Conversation with Melba // Multi-Faceted Creative & Blogger

I recently had the pleasure to interview Melba Sandi a gifted Tanzanian creative! Her personal journey to creativity inspired me in many ways to start and being more consistent in regards to my own creativity journey and I hope her words will have the same impact on your path. Her journey to creativity has been nothing…

Inspiring video’s series to watch!

What I love the most about video’s series is the fact that you have the power to choose the content you want to watch. I love the fact that: YouTube is filled with uplifting content from creatives I can watch or listen to these videos wherever I am I can watch or listen to these…

Keep calm and find the position you deserve!

Many people just finished university and are looking for an internship, a job, or a new job. Generally, almost everyone goes through that job-hunting stage at some point, here are some ideas if it is what you are currently living or what you will be living soon to keep you uplifted, motivated and above all…

A Book Many Lessons: A work from Ahmadou Kourouma

He is an Ivorian writer and political activist, Ahmadou Kourouma is one of Africa’s most celebrated authors. Quand on refuse on dit non (When We Refuse We Say No) is the first book I have read from him and it will not be my last. This book is truly influential throughout conveying part of the…

A book many lessons: The Power of Now

I am very excited to start a new series on the blog called a: A book, many lessons! Because I love reading and unfortunately often I forget  to quickly the lessons that I learned from a book and things that strike me about a book.  Because I believe that it could also encourage someone to…

Valencia, Te quiero!

Spain, Spain … is a country that always amazes me. Unfortunately, when we think about going to Spain we usually think about going to Madrid and Barcelona but the country as way more to offer! Andalucia, Murcia, Galicia and recently I have just discovered another part of this country: Valencia! It is a great city…

What does Sebenni ni Taama mean? What does the name of my blog mean?

Sebenni ni Taama, the name of my blog literally means writing and travelling in Bambara/Malinké a language spoken across West Africa, where I am from. I absolutely love the sound of it. But there is more to the story. With Sebenni ni Taama I am referring to writing and traveling not only as activities or…

Why I blog

What do you regularly do to elevate your mind, challenge yourself, be creative, get out of this bubble you are evolving in? I blog. I blog because it is a necessity. Some people need to go shopping, to do sport or to party, to experiment this satisfying feeling of excitement meaning they are right here,…

Why the summer body narrative is toxic

Every year we hear the same narrative, summer is coming so it is time to prepare for your bikini body! You should get back to sport more regularly, eat salad and veggies, buy miracle products to flatten your belly, to minimise your cellulite, buy pills to help with your weight loss, buy drinks to help…

Conversation with Kierra Yvonne Fields

Poet, Writer, Photographer, Artist, Traveler Kierra is an empowering personality whose journey and words are beyond inspiring. Kierra is an African-American who has a very special relationship with Africa. She recently published a poetry collection, Roots & Tides, which details her initial travels through Africa. This work demonstrates the importance of knowing oneself. A genuine…

Why you should travel solo!

Recently, I had the guts to travel completely by myself for a week without the intent to meet with a friend, nor without the structure of a cultural or volunteering association. Just me myself and I. I am always thought to be independent but for some reasons, the idea of it paralysed me. Why would…