Bisibee in London

Born in Guyana, raised in New Jersey, made my living in New York and now based in London

Hair Journey – Loc Removal 101

There are two ways to remove your locs that I know of; “Buzz Cut” – shave your head or comb them out. Be sure you’re ready to part with your locs because once you’re halfway through you can’t go back.... Continue Reading →


Hair Journey – Parting with my locs

Two weeks ago I started the process of letting go of my luscious locs that I’ve groomed for 7 years. It was a difficult decision as anyone with locs will tell you. They were a part of me and saying... Continue Reading →

Expat Holiday-Christmas in London

Christmas is one of my favourite holidays because it's one of the only times in the year I get to see all on of my family, friends and extended family. I was fortunate to last year to visit my relatives... Continue Reading →

Hairdresser Search – Part III (Self-Care)

I have spent a year looking for a hairdresser in London and I have found reliable options but not great options. Morris Roots in Tooting Broadway offers reliable Sunday hours and talented stylists. However, the salon is over an hour... Continue Reading →

Simple Pleasures – Paris, France edition

cherish simple pleasures

Heart of a Golden Woman

Reposting this beautiful poem.

Success is….

About the Journey Not the Destination

Haven on Earth – Valle de los Ingenious

Alchemy is the transformation of coal into gold

Nature and History – El Arbol Viejo

The old tree is all knowing and all seeing but can not speak.

Lost and Reclaimed

Those who tell the stories rule society- Plato

Havana by Day

It's been a few days since Irma and a week since I left Cuba and my thoughts and prayers are with those putting their lives together after Irma's destruction. Looking through my holiday photos I am reminded at how amazing... Continue Reading →

Havana Nights

Havana nightlife is like Miami meets Williamsburg meets Havana. Eclectic mixed with trendy cool.

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