Last weekend was CURLFEST ! An event dedicated to black magic and the natural curls, locs, braids, fros, hair products & just a bunch of black joy that’s born within our culture, complete VIBES! I recommend you make it to this event at least once, its beautiful (pictures below). Well,
Today I stopped by a farmers market on my lunch break. I usually see them while I’m on my way to work but I’m generally in too much of a rush to stop by. This farmers market is operated by Grow NYC
Its June which means it is officially Immigrant Heritage Month! Those that know me or follow me on social media know that I am an immigrant from the Bahamas & my story is quite complicated, one in which I use to never feel comfortable talking about
Tops Diner is a place I came across about a year or so ago and fell in love with ever since. I don’t go often because of its location but when I do it never disappoints. This place is literally your one stop shop. There’s a bakery, a bar, you can have dinner, breakfast, lunch, brunch anything & they have awesome milkshakes and drinks.
Yass! its National Doughnut Day! So after work I decided to head to the Doughnut Plant to get some Doughnuts to celebrate, cause why not?
It was time for a vacation! A quick trip to LA with my girls was much needed! I know I’ve neglected my blog a bit but with TKSaturdays in effect and going strong time has really been scarce.
This has been a long time coming. I love Suya! to know me is to know that I love Nigerian culture, love!