Jan 17, Your Culture

Top tips to improve your self-esteem

Hi, my name’s Tevin Vassell and I made a thread on improving self esteem and here’s some of my points on how too.  Be your own person. What I mean by that is, don’t live to please anybody cause you can’t please everyone, even if you tried too. Please don’t be the person to do […]

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Jan 17, Your World

Differences Matter

Differences matter in life. Sometimes we need them to make life better, sometimes they make life awkward or uncomfortable and unfortunately sometimes they make life worse; but ultimately: they matter. We live in a world that isn’t very accepting or accommodating to people that are different and so it is very easy to assume that […]

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Jan 17, Your Culture

Black Music is our Best Form of Therapy

For as long as I can remember, I have always been a huge music fan. Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, Jazz – I loved it all. With this being said, I believe I was a lot more passive in my engagement with music as a teenager. It is only in recent years that I have come […]

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Jan 17, Your Culture

Wearing a bold lipstick

Hey everyone, I hope you’re all well. I’m back today with a quick beauty post and I’ll be talking you through some easy tips to step up your lipstick application from level 50 to 100 lol. It only adds 2 minutes extra to the process of applying lipstick but it makes a noticeable difference. Honestly, […]

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Jan 17, Your Culture

Winter Activities in London

Just because Christmas and New Years have passed doesn’t mean the festivities have to stop. Here are some South Bank Centre Winter Festival This festival also hosts a variety of festive shows and events, from the contemporary circus show ‘Bianco’ (Nov 23- Jan 22), to the rock ‘n’ roll musical ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ packed with […]

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Jan 17, Your Culture

What are your motives?

As we jump headfirst into a new year, one of the most popular new year resolutions have often been to get fit and healthy leading to a massive rise in memberships in January only for attendance to massively fall off in February. I believe while the intentions to get a gym membership and start eating […]

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Jan 17, Your World

Race is Sociology, not Biology

I can honestly say that race did not mean a great deal to me until moving to America. I felt as though race was a biological (as in maybe there is some truth behind black people having denser bones and so not as good at swimming) which could cause social or cultural differences. But it […]

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Jan 17, Your Culture

Winter Tips for Natural Hair

During the winter months, weather conditions are a lot harsher – drop in temperature, cold winds…snow (just thinking about it makes me sad). With this change in weather, naturals should decide to also change their hair regimen, in order to protect your hair from damage. Below are tips for caring for natural hair during winter: […]

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Jan 17, Your World

The Cause of Terror

Western media makes it impossible for us to go a few days without being reminded of the immanent threat of a terrorist attack. Whether they mean to or not headlines such as ‘Massacre in Paris‘ and ‘terror fanatic beheads soldier‘ evoke feelings of fear and anxiety into anyone who reads it, it reminds us that […]

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