SELF LOVE. They have always defined you by how you look, And if they get a little bit decent, by how you reason. And they have created tsunamis of stories, Not to praise you, Not to honor you, But to put you in such a spot that makes it hard to tread on. … Continue reading HOW TO LOVE YOURSELF VERY MUCH.
A few days ago I was browsing the internet for the latest headphones with the best audio quality available. The pair were going to be a gift for a very close friend of mine. After a few minutes of research the Sony MDR-1A seemed the perfect pick for what I wanted. Sadly, my friend being an audiophile … Continue reading DEAD BEATS.
water is omniscient a woman she carries the memories, moments she plucks from bodies’ stretchmark, curves, scars arranging them in curls going back and forth hugging, splashing on torsos never losing her possession delicately held like a toddler. when she comes across a familiar memory, moment on the body of mortals emblazoned does she splash … Continue reading SECRETS.
I’m quite sure that most of us women know one role of hormonal contraceptives; controlling pregnancy. This is true. What most of us don’t know is that these contraceptives have more benefits than just the sole purpose for which we use them. Birth control. Pregnancy control is not only for avoiding unwanted pregnancies. It’s also … Continue reading 9 REASONS WHY EVERY WOMAN IN THE 21ST CENTURY SHOULD USE HORMONAL CONTRACEPTIVES.
KIAMBI [the Conversationalist.] A young man attending a gathering meets a stranger in the interiors of a city park. A philosophical conversation sparked by a book in his hands ensues and cuts deep into his prompt. The afternoon begins getting interesting by introduction to two ladies. One familiar. The Conversationalist … Continue reading The Conversationalist.
How can one possibly review a book like _the richest man in Babylon_? This man in Babylon is a system, a discipline, a strategy, a process and a lesson on wealth. Pinpointing a singular motivation factor in the book is a challenge I am rather too lazy on, instead, I can only simplify, unjustly of course, some key … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW | THE RICHEST MAN IN BABYLON | AUTHOR: BABYLONIANS
"I have come to the simple but heartbreaking conclusion that some things are meant to be over, without ever being finished." —breathedeep-breatheclear
The first two years of any relationship are the hardest. The honeymoon phase ends. Cracks start showing. Loyalties are tested. Survive the first two years and you’re good. Not for a lifetime of course. Well, there are no guarantees in life. I imagine this is what a marriage counsellor, with a pen held loosely between … Continue reading CHRONIC MANIACS.