Hello guys, I believe September is going gentle on you and in turn, you are staying grateful and making the best out of every opportunity life presents. I am grateful for so much. For starters, I managed to, with the help of a friend shoot a kitchen video, sharing a DIY recipe for a home … Continue reading Thank you for 1000K YouTube Subscribers
Unsplash.com This is the 4th time blogging this week and despite the fact that I have been unwell for the last 3 days or so, It is beyond fulfilling having to pick up my iPad and type away whenever I feel like it. I love and enjoy writing. I have been down with a cold … Continue reading Random: A Racist Pandemic, Black Lives Matter, Coronated, What’s Happening.
Image by Donna Hovey from Pixabay I have noticed that am itching whenever I am in a mask and my nose, chin and cheek area are breaking out compared to the past especially whenever am having to step out of the house and be outdoors for longer periods of time. Initially, I suspected it might … Continue reading How to Deal with and Prevent Maskne (Is than even a word?)
Pixabay.com I like to talk to myself especially whenever am home alone. About anything. If you ever decided to eavesdrop and listen to some of the conversations I have, you would think I've gone bollocks! It is one of those things I have never disclosed about myself. Being a bohemian girl ain't your regular walk … Continue reading My Raw Birth – QatsHub Central: Your Honest Opinion?
Pixabay.com Have you ever had an anxiety attack? The feel like your heart is literally about to detach from your chest. I am trying to find a better narrative to describe this but if you have had one, then you certainly have an idea. Your body feels like it is crawling out of your skin, … Continue reading What does an Anxiety Attack Feel Like?
Pixabay.com I remember with nostalgia the optimism with which we started this year. I was rostered for duty at 0500am on 1st January, 2020 so my 31st of December 2019 was spent indoors, chilling and spending time with my partner. As she was reporting to work at midnight of the new year, she was up … Continue reading Introducing ZuriChats: When it Rains, Play and Dance in the Puddle
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