Anger is a Secondary Emotion (332/365)

Anger is one of those things that can eat you alive, some of us are naturally more on the aggressive side, som are angry when they're sad, hungry, emotional but the one thing that stays constant is anger is a secondary emotion. It's a result of an initial feeling, and being 'angry' is always (ALWAYS) … Continue reading Anger is a Secondary Emotion (332/365)

F*ck Society – My Old Anarchist Self (303/365)

I rewatched an episode of Mr Robot and it really inspired me to write this post, not only because the show is amazing, brilliant and a must-see piece of television, but also because there's so many layers, symbolism and relatability in it. Yes, a lot of it is wild, and honestly if you relate to … Continue reading F*ck Society – My Old Anarchist Self (303/365)

What It’s Like To Live As An “Other” (234/365)

Living as an 'other' is a truly weird experience, my whole life I've been a minority, whether it's been in a white space, or a space with other ethnic minorities. My family came to the UK before a lot of Somali's came here, and then once they did we lived in areas that were predominantly … Continue reading What It’s Like To Live As An “Other” (234/365)

Are We Losing Our Ability to Connect? (206/365)

There's a lot of shows out there of every genre focusing on human connection and how technology has changed the way we form them. There's been a trend recently focusing on the impact of how difficult it's become and how an increase of technology has led to a sharp decrease in human connection as a … Continue reading Are We Losing Our Ability to Connect? (206/365)

I Had To Teach Myself To Stop Comparing Myself To Others… (201/365)

Lifes all about the journey, not the destination.. right? Well it took me a very long time to actually understand what this meant. When I was younger and in school I honestly didn't pay much attention to what was around me, or even most of the people, but through age came awareness, and there are … Continue reading I Had To Teach Myself To Stop Comparing Myself To Others… (201/365)

Stop Calling Us Snowflakes (196/365)

I recently had a conversation with my friend about this topic and it has inspired me to debunk the nonsense that is calling our generation the 'snow flake generation'. So old timers, baby boomers and anyone 40+ love using this phrase to talk about teenagers and young adults, they throw it around like a dirty … Continue reading Stop Calling Us Snowflakes (196/365)

Your Rights When Being Questioned By The Police (193/365)

You never really think it's going to happen until it happens, and when it does you need to be prepared. Growing up as an African we tend to learn these things very quickly, and although I have been fortunate enough to have never been in that kind of situation, my brothers have, and honestly it's … Continue reading Your Rights When Being Questioned By The Police (193/365)