Hey there, I am in Rwanda safe and sound although I am in a very cold region. I am still exploring this beautiful country and I still cant get enough of how clean this country is 😊I will be sharing my experience with y’all soon.
Today we go tribal.
I hope everyone is well this fine afternoon
I am quite excited about this week and I hope you are too. For me a new week symbolizes a new beginning and another chance to do better. Today I embark on a new chapter in my life an opportunity that I am so grateful to God for giving me. I will be leaving for Rwanda later on in the day for a community development program. I will be sharing with you all my stories from there on this platform
Morning lovely ones. This is my first post on the new platform and it is exciting. You know the feeling when you see a baby crawl for the first time? It’s almost that exciting; Chic and Legal being my baby!I am definitely happy to see us grow and I know deep down that this step comes with its blessings.
It has definitely been a while since I posted but hey, am doing good. I hope you are too. Sometimes its okay to take some time off and rejuvenate. And as I did that, I got in touch with my African roots. 😉 I got this African dungaree months ago but never got the best photos to put up and share. But today, voila! I am super-excited to share with you the outfit and my favorite hairstyle! Yes, my afro! Many people ask what I do to get my hair to puff; I actually washed my hair with the Olive Conditioner. I also use a mixture of coconut oil, castor oil and Olive oil,(Very affordable) though honestly I had not oiled it at all for this shoot. You can try it; gives your hair a natural sheen. I will soon do a hair post once my hair recovers from the hairline loss.