Ssssh, Its National Fertility Awareness Week

1 in 6 couples in the UK experience the pain of fertility issues. (www.infertilitynetworkuk.com) Why should the issue of fertility be such a taboo, a secret that eats you up inside for the fear of what people will say or think?  It could also be the fact that you're struggling with the thoughts of not … Continue reading Ssssh, Its National Fertility Awareness Week

Cycle 3

      This is a different type of post as I have included some videos too! During the process, I decided to video some of my thoughts. I wasn't quite sure what I'd do with the content but, it felt right at the time. I didn't get a chance to do any editing as … Continue reading Cycle 3

Conversations with my Nigerian aunty’s 

Yesterday, I was going over some of the conversations/encounters I had had with many aunty's and thought I'd share a few. Now, when I say aunty, I'm not necessarily referring to a blood relative. In the Nigerian and many other African, Caribbean and Asian cultures, you do not call someone who is older than (like … Continue reading Conversations with my Nigerian aunty’s 

Imole ninu okunkun aye -The light in darkness 

Thinking back over my journey, I've definitely had many dark days- sometimes weeks! I've shut myself away from the people who love me the most, all in the hope of having "space and time to think." Gosh, thinking can be dangerous! I mean when there's no end to your negative thinking, it can take you … Continue reading Imole ninu okunkun aye -The light in darkness 

Arugbo ojo – Ancient of days

As old as you are, you remain the same! Last week, I had so many names of God going through my head and thought I'd do a little sharing! Also gives you all an opportunity to learn a little Yoruba 😊 When I reflect on my journey, one major factor I'm grateful for is my … Continue reading Arugbo ojo – Ancient of days