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Becoming A Minimalist 

Personally, minimalism for me is being able to live free from expectations, pressure and worry. I don’t have to impress anyone with what I get, have or be pressured into buying something I absolutely do not need. It doesn’t necessarily mean giving up on nice things, but truly appreciating and enjoying life more especially the ordinary days and in simple ways.

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Introverted Extrovert

We all know what introvert and extrovert mean and most will agree they are distinct opposites of each other. According to psychology (Carl Jung), extroverts are gregarious, assertive, enthusiastic while introverts are reserved, reflective. Both traits, however, are not mutually exclusive but are a continuous single personality trait, meaning not everyone falls into the two distinct ends. Those who are in the middle are called ambivert.

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How To Easily Make Ankara Shoe

The Ankara fabric is a versatile African fabric that can be rocked with any style. To create this shoe, the materials I used includes gum, Ankara fabric, a black rubber shoe, pen case, scissors and blade. I used a rubber shoe because I feel it is a better surface for the gum to bond the Ankara fabric than any other shoe material.

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Year in Review

This year is almost over and I’m thankful I’m seeing its end. It was an amazing year for me and I achieved some milestones. I made new friends, connected with my old friends on a deeper level, became a blogger on African Naturals, wrote an amazing short story series Kamsi and started another titled Of Dreams and Colours, got much more blog views, had one of the best birthday party, loved myself more, let go of negative energy and I started reading a chapter of the Bible for each day.

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21st Birthday

On the 8th of September, I clocked twenty-one. Since I started my blog, I have never written a birthday post, but I’m doing now because my 21st is pretty special to me. First, I’m alive, healthy, happy, joyful, loved. Second I can finally call myself a woman without feeling too young and yes, I danced to Beyonce’s Grown Woman. I represented all my favourite colours; black, green and purple. And everything I felt was important to me, like my hair. All my friends wore black for my birthday dinner. My bestie made a video presentation of memories and pictures of me and our friends.

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