Goal setting - revisiting yoga goals

9 April 2018

Remember this post – 3 Yoga poses to master - when I talked about my yoga goals? Well, I’d like to revisit it because I like to hold myself accountable for the things I set out to do (well when I can remember them that is). Yoga is still very much part of my life but I go through phases but I’m just happy it remains in my life. I tried two different yoga studios last year and one them I absolutely love, however, it isn’t that close to me so sometimes laziness does settle in! I still do a lot of Sarah Beth’s yoga videos as I still adore her.

[guest post] How to Give Your Skin a Fabulous Spring Detox in 4 Simple Steps

12 March 2018

Spring is just around the corner, and we’re almost 100% sure that you can’t wait for beautiful, sunny days and more pleasant weather. If that’s the case – welcome to the club! We can’t wait for it either, and we’re here to teach you how to give your skin a fabulous skin detox in just four simple steps. Just make sure to stay with us and keep on reading, because here are some useful tips and tricks on how to make that happen. Check them out and enjoy!

The Cheese Bar - Camden

5 March 2018

During March I went along with a friend to The Cheese Bar in Camden. Despite living in Camden I'd never heard of this place but I really enjoyed it there. I still need to go back and get myself a toastie. But until I do I thought I'd share some photos from The Cheese Bar and my trip inside Camden's market. Living there means I barely ever go there because it's always rammed but it's so nice to wander around like I did when I was a teenager. The Cheese Bar was full when we dropped by, but we left our number with them and about 30mins later they gave us a text. The service was wonderful and I loved the atmosphere. They have a huge table that you can sit on or the bar. We sat at the bar next to the kitchen and it was the perfect spot in my opinion!

Man Booker Prize Shortlist 2016 - YouTube review

12 February 2018

So I did it! I finally released my first YouTube video, I feel ancient considering I’ve been watching YouTubers for over 4 years and I’ve only just started mine up but that doesn't matter because the important thing is that I've started! Thankfully my aim isn’t to become famous just have a platform to talk about books and whatever I fancy, as well as share my thoughts with people.

I had to cut my first video in half because I talk way too much and I didn’t want to have a long video as my first video, and YouTube has restrictions on loading videos that are longer than 15 mins if you’re not verified or something like that. Regardless I finally have my first video up, even if it is in two parts.

I hope with time I can get the settings absolutely right as I know for sure my camera has the ability to produce a more high resolution video. Until then I’d love it if you could check out the videos, leave me a comment, like & subscribe. I have so many ideas for other videos and hopefully, once I get into the swing of things I'll be more concise and articulate in my videos.

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My to-be-read pile for 2018

29 January 2018

Inspired by the wonderful Madeline and her must-read for 2018 post, I wanted to share the books I'm looking forward to reading this year. I always have books in mind to read but then get distracted by deals or hype and forget about the books I've been dying to read, so hopefully, this list will hold me accountable.

This is also the perfect time to post this because I'm starting a YouTube channel that's gonna be all about books! At least for the time being. I finally bit the bullet and did it and I'm slowly thinking up content to post on. The first video will be out on Sunday 4th February and it's about the Man Booker Prize Shortlist 2016 so make sure you subscribe to catch it and let me know what you think :)

Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge
I've heard about this book for the longest time and saw the funniest thread about it last year when a girl was reading it on the train. The title itself is enough to make it intriguing but being a black woman in Britain I want to read it to find out what the author's experiences are because I've had lots! Learning some history would also be great, ever since I read Homegoing I've been wanting to delve deeper into Ghanaian/African/Black writing.

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