Lonely

Lonely I supposed I’ve always felt lonely,A ship without any waters,Untethered,Not attached to any particular place or person,But now I am realizing that my years of independence,Has lead me to crave connections I never forged,Floating through fickle relationships without anyone I can trust implicitly,Has left me lonely,In the middle of the night when my thoughts…

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Our Skin Care Routine

Over the last few years, I have really taken to putting an effort into my skin care routine and even though I’m very lucky to not really have much issues with my skin other than sensitivity- I have really seen the benefits of having a good routine. On the back of not having much control…

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Diverse Books For Kids

Books, books, books! So many to choose from and so little time! Or at least that’s my issue with adult books, which seems to have transferred onto my daughter! Over the past few years and especially with the influx of more and more Black voices being given the platform and their over due space, many…

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Edge Naturale Campaign

One of our main goals in 2020, was to align ourselves with brands who not only had the same visions as us, but also encouraging spending within our community and locally in any way that wecould, while having the least negative impact on the environment. We were so shook by how well Edge Naturale™ worked…

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Product review: Edge Naturale

For a long time I have had hair loss or lack of growth on the front edges of my hairline. For the longest time, I was self-conscious about this, but I wasn’t very sure how to go about getting the hair to regrow. Of course, I tried different things; massaging oils, trying to inject moisture…

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The Big Chop: Falling Back in Love With My Afro

Okay, okay I raise my hand up 🙋🏿‍♀️, I’m a product junkie- especially for Afro hair products. I can’t help it, I am always on the hunt or look out for that “magic product” my hair just can’t do without and if I’m super lucky one that works on both mine and Neveah’s hair. See?…

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Why Braiding My Daughter’s Hair Has Become Important To Me

In Black culture, hair is legit life! There is huge symbolism and importance to hair, it’s almost ritualistic. We know this isn’t central to solely in Black culture, but also many other cultures. Many of us can recount the hours we spent in our mother’s laps having our hair braided, we have previously blogged about…

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RnR Movie Review: Nappily Ever After

    There has been a lot of buzz, recently over this film. We have to admit when we first came across it a couple of months ago, we thought it was a new Netflix original tv show; not a film. Moving along, as soon as it was available to watch, this past weekend we…

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