End of Year Address (Part 1)

Every year I am fortunate enough to celebrate two new years; the one everyone celebrates based on the Gregorian calendar, and the other one is, of course, my birthday. The second one is much more special to me because it's a celebration of my birth and a rededication of my commitment to be my most … Continue reading End of Year Address (Part 1)

Consistency to a Fault

Last year it finally stuck that consistency brought forth a successful outcome. I accomplished so much and started some of my longstanding goals. It is such a wonderful feeling knowing that I am not broken, just lazy. One day during my meditations, I realised that I have always been consistent; however, it was towards my … Continue reading Consistency to a Fault

Generational Curses 102: Parenting Styles

This post was inspired by a video I saw on Instagram which talks about "Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome." It gives a brief explanation about why parents (descendants of slaves) behave the way they do. I found it quite insightful and helped me understand why I experienced certain things growing up as a child. It's no … Continue reading Generational Curses 102: Parenting Styles

The SAD Months

I have been MIA for a week, and I couldn't be bothered. For those who know me; I am positive, productive, passionate and organised. I feel lethargic and want to sleep all the time. I usually feel this way around winter; when there is less daylight, and it's cold. I thought I was going crazy, … Continue reading The SAD Months

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self doubt can block you from reaching your goals.

A FaceBook Reminder

I was scrolling through facebook and I was reminded about something I posted a year ago. It was a poetry project I had completed; I research the meaning of my names and wrote a descriptive paragraph about myself. Looking back at it now, I have to say that I have maintained the level of growth … Continue reading A FaceBook Reminder

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It's all about a change of perspective!

Nomadic’s Dictionary

I am...Ambitious, Adventurous Beautiful, Benevolent Creative, Curious, Confident, Complex Daring, dapperEmpathetic, Enchanting Formidable, fulfilled GroundedHappyInteresting, Intelligent JoyousKnowledgeable, Keen Lucky, Lionhearted Mindful, Majestic Nomadic Open, Opinionated Positive, Powerful, PassionateQuirkyResourceful, RichSuccessful, Sweet, Thoughtful UnparalleledVictorious, VirtuousWitty, Wise, Xenial, X-linkedYouthful Zappy, Zealous Pax et Felicitatem,Nomadic Mind Wanderer

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It's all about consistency!

Pre and Post: Year 25

I didn't feel like I lived until I turned 25. I was so caught up in my insecurities and listened to other people that I never did want I wanted. I remember distinctively; I wanted to do a queen show. I got the form and filled it out but didn't submit it because I persuaded … Continue reading Pre and Post: Year 25

Generation Curses 101

During my introspection, the term ‘generational curse’ appeared a lot in my feed. It seemed like an entirely new concept as I couldn’t recall anyone speaking about it growing up. I did my research, but it was quite hard to find a proper definition. Based on what I read, I came up with this explanation. … Continue reading Generation Curses 101

(When you know) It’s time to let go: a jobuationship

I recently started a new job; aside from being in the honeymoon phase, I feel the stark difference in motivation to power through my day. When I started my first job in the UK, I was quite intrigued as I was about to immerse myself in an entirely new culture. It was quite easy as … Continue reading (When you know) It’s time to let go: a jobuationship

The Art of Calling Out!

Asking for a friend: How far do you go when calling someone out? What do you say? How would you deliver the call-out? Who would you call-out? I vividly remember my first call-out, it was purely reflex, and I was surprised I did it. When I was 12, I decided to try out for the … Continue reading The Art of Calling Out!