YOUR Blackness Isn’t Enough

Literally nothing lately has been giving me more RAGE than this subject, so take a seat- this is an opinion piece. Over the last couple of years, there has been a massive increase in the acceptance and dare we say it’s become a trend to “embrace” your “Blackness”. I have 0 issue with this, we…

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5 Ways To Battle Writer’s Block

A blank canvas, a cursor or an open notepad… For some it’s stimulating and exciting, for other’s it can be overwhelming and sometimes debilitating. I can admit that with the many ideas we have in our minds, sometimes the easiest way is to literally NOT do anything. The doubt in oneself can be more impactful…

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The Art of Asking for Help

Confession, I’m a do it yourself kind of person…whether I can blame my star sign or because I like torture- not sure, but sometimes I find it hard to wave the white flag and reach out to someone when I am struggling or when I am in need of a hand, big or small. On…

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February Roundup

Say what?!!?! Where has the actual time began?! I feel like I was just making my NYE resolutions yesterday. “Gleam” I am so so happy and kinda proud of this shot! I literally captured it quickly on the morning run. I really love the way the light and blue skies shows the details in the…

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