Photo by Carmen Last year I set a real New Year’s resolution for myself. To say yes to more things. And I stuck to it. I stuck to it all throughout 2017 and I surprised myself in so many more ways than I ever thought I was capable of. I want to inspire you to try something new this year, so I’ve created a list of things you can do to better yourself, not change yourself: 1. Walk to work, or park farther away and add some steps to your journey. Download the “Carrot Rewards” ap
Photos by Nahomy Ortiz-Garcia bloom by Enya Best is a book I didn't know I needed. bloom by Enya Best is a magnificent self-published free verse poetry book that explores three chapters of the writer’s life. This collection hit me hard in the best way possible. The three chapters touch on topics like first love, heartbreak, physical and mental abuse and self love. My poetic side thoroughly enjoyed this short read, with only 91 pages of glorious, impactful, interpretive poems.
Artwork by: Angelica Milash Black History Month: February 2017 An oppressed gender and an oppressed race – black women have faced a vast amount more prejudice and challenges than the average Caucasian female or the average black male. I would be here for days that would presumably turn into years if I were to write an exhaustive list on every single coloured woman who has helped pave the pathway for females of colour into modern day society. For the sake of time and your atte