We all dread death. My husband recently said something to me. On a normal day I wouldn’t know how to react but after the year we have had as a family I totally understand why he said it. He said tell your family where you want to be buried while you are alive so everyone… Read More The Death Talk – A Guide
Firstly, can I just say I am loving the African Renaissance happening at the moment? As a parent to a young child, it is definitely happening at the right time for me! My child can see characters that look like her, realistic versions too. Girls doing the most in these books and for the most… Read More Idia of the Benin Kingdom : A Book Review
In celebration of Mother’s day and the month that bears it, I have decided to have 3 weeks (might be more, if you are parent and want to share your story get, in touch) dedicated to parents and their parenthood journeys. I will kickstart the series ‘On Parenting’ with my take on the motherhood journey.… Read More On Parenting : Sue’s Take
My oh my, did I love this book!? “This compilation is a love letter to Africa women, and a missive to all the other souls who will come across it and give space in their hearts and minds for the varying outlooks and experiences that are contained herein.” – Note from the Editors excerpt This… Read More In Her Words: Book Review
Disclaimer: This is a ‘ find a lid that fits your pot’ type of post. I understand that we are all different and this might not be you. If not, let’s agree to disagree! My birthday was a few days ago and it just so happened that around that same time one of my blogging… Read More I Am The Woman I Said I Would Never Be… And I Am Happy
This is not a feminist post, simply because I am not a feminist. I will, however, say what I have to say though. Do not be surprised when I let my girlfriends know when they are being mistreated. Yes, I will tell them when they are in the wrong, but I will tell them their… Read More I Am African But… I Am Female First!