Thoughts

BLACK FAT WOMEN MATTER TOO.

6th August 2017

I feel like by now, I’m mostly known for my threaded rants on twitter about inequality when it comes to all things plus size/race related, so I’m going to try and make this post somewhat brief, as I did touch on it earlier on in the week. Let’s get into it! Last week or so […]

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FEMININITY DOES NOT EQUAL VALIDITY

16th July 2017

  “…The level of femininity fat girls have to perform to not be seen as ugly or weird is phenomenal.” Me – On Twitter a month or so ago. My personal style has gone through the motions over the last 16 years or so. In Secondary school (where we didn’t have a strict uniform code), […]

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OHEMAA.

22nd May 2017

Ohemaa (pro. O-heh-maa) means ‘Queen‘ in Twi which is one of the main languages spoken in Ghana, where I’m from. TBH I feel the title is quite fitting, as I feel like an absolute Queen in this stunning West African print skirt from London-based brand, Grass Fields. You know when you just get an item […]

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MY RESOURCES FOR MIND & SOUL

25th April 2017

In today’s post, I thought I would share with you guys resources that I am currently using to get on top of my mental health and emotional wellbeing. As some of you may know, I haven’t really been my best emotionally of late and my depression has come up to rear its ugly head yet […]

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WE REBUILD.

9th April 2017

Oh hai guise. Long time, I know. As a lot of you probably noticed, I took a bit of time away from my blog to deal with some emotionally traumatic events, as well as focus on my mental health. I won’t be going into detail about it here; what is important right now is that I […]

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THE IMPORTANCE OF SELF CARE

29th January 2017

When life gets busy it can feel as if things are outside of your control. It’s okay to feel overwhelmed – some people can ride the feeling out and let it pass, but some people like myself just need to take a break and just…stop. I’ve seen a huge amount of blog posts and topics surrounding […]

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DEAR BODY, I'M SORRY.

16th January 2017

For a lot of people who suffer from low self esteem and low confidence due to body image we constantly go through this procedure of apologising to others for how we look. We may not notice we do it, but it’s definitely a thing that happens. From little things like making excuses as to why […]

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