South African fashion kitwear brand, MAXHOSE BY LADUMA, was established in 2010 and I’ve been following them for a while. The aesthetics and beautiful quality of their collections often make me wish I had use for warm clothes in Ghana. Love, love, LOVE this brand. Enjoy! – C. Source
Invictus by William Ernest Henley Out of the night that covers me, Black as the pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. In the fell clutch of circumstance I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance My head is bloody, but unbowed. BeyondContinue reading “A favourite poem…”
I find beauty everywhere, but its on Instagram that I find the beauty as seen by others – and I love experiencing the lives of others by what they visually put on their Instagram feeds. One of my favourite pages is @BeBeautifulla. Check out a few of my favourite posts and follow if you enjoyContinue reading “BeBeautifulla…”
I moved to East Legon at the beginning of the year and, as I’ve settled into the area, I’m discovering how quaint and quintessentially middle class the area is. The number of affordable eateries, coffeeshops and boutiques are too many to count. One such shop I discovered, thanks to the amazing Instagram, is Odara. IfContinue reading “MyOdara.com”
This is definitely an oldie, but a goodie. Enjoy!
The work of Ivorian digital artist and storyteller, Paul Sika, is as thought provoking as it is captivating. I especially love the extreme visual quality of his images, which, for me, entices me to engage with every single detail of each image. There is serious beauty in the rawness of his work. The more IContinue reading “Paul Sika and digital storytelling…”
In 1934, a young man named Arnold Samuelson was fresh out of journalism school at the University of Minnesota when he read “One Way Across,” a short story by Ernest Hemingway. The story later became part of Hemingway’s fourth novel “To Have and Have Not.” Samuelson admired the story so much that he traveled fromContinue reading “The books every young writer should read, according to Ernest Hemingway”