My last post summarized my feelings about the many transitions I've had this year and just being really glad to have gotten to the end of the school year. But I've also had friends and family ask, What's it like living in Thailand? For starters, covid is still coviding and although many countries are opening… Continue reading The Living Part
When I moved to Myanmar, I brought with me a single pack of Poptarts. Ironically when I left to come to Thailand, I brought with me a single pack of Poptarts.I have no regrets about my emergency food stashes!I wanted to live in Thailand, or at the very least visit the country since probably 2016.… Continue reading Living In Thailand
Things you can do when worry has you in a hold.
Short version: nothing. No, but for real, I didn't. It's been a hot minute since I felt the mental freedom to write. The year feels like it's on velocity mode and yet the days felt twice as long when the events of Feb. 1 took place. I left Yangon, my home for the past 3… Continue reading Things I Learned in Quarantine
Hobbies. I like em. I talk about them a lot. See the link to an old post about the same thing. I will always be team pursue your passions but note that not every passion needs to become a side hustle or even your primary career. I think this especially important for young people who… Continue reading Interrupted Thoughts
(From the drafts) Do birds of a feather truly flock together? At home, this point tends to come up especially around men and women relationships where a young lady and her perceived sexual activities and then assumed to be true for her friends. The judgements and assumptions come from all around -- older women, young… Continue reading The Influence of Others
...because what is the alternative? I'm trying to not let the weight of all that's going on lead to another year of not writing. This is just a hobby but getting my consistency back up in this area will lead (in theory) to building my consistency across other habits I need to get back into.… Continue reading Pushing Through Tough Times…
These old drafts really seemed to have some decent ideas of mine. Last year... The great Buddy Hield, a Bahamian basketball player in the NBA just recently won a 3-point shoot off competition. In many of his interviews he finds some way to shout-out The Bahamas and every time he does, it brings a smile… Continue reading Why Representation Matters
I've been writing blogs for a solid 10 years. I've written about most aspects of my life: the early days of my natural hair journey, my perspective on Bahamian issues while living in the US, my one year journey of trying out being vegan etc...I like documenting this life's journey and reading the stories of… Continue reading Monetize the Blog or nah?
I was looking in my drafts to see what old ideas I could refresh and add to...this one came up. I'm leaving most of it as-is so the time period being referenced was June 2020. First of all...whew chilay! Semester is over and cheers to the end of my 2nd year abroad in Myanmar. I… Continue reading Black People and Hobbies