• The Skirt That Divided The Masses

    The Skirt That Divided The Masses

    I recently purchased a tribal print skirt from zara. I bought it because it was comfortable and mostly because it had a unique style. It also did not hurt that it was on sale. As much as I loved the skirt, I was surprised to find that my husband thought it looked like a “table cloth”. Somehow, that made me like…

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    Meeting Strangers at the Top of the Rock

    Meeting Strangers at the Top of the Rock

    About a month ago, I received two separate, but almost identical, messages that read something like “ I’m coming to New York , lets meet! ” The messages were from two travel bloggers Jessica and Sydney that I had connected with on Instagram. Yes, I know what you are thinking, your parents probably also told you never to talk to strangers.…

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    CLOSED: CaseApp Giveaway!

    CLOSED: CaseApp Giveaway!

    I love one-of-a-kind accessories; so you can understand my level of excitement when I came across the caseapp website. This company allows you to customize android/iPhone cases and laptop skins to your specification. You can put words, pictures, logos, digital paper or whatever else you fancy on your case. The website is so easy to use that the hardest part of the process for me…

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    Why I Recommend Personal Shopping

    Why I Recommend Personal Shopping

    I discovered personal shopping at TopShop quite by accident. I had walked into the store in Soho’s shopping district with one thing in mind -I wanted a pair of jeans. About 30 minutes later, I found myself stumbling across the store with a pile of clothing trying to find a fitting room to try them on. A store attend came over…

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    6 Habits I Adopted For a Healthier Work-Life Balance

    6 Habits I Adopted For a Healthier Work-Life Balance

    Today started innocently enough. I woke up with high expectations: I planned to have a productive day after which I planned to run errands, cook and meet a friend. Then 5 PM came and not only had my to-do list grown, but none of my errands were done. I was late to meet my friend and I had neither cooked…

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    My Experience With A Custom Suit Shop In Thailand

    My Experience With A Custom Suit Shop In Thailand

    [line][line] If you follow me on Instagram you probably already know that I was in Thailand last month. We only had 32 hours in Bangkok. So to maximize our time, we did not venture outside of the city limits (Goodbye floating market). We were making our way to one of the many temples in Bangkok, when a stranger at the ferry terminal suggested that we…

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    Things I Know : Birthday Wisdom

    Things I Know : Birthday Wisdom

    This year, as I celebrate another birthday, I have the added bonus of having a new blog. To celebrate, I am sharing a little wisdom I have gained along the way. Guys, I just have to say that I appreciate every single one of you that have wished me a happy birthday on iG and Facebook. And I am thankful to you…

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    Never a Wrong Time to Wear a Polka Dot Dress

    Never a Wrong Time to Wear a Polka Dot Dress

    I have never met a polka dot dress that I didn’t like.  I love this particular midi length polka dot dress because it is made from jersey fabric which means that it stretches and hugs you in all the right places! I originally didn’t plan to post about it but it comes in two colors and happens to be on…

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    Things to Consider for a Trip to Bali

    Things to Consider for a Trip to Bali

    Bali is officially my happy place! In less than 10 days, I climbed probably over 2000 flights of stairs (le fitness struggle), got hugged by a hairy elephant, got bitten by a monkey ,drank coffee made from animal poop, got lost in a rice terrace, fell out of a white water raft, got kicked out of a store in a local…

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    5 Things to Remember When you are Feeling Insecure

    5 Things to Remember When you are Feeling Insecure

    When I was little I would worry about my grades, my future, and my potential to make something out of myself. In college, I had a new set of worries: What did I want to do with my life? Was I growing up to be a woman I could be proud of? And then I got accepted into graduate school.…

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    Living in my ripped white jeans

    Living in my ripped white jeans

    If you live in the United States, then you have probably heard about the “no white before Memorial day rule”. To be honest, I had never heard of this rule prior to moving to the States. Its always hot in Ghana so wearing white is never a bad idea. Rule or not, I feel like rules are meant to be broken so…

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    Travel Diary: Gran Canaria, Spain

    Travel Diary: Gran Canaria, Spain

    My husband planned our honeymoon in Spain. I was so busy with the wedding and literally losing my sh!t that I needed this. He planned a two week vacation with equal parts in Barcelona and Gran Canaria. Gran Canaria (one of the Canary Islands; a Spanish archipelago) has a year round balmy climate, charming villages, extensive beaches and stunning mountain…

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    Baileys Irish Cream/Coffee Cocktail

    Baileys Irish Cream/Coffee Cocktail

    [tooltip text=”TooltipText”][/tooltip] Who says you cannot have a cocktail on a Monday? I do(raises hand)! If you are like me, you don’t say a word to anyone in the morning without having your first cup of coffee. Needless to say, I am a coffee addict and I’m woman enough to own my “ish”. I also enjoy the occasional cocktail especially…

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    Ankara Fabric 101

    Ankara Fabric 101

    With this post, I wanted to give you a little “Ankara 101” . What is Ankara, you ask? Well, apart from being the capital of Turkey, it also happens to be the name given to the fabric used to make the skirt pictured here. Ankara, also known as “wax print”, “dutch wax” or “african print” , among other names, is…

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    Oatmeal Plantain Pancakes

    Oatmeal Plantain Pancakes

    I had posted a picture of these pancakes that the hubs made for me a few weeks ago. And I got a few questions about how to make them. So I got my husband to spill the beans. Its super easy and ready in about 20 minutes. Ingredients 1 ripe plantain 1/4 cup oatmeal 1 tablespoon sugar 1 eggs 1…

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    Gift Guide for Her

    Gift Guide for Her

    Mothers day is this weekend! ( Sunday, May 8, 2016). If you forgot, your homegirl is here to help. I also happen to be heading to quite a few baby showers this month. Why do you care? Because being the benevolent human being that I am,I rounded up a gift guide for all the mother sister friends in your life. And because…

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    Versatile outfit for the busy woman

    Versatile outfit for the busy woman

    Culottes have never been a wardrobe staple for me. I somehow made up my mind that they would not look good on me without ever having tried on a pair. With my tall and only slightly curvy frame at 5’11”, I felt like I would erase any figure I had by donning a pair. When I saw this  Vince Camuto pair…

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    Bicycle Review for the Fashion, Budget and Health Conscious

    Bicycle Review for the Fashion, Budget and Health Conscious

    Seeing as human emissions are accelerating the end of the world and all, it’s not surprising that bike commuting has gained popularity. One of the things I like to do on warm weather weekends is to ride a bicycle in a park. It is a 2-in-1 activity in which I get to enjoy the sights and exercise (Lord knows I…

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