B ▪ A ▪ L ▪ I (Part 1)

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Beach writing at the moment. After my last holiday, I assured myself that I was going to type whilst experiencing the relaxation vibe. After an 18 hour flight, and on day 3 and… Continue reading

“no trouble” with spicystew.

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  My bad if you thought this was going to be a food post! With Bali now currently in play, with me attempting to revamp my wardrobe and supporting black owned business all… Continue reading

The Ivy

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#3rd February, First Meet, First Restaurant. With winter at its peak, it seemed like the best excuse to dress with black heels to calm my bright of a head wig. The name of… Continue reading

Black Kings VIII: The Growth

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Over the past few weeks, I have used time to tidy up my blog and review categories that are relevant and still give me that fire in my belly. (Funnily enough all categories… Continue reading

Talk Less, Do More

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Yass, I am alive and well everyone lol. I guess this post is a recap of 2018 as my written voice went AWOL for almost a year. Last year was generally a good… Continue reading

My Skin, My Life!!! – Yvonne

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Back in November 2017, I saw an Instagram post of a stunning little brown girl and I was so in awe that I went about searching for the source and lol, I came across @creativesoulphoto (the creative team… Continue reading

Island Magic – Nadine

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Everyone said I should be excited about all the sun, the sea and the sand and that I was about to drink my weight in rum and get waited on hand and foot.… Continue reading

Unhappily Ever After – Michael

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Ada forced a smile as glistening eyes watched her. She swayed to the music of the live band whilst wrapped in the arms of her new husband. They moved gracefully together with each deliberate… Continue reading

Being Black British – Jason

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Here is my piece of being a British born Black man, as discrimination still blights our lives despite the rise in a society of Black Britons’ through sport, music, fashion and culture.

Ounje Omo – Gbenga Turo

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An evil I need to rant about is this psyche of ‘Ounje Omo’ in Yoruba language (which loosely translates Children’s food) See, your children will never be your pension or welfare engine in… Continue reading