2018 marks 100 years since some women won the right to vote in the UK. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that despite setting up this blog almost 3yrs ago, it wasn’t until the beginning of this year that I felt an urge to reignite my mission to create a platform which is inclusive of all women’s voices – not a selected few. Continue reading
Dish away the Dirt: 7 Negative Habits Holding Back Your Positive Vibes
A positive state of mind leads to self-belief and assertiveness – it’s a given. I mean how many successful women do you see walking the walk, and talking the talk without an air of confidence? A positive attitude is something every urban girl on the path to success needs. Like any good trait, it takes practice to obtain. Continue reading
#LinkLove: why DIY SEO is EXACTLY what my startup needs
This afternoon I got feed a wealth of information which hours later, I’m still try to digest.
You know that feeling when you first try a new dish you’re unfamiliar with (like injera from Ethiopia and Eritrea)… It looks good enough to eat, in fact you might even know it’s healthy for you. Yet you’re just not sure if it’ll please your taste buds. So you pick at it with caution, and before you know it – you’ve gobbled up the whole thing! Continue reading
Mentalmorfosis at London College of Communication & Chipotle Mexican Grill – FEEDBACK
We kicked off last week on a positive note on “transforming our thinking” to produce the best reality for ourselves possible. Our guest speaker Franz De Paula from Mexico, joined us at London College of Communication to give a presentation of his phenomenal hand-illustrated book, Mentalmorfosis. Continue reading
Sara Shamsavari “Art Identity + Transformation” at London College of Communication – YOUR FEEDBACK!
We were very honoured to have British-Iranian photographer and visual artist Sara Shamsavari give an interactive discussion on “Art Identity and Transformation” at London College of Communication on Wednesday 28th October. Continue reading
Black Blossoms: Celebrating Black Women… And Making Contacts!
When I set up “Let’s do Lunch: An Urban Girl’s Guide to Making Contacts and Keeping Them” (approaching its three-month anniversary ironically on the day of Black Blossoms Conference), I couldn’t have imagined the vast opportunities it would bring in such a short space of time.
UAL Careers and Enterprise Diversity outreach
Still, not enough Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students are applying for funds and opportunities available to them at University of the Arts London. This is reflected the attainment gap, and lack work prospects recent graduated of BAME students face, in comparison to their white peers. UAL Careers and Employability is working towards reaching more BAME student audiences so spread the word, share and… apply! Continue reading