Oct 18, Your World

The Value Of The Black Consumer

In the wonderful world of Black UK Twitter, you are bound to come across some of the most ludicrous comments and opinions one could ever think of (but I’m not judging). However, there are times when you can also find interesting and thought-provoking opinions which remind me all is not lost on us. Funnily enough, […]

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Oct 18, Your Move

In A Woman’s World – Blogging As A Black Man

Seeing a black man blogging about a topic(s) that they are passionate about or sharing their everyday is such a rare sight in modern society. From the naked eye it’s clear to see that blogging is female-dominated, with certain social media accounts, pages and movements even being dedicated to supporting and empowering female bloggers. It […]

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Oct 18, Your Culture

Black Brits knocking on overseas doors

There must be something in the air because Black Brits are travelling like never before. It is almost impossible to scroll through social media without seeing someone you know ‘living their best life’ abroad. Bali, Dubai, Santorini, and Thailand are just some of the destinations people have been flocking to lately. As a travel lover […]

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Mar 18, Your World

Interview: Girls Trip Tours

Tell us a bit about Girls Trip Tours Girls Trip is a travel experience focused on female empowerment. We bring a group of women from around the world and across Africa to a specific African destination for the experience of lifetime. The idea is to explore Africa from a female perspective: connecting with homegrown influencers, […]

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Jul 17, Your Move

So, What’s Next?

I graduated from an BSc economics degree in July and since then whether I am talking to friends, family, acquaintances or even my doctor the question ‘So, what’s next?’ always seems to come up. Now this in itself is not a bad question, but when you are not too sure or have absolutely no idea […]

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Jul 17, Your Culture

Black Brit in the states

I studied abroad in my second year of university at the University of Maryland, College Park (don’t worry, this was before Trump). It was a truly life changing experience which I would recommend to anyone if given the opportunity. I knew that I wanted to write a post about my time abroad and thought that […]

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Mar 17, Your Culture

Top tips for turbulence

In 2008, I was woken out of a blissful, dreamless state on a flight to Kingston, Jamaica. Kudos to the sleeping pills I popped before boarding, as I was far too weary to do the conventional thing and cry in reaction to the shrill cries of ‘Oh my God’, the plane jerking violently, and the […]

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Mar 17, Your Culture

Top 5 Meals Abroad

Hello! My name is Tanisha and I am a flight attendant for British Airways for just coming up to two years now and I love it! I am a massive foodie and love that I get to travel the world and enjoy so many amazing foods from different cultures. My all time favourite is Asian […]

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Mar 17, Your Culture

Moroccan adventures

Morocco legitimately gave me some of the best memories of my youth. It was my first visit to an African country which a friend and I visited for our graduation holiday Go during ramadan: First of all, it was sooooo cheap. Like ridiculously cheap. We were able to get a bed and breakfast deal in […]

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Feb 17, Your World

Long Distance Relationships

Relationships require a range of ingredients to make them function, much like a cake. Flour, Icing, Butter, Communication, Trust and Respect, just to name a few. In 2017 relationships and unions are built from the most amazing circumstances i.e. abroad, while studying, travelling and online. There is something romantic about knowing you met someone in […]

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