Recently, I have become very aware that the amount of sugar that we as a family consume is beyond a joke. I have a sweet tooth. I have had a sweet tooth from as long as I can remember (and that would be creeping into the larder under the stairs when I was about 6… Continue reading The Great British Sugar Swap
It’s taken a while, but I have finally managed to put fingers to rose gold HP laptop keyboard and write up my second experience of attending the Everyday Joy retreat. I’m done with gushing over Tamu and her lovely ladies (I’m not). Today, I am going to share the things that really impacted me in… Continue reading Revisiting Everyday Joy
Last Saturday, I groaned as I rose from my bed and remembered that I had booked tickets for myself AND my girls to attend the 2nd annual Black Girl Fest. Under ordinary circumstances, I would have purchased just the one ticket and I would have jumped out of bed, super-excited at the prospect of spending… Continue reading It’s. A. Black. Girl. Thing.
Exactly two weeks ago, on Sunday 9th September, my girl, Tamu, hosted the first Three Sixty Day Retreat. Billed as a “day of carefully curated workshops…dedicated to caring for your mind, body and soul”, the sold-out event took care of each and every one of us who was privileged enough to be able to attend… 💛 As… Continue reading Experiencing Everyday Joy with Three Sixty – A Retreat
A while ago, I happened upon @veryverypuzzled on Instagram. I was so impressed by the account. Not only was it promoting an Africa map puzzle, which I am always here for, but it also shone a light on modern-day Black icons and historical kings, queens and rulers of Africa in a very engaging way. It… Continue reading Very Very Puzzled – A Review