Hello everyone! Today, I am sharing my thoughts on how I measure progress. Within the four walls of an institution, it is very easy to measure progress because your life has structure and rhythm. You know that in that phase, progress meant acing tests & assessments and moving on to the next level. Although, in … Continue reading How I Measure Progress
Hello everyone! It is a week to tests and assessments of my 1st term here at LISOF. I will be brief so I can get back to studying. I received a lot of questions about the fashion school I attend. So, here are my answers: What does LISOF stand for? Leaders in Science of … Continue reading LISOF: FAQs
Some goals or dreams come to pass so quick, your head spins. Others take years, if you never give up. It is an amazing feeling when a dream finally comes true. I recall first dreaming about getting a fashion education when I was 14. It did not take too long for me to "wake up" … Continue reading Steps to a busy yet productive 2018
It is the 6th day of the year. Well, technically, it is now the 7th for me. In my world, it seems like the world is crawling. Do not get me wrong, I have done A LOT in this few days but things are not exactly going my way. Don't we all enjoy life … Continue reading Doing It Afraid. Scratch that. Be intentional.
Hiii! Your favourite inconsistent blogger is back! Aaaand issa wifeee! Here's to hoping I leave the blogging inconsistency in 2017. For real. It has been quite the year. I guess it is safe to say that God slayyyyed '23' on my behalf. I am very thankful, blessed and floating on cloud nine. So, here are … Continue reading 2017, #TheYearof23
Omg. Not a single blog post since MAY!!!!! Hiii! It has been ages, guys. Haha. I have been having so much fun just doing life and getting off social media as much as I can. I have started so many posts but for some reason have not been able to finish them. Terribly UN-inspired. It … Continue reading My Mandela Washington Fellowship Experience: Foodscapades 1
Eek! Late 2016 After staring for ages at my application, I was honestly very frustrated. It was the last day to apply and I had one question left. Just one! I rubbed my eyes wearily and closed it. Two hours later, determined, I went back to it, finished and clicked 'Submit'. As it is with … Continue reading The 2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship