Book Review: Daughters Who Walk This Path

Daughters Who Walk This Path tells the story of Morayo, a young woman with a burden to bear that life seemed to fall apart for her in her teens.  She was forced to keep a secret imposed upon her by her older cousin who was living in her house at the time.

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If We Were Having Tea #4

If we were having tea, I will be overjoyed because it has been a long time I sat to have tea with anyone. Strange right? I know, I’ve been having tea by myself in recent times. I will tell you everything that has been happening since we last had tea even though you probably know already.

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Workchic: In My Colourful Pleated Skirt

Playing dress-up isn’t cool when it’s raining every other day because getting good light to take photos has been really hard. However, I got lucky on a Saturday evening for about an hour when the sun decided to grace us with its presence.

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Sometimes, Less is More

I know you’ve heard the saying “less is more”, a phrase adopted in 1947 by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe several times but do you agree with it?

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How I Styled My Dramatic Sleeve Blouse

If you’ve shopped recently, you will know that there are some really cool blouses with dramatic sleeves trending. From bell sleeves to bishop sleeves, to flounce sleeves, to ruffle sleeves, there is something for everyone to explore.

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Top 5 Places On My Travel Bucket List

From the first time I ever created a CV/resume for myself, I added ”travel” as one of my interests and that hasn’t changed ever since. I have a very long travel bucket list but these are the top 5 places I would like to visit.
1. Paris
2. Singapore

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Choose To Be Kind, Always

Have you asked yourself lately if you are a kind person? Kindness is often mistaken with niceness yet these two words are totally different. We describe people as nice and kind interchangeably but I believe that while it is good to be nice, it is essential to be kind.

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