After meeting this gentleman downtown, he had texted me for about two days. The conversation ended with him asking my birthday. I don’t know if I was just too busy or if I had decided not to engage in conversation any longer but I stopped replying and continued to move on with my life.
I know Borough Market and Leadenhall Market are ‘the’ markets to visit when you visit London but I have another to add to your list of places to visit! Introducing Spitalfield Market or ‘Old Spitalfields Market”.
I’ve never felt more relaxed and happy this summer, and it’s still June. I’ve taken a new approach to my time off, and my life. I’ve decided to do what makes me happy. I’ve been enjoying everyday and these are my tips. 1. Do what YOU want. Seriously, just do whatever it is you want,… Continue reading Six Tips to Summer Bliss
Another week, another set of snapshots on a Sunday! Got to enjoy some sun this week and do a bit of thrifting which is always lovely!
Too often I hear friends and colleagues talk about what they really wish they could do in life and shortly after tell me they can’t do it for ‘such and such’ reason. Why? It it your life after all.
It seems quite common among my friends, acquaintances and colleagues to hold a certain distaste for rainy days. They see the grey clouds, the wet and muddy ground ,so they get the overwhelming feeling of the rainy day blues. I don’t. Every time I step out of my front door and it is a ‘gloomy’,… Continue reading Enjoying the Rainy Days
“My passions are my personality”. This week’s artist profile is dedicated to model/actress/artist Bronté Mirriah Stanfield! Not only is she working with handmade crafts and products from around the world on the daily but she is also actively involved in the artistic world of modeling and acting. Interested in finding someone who is down-to-earth yet… Continue reading Artist Profile – Bronté Mirriah Stanfield – Model/Artist
You know the saying, “Don’t talk to strangers”? I am fully aware and generally abide by this principle in certain areas but my recent encounter shed a little light and made a loop hole for the phrase.
All throughout elementary school and into high-school I thought I needed a lot of friends to be happy and I thought popularity was extremely important. That being said, I was not shy to the lifestyle of being walked over by some of those around me and never really learned how to stand up against it.… Continue reading Why it is Okay to Not Have a Million Close Friends