I turned 24 two weeks ago! For the first time in a while, I wasn’t overcome with a creeping, lingering sense of dread about getting older. I’ve got neutral feelings about my age, about my life thus far, and that feels great. It feels great not to be so hyper-focused on a number. I look forward to arriving at a place in my life where I’m content and at peace with everything.Continue reading “Turning 24.”
The internet can be a pretty wonderful place. The friendships I’ve made through apps like Instagram and right here on WordPress, are proof of that. Continue reading “Exploring the world of blogging & green living, with Miah Ké-Leigh”
Happy Sunday everyone!
How have the past few months been treating you? 2020 is still proving to be a pretty crazy year.Continue reading “A little life update.”
Who would’ve thought that 2020 would be the year that an infectious disease would bring the whole entire globe to a standstill? Not me! But here we are. Continue reading “Thoughts on the Coronavirus pandemic.”
I cannot beliieeevee it’s been three years since I did one of these posts! Looks like I’ve got a bit of catching up to do. If you’re new here, I like to put together compilations of the music I listen to, and share my thoughts about how I found the songs or why I like them so much.
So without further ado, here’s today’s ‘Have A Listen’ post… Continue reading “Have a listen.”
I remember first discovering Nicole Honeywill’s page on Instagram and being completely floored by how beautiful, and how well curated her page was. I was even more surprised when I found out that she wasn’t even an influencer from somewhere far away like the UK or the USA, but a South African girl living right here in the Eastern Cape. Continue reading “Vulnerability & Visual Storytelling: A Conversation with Nicole Honeywill.”
Local travel is the best. South Africa is home to a lot of stunning, seaside gems, and Knysna is one of them. This beautiful town in the Western Cape is where we spent the weekend, 2 months ago when the mid-semester break offered us a chance to have a bit of freedom from university work. Continue reading “Knysna.”