29 January 2017

THE DIY WAY TO SOFTTER, SMOOTHER LIPS

EXFOLIATING FOR BETTER LIPS....



I'd be first to admit that I'm not a regular exfoliator, however nowadays, I'm really trying to take better care of my face and use mire natural products. This DIY, is one that I'm sure you'd love and as plus, it smells so delicious you almost want to eat it when you put it on your lips.

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25 January 2017

TIME-TRAVEL SECRETS | RUBY RED TRILOGY | by KERSTIN GIER

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22 January 2017

SUNDAYSPIRATION


Today I have woken up feeling all sorts of beautiful! Last night I began an impromptu self portrait painting; this morning I've picked up yoga in my bedroom. It's a beautiful day to self motivate guys....

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18 January 2017

LET YOUR WORDS FLOW



Happy mid-week day everybody, I hope this week has gone to your liking. I thought I'd share something close with you all today. As you may know, poetry is somewhat a saving grace for me and I have been able to balance my emotions out with the creativity it brings. So...today...I decided to share another poem with you all out of my in-progress small(for now) book of poetry. It may not make much sense to you, but I want you to interpret the words, grammar, punctuation etc, which ever way you see fit and, tell me, if you like (won't hate you if you don't) what you got from it. My poems are in order, ranging from small poems to a page and a half poems (not kidding, I let the words flow), written at different points in time of my life over the course of a year, this month. If you were to read it from the beginning, you would notice the evolution of my mind and the poems would tell you a very deep story; however, I am not ready to share those with the world yet...I don't believe it will be complete until I find what I'm looking for (cryptic much Ren?! ha) and I quite imagine for me to print, bound and give as a gift to my kin in the future. I've chosen a kinder one out of the bunch, some are quite brutal and to be honest, not sure if your ready for those ones. So, alas, for now here is one note out of a sea of keys.



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Splattered blood and confused minds
twisted echo confused vines
feelings mutual, child of mine
when the two of us sit down to dine
the mind, the mind, mysteries are made
labyrinths and mazes created to stay
where art thou
mysteries remade
fairy tales and creatures in the night
imaginations running wild
swirling in a far away land like a lost child
when you think of love
when you think of fairytales
when you think of freedom
when you think of mazes
splattered blood and confused minds
twisted echoes confused vines
each to their own
no material areas zone
we can travel through time and space
let’s explore the labyrinth and the maze



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love, Renae x
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8 January 2017

LATE AT TATE | MUSIC, ART, BEAUTY



I went to a Late at Tate free exhibition in December and loved it. I am first and foremost an Artist, plus I'm not filthy rich so when free exhibitions pop up in London, I pounce at the opportunity to go. This event was called Generation and reflected on music, art, family, society and heritage. Mostly celebrating the black culture, it did have conversation groups were we talked about individuality and finding yourself amongst a sea of people all telling you, you need to follow a certain 'thread'. It was what I needed to hear at the moment in time because I went there feeling lost and left motivated to do more of what I love no matter what those around me say, and keep growing for myself and myself only. So uplifting to see and hear a mass amount of young and older people bond together and talk about societies issues of today.

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4 January 2017

MID WEEK OAT CRUMBLE | APPLE + PEAR


I spontaneously decided to make a crumble last week that included these extra things; jumbo rolled oats and pears. Now, I believe I make a pretty damn good apple crumble and haven't used a recipe for a long time; so I do apologise but no measurements were measured and there wasn't a set way to make the dish.

I just flowed with it and thought I'd share anyways.

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1 January 2017

10 LESSONS LEARNED IN 2016


...SO WHAT HAVE I LEANRT YOU ASK? LET ME ENLIGHTEN YOU



1. BE MORE YOU + LESS THE WORLD

Everyday theres a new trend or something that the world has decided is popular and cool. Everyday we are surrounded by societies need to monetise and make real issues a fashion trend. I'm sort of tired of everyone following the same wave and trying to be the same; wheres the individuality and uniqueness that we were all born with. I for one aimed to just be me in 2016 and not do something just because. But to take a step back and recognise myself in the mirror as being a part of this world but apart from it to be my own self at the same time.

2. FREEDOM

Those who went to university must understand this concept of freedom. Now 2016 was my graduation year and as soon as I left my house and moved back in with my parents, I felt trapped and sad to have left all my freedom behind. It reinforced my objective that I set myself ages ago, to save up and move out, because I suddenly realised I no longer had the same freedom I did whilst studying. I also found freedom in my mind, body and within my creativity. I stopped telling myself no and let my emotions ride through poetry. It was the best thing I could of done for myself and my mind.

3. CHANGE HURTS BUT IS NECESSARY FOR GROWTH

A lot of change has happened this year. I have lost my closest friend due to her influence by another, family life became shaken, a lot has gone down in 2016 and I must say it was the worst year of my life to date. I am happy for the downside though, because those incidents allowed changes in my life to happen and I was able to experience new things that I wouldn't of done otherwise. I was able to live more and breath more and meet new people; I went to New York for a month and travelled to Wales for a film, I graduated with lovely friends whom I hadn't spoken to for a while, I began writing and blogging more, taking polaroids and started protecting myself. Though I have a long way to go to recovery from my wounds (which would honestly take me a week to type up) I can see those changes have allowed me to be shaped for the future.

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