Bisibee in London

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

Part 1- Compelled to say a few things.

Live in your current reality but dream and plan for the reality you want to create. I didn't graduate college and land my dream job. I worked retail at JCPenney folding children's clothes  and gift wrapping on the weekends. I... Continue Reading →

Casa Chi Chi

Reminiscing about my trip to Cuba last September, I remembered my visit to Casa Chi Chi and meeting the feisty potter the workshop is named after.  Daniel Chi Chi Santander's granddad Rogelio Santander founded the workshop and perfected the technique... Continue Reading →

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

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