This month I was somewhat spoilt for choices when it came to deciding on which blacked owned business/entertainment to review this month. So I have decided to do something slightly different and focus on my top three purchases or happenings in May and give a review on each one. Continue reading
I was impressed with the number of post published and shared via blogs and social media to mark Mental Health week. If you are reading this today and suffering from depression or any other symptoms related to mental health – be sure to know that you are not alone. There are people and support groups out there out there waiting to listen to you, support you and share you their own testimonies.
I believe a serious shout out to all our bloggers, vloggers, event planners who celebrated Mental Health Week this month is required!!!!!
Founder: Sandra N. Dipate
I have been eating so much food from black owned restaurants the past few weeks, if I reviewed them all at once – it would probably turn this blog into a food blog…. *covers face*.
I am breaking this trend for now with a glimpse of fashion… well with eye fashion.
So here is my very late April review in earlyish May. Continue reading
A very quick RANDOM post this time round, as I want the pictures to be doing most of the talking. Continue reading
In London, the sun is naked and March is coming to a close, meaning it’s time for pre-birthday celebrations ishh. Whoop whoop!
My friend and I decided Brixton, in a pop-up kitchen called Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen. The menu on its own was enough to say “yep…March Review sorted”. Continue reading
What are your views on black people and black women representation in a workplace? Do you feel that being black or being a black woman in your establishment will be a factor in your career progression?
These were just the couple of questions my “blog sister” Margaret asked 5 black women (Tanimola, Victoria, Moyosola, Yemi and Maggie) for her Moments With M blog. The posts were indeed an innovative and unique way to demonstrate the different views and experiences of black women as minorities in a workplace which has encouraged me to write on my own views and experience on this matter and touch on those few questions in line with some of the questions Margaret came up with. Continue reading
Founder: Nyanga (other articles refer to the owner as Fatou Mendy)
I’ve only just relocated to Milton Keynes for a week and returning back to London for the weekend – felt great! And with the feel of spring trying to burst its way through as well – it felt even better. Oh yes! I am a typical city lady who loves the busy life and likes to be spoiled with choices when it comes to means of transport. Continue reading