Na Bado

28.11.2016 | photo by Poon Celebrating one year since this glorious, gloomy day in Edinburgh- my MSc graduation. This was one of my best days in 2016. I had a really wonderful time after what had been a very frustrating week. I think I’ve said this before elsewhere but my time in Edinburgh was so

This Month in Music (October 2017)

Underground, London Happy new month, friends! Here are the songs that took me through October. Enjoy. Track List Spirit- Kwesta ft. Wale China Love- Victoria Kimani ft. R.City Green Light- Cuppy and Tekno Spice Girl- Amine Nightshift- Commodores Escape- Enrique Iglesias Figures- Jessie Reyez (A COLORS Show) Come Close- Common ft. Mary J. Blige Big

#faves- Apps on iPhone

  El Pastor- Borough Market, London Bible App What I use it for– Divine intervention I’ve lost my physical bible so having a digital one is a great fallback. I’m still going to need a physical one though! There’s something about turning the pages of a physical bible. Camcorder What I use it for– Making

Working Through

When work is difficult, it’s natural to feel like you want to stop. Difficult work requires the best of you and it’s not always effortless. If you find yourself in a difficult space, struggling to push through and deliver what you need to do, it’s perfectly fine to pause. A pause doesn’t mean you’re quitting.

#faves: Instagram Feeds

It’s always interesting to see how people interpret the world around them through photos. Visual stories inspire and challenge the lens through which I see life. Most of the content on my Instagram feed is: architecture, design, fashion, food and travel. It’s been a few months since my last #faves post, so I thought I’d