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Of Fleeting Passions And Dream Jobs

I don’t have a dream job. Okay. Maybe that’s a tad far-fetched. More like, I’m currently undecided on my dream job. Sometime ago, there was a series of Q & As on my timeline spearheaded by @TheBlackHermit, I think. Not very sure right now. He was asking that simple yet ‘difficult’ question, what is your …

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In All Friendliness

I’ve always said that Yinkus Pinkus is my spirit animal and I’m not even kidding. Her post on A Different Kind Of Art resonated deeply enough to warrant a comment – something I haven’t done in an awful long time. Anyways, this was what I wrote, This is so spot on! I’m currently at this …

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Being Spontaneous And Deliberate

I’ve never really been a spontaneous person. I like to think things through over and over before making rational decisions. I like to plan and analyse stuff well enough beforehand and make mental notes so as not to fall short. I like to take responsibility for my actions and not blame it on the alcohol …

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Carefree Black Girl.

  There are two things I’ve recently discovered about myself; 1. I don’t know how to endlessly brood over things hence forgiveness comes easily to me. 2. I cherish my peace of mind. When I was in high school, I had a friend – a buddy more or less. We did stuff together, got individual …

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Settling For Less.

One of the first few emails I read this morning was a post notification from The Full-time girl. A blog run by Lauren DeMoss which seeks to address issues ranging from both personal to general from a Christian girl’s perspective. Now there aren’t so  many blogs of that kind so you can imagine my inclination …

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Of Marriage, Mediation and Globetrotting

So I just finished reading both memoirs of Elizabeth Gilbert; Eat, Pray, Love and Commited; A Skeptic Makes Peace With Marriage. It was an extremely insightful and enlightening read. I thoroughly enjoyed the journey through her first marriage, divorce, search for spirituality, pleasure and eventually love and marriage. But one thing particularly stood out for …

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