Escaping The Responsibilities Of Being An Adult

  Have you ever felt like just running away and escaping responsibilities? But for whatever reason, you just can't get away quick enough. In an ideal world we could just jump on a plane or a train and just get away for a week, two weeks, a month, six months, however long you need to … Continue reading Escaping The Responsibilities Of Being An Adult

3 Lessons From 3 Years Of Blogging

Firstly a massive thank you to everyone who has supported me so far. Blogging has been such an amazing experience, I am so grateful for all the love and opportunities that have come from this platform already. Originally I didn't know what I would be addressing in this post, I just knew I wanted to … Continue reading 3 Lessons From 3 Years Of Blogging

A Few Things Meditation Has Taught Me About Myself

Photos Taken By: Anya R Thompson @ The Good To Me Launch Event I recently downloaded the Headspace app, so that I could give mediation a proper go. I have tried mediation before, but seriously struggle with staying present. Silence tends to invite a bunch of thoughts. The app basically talks you through your session, … Continue reading A Few Things Meditation Has Taught Me About Myself

Mental Health Is Not A “White People Thing”

I get into why it is important to have the discussion around mental health, particularly in the black community. Speaking about trauma can be mentally exhausting, simply being exposed to the traumatic past of our people without a solution is damaging. So I hope that this helps to breakdown the importance as well as some … Continue reading Mental Health Is Not A “White People Thing”