Milk in Your Hydrating Hair Mask | Leite na Sua Máscara Hidratante Capilar

When last did I post a nice hydrating mask for you guys? Better yet, when last did I talk about hair? I missed posts like this. As weird as it sounds, winter leaves our hair looking all dry and brittle and to fight that off, we need to get our hydrating masks ready and done every week. You must be wondering how milk can help … Continue reading Milk in Your Hydrating Hair Mask | Leite na Sua Máscara Hidratante Capilar

No Silêncio da Luz – Celso Zaqueu

Maputo is quite a diverse city. Anyone can fit in and find his/her social group. I find that it is the city where you find most open minded people in Mozambique. So when a friend who’s very open minded and artistic decides to organize a photographic exhibit, all you got to do is wait anxiously for the big day. And that is exactly what I … Continue reading No Silêncio da Luz – Celso Zaqueu

Bloggers’ Brunch II |Brunch dos Blogueiros II

So last week was a bit crazy for me. I wasn’t able to post (sad face). But that gave me enough time to think of fun topics for the upcoming posts. Last Saturday a second brunch was held for the Mozambican bloggers. Unfortunately not everyone made it, but there will be many other opportunities for other bloggers to be involved. Então a semana passada foi … Continue reading Bloggers’ Brunch II |Brunch dos Blogueiros II

My Top 5 Natural Hair Products / Meus Top 5 Produtos para Cabelos Naturais

I know, I know We are still in June, halfway through the year and I’m already going on about my top 5 products. You guys should know by now that I’m always trying out new products, especially if I cannot seem to find products that suit my needs. Lately I noticed that I calmed down a bit with that once a month new product craze. … Continue reading My Top 5 Natural Hair Products / Meus Top 5 Produtos para Cabelos Naturais

Homegoing – Yaa Gyasi: Book Review

Here I am updating you on another excellent, beautifully written piece of literature. Not to mention that it makes me so happy that the writer and story is African. Homegoing is written in such a way that it got me engaged from beginning to end. I literally had to fight with hmyself to put it down. I carried it to work and searched for free … Continue reading Homegoing – Yaa Gyasi: Book Review