Before we get into this post, I’d like to Thankyou everyone for the love that was shown on my last post. All the compliments and shares are appreciated. THANKYOU!
I did a twitter poll to see if you would want me to do monthly favourites posts, and even though the majority of people said yes, I thought it might not be very interesting. So instead of monthly favourites, I have decided to do monthly updates. Every month I will go through how the month has treated me. I guess it’s what you would call a monthly roundup. Let me know if you like this whole thang or not in the comments.
I just can’t deal, I went on three dates with one guy and that’s it, I’m done. I think, no wait, I know I need to just forget about this whole dating and relationship thing. I have come to realise that I’m really really really really really really… not ready. You can read up on my whole dating app experience here.
If you saw my I’m a Control Freak post and follow me on social media, you will already know that I am currently reading one of Iyanla Vanzant’s books. It’s great, scary but great. I am looking to buy a few more books so send some suggestions my way. I think I should start reading the books I bought months ago and haven’t even opened yet, as I have nearly finished with this book. The next book will probably be Black Skin, White Masks as I’ve only flicked through the first few pages so far. Also Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s We Should All Be Feminists looks interesting, it’s already on my Amazon Wishlist.
I’ve been listening to a lot of songs I haven’t heard in a long long time. I loved the old Jojo, Alicia Keys and I’m really appreciating Mary J. Blige’s ‘The Breakthrough’ album. My mum used to play ‘Alone’ all of the time. Dave Young’s vocals on this track is so sensual (you have been warned).I grew up listening to Brian McKnight, Donell Jones and Mary J. Blige. I remember being all in my feelings when I was younger, singing along to Let Me Love You, Shorty (Got Here Eyes On Me) and Sweet Misery.
Currently at that fed up, lazy stage (again). I thought putting my hair in plaits would be a good thing, but I only really did it so I don’t have to style my hair for work everyday.