I have a backlog of "Movember" posts I need to finish up! So here goes: First off, my fun fact for Movember, taken from Medscape: Men should receive information on screening starting at the following ages: Age 50 for those at average risk of developing prostate cancer Age 45 for those at high risk, including… Continue reading The Transitioning Stage
Here's our Movember "Fun Fact", to raise awareness on men's health: Warning signs of Testicular Cancer: -A hard, pea sized lump on the testicle -Feeling of heaviness in the testicle -Enlargement of testicle -A dull ache in the testicle -Sudden accumulation of fluid in the testicle -Lower back pain -Source: Cancer society of Zimbabwe Where… Continue reading The TWA Stage
Before we get into this interesting topic, let me share a fun fact for Movember, in the hopes of raising awareness of men's health this November: Prostate Cancer risk factors: -Diet high in animal fat -Family history of prostate cancer -Chronic stress -High blood testosterone levels -Exposure to radiation, food preservatives, tobacco and pesticides Cancer… Continue reading From Relaxed to Natural
Hello Ladies! Now that I have shown you a few places to get great bras (see post here), we're going to talk about how to tell if your bra fits well. The bra stores I spoke of will do the fittings for you and tell you how to spot a well-fitting bra, but it is… Continue reading How to: Spot an Ill-Fitting Bra
October is breast cancer awareness month. It's a month that encourages ladies to get to know their breasts, the normal and abnormal, and to go for screening even when they feel fine. Another aspect of knowing your breasts is knowing your bra size. It's been estimated that almost 80% of women wear the wrong bra… Continue reading Where to Get: Great Quality Bras in Harare.
Is my significant other allowed to police what I wear? NO. The police are very unpopular in my nation now, and when I hear "police" I think spot fines, and unnecessary rules which change whenever they like. No. My significant other is allowed to have an opinion on what I wear however, and the opinion… Continue reading Day 23: Tell ME What to Wear?
When I went natural in January 2015, natural hair was a new-ish phenomenon in Zimbabwe. Besides the mapostori women with their short hair, very few people wore their natural hair out. Because of that, I kept my hair in a wig for a good 2 months, and then braided it up constantly until I decided… Continue reading Day 22: How Not To Be THAT Person… the Natural Hair Edition
I'm sorry for the late post, my WordPress was acting crazy yesterday and today! I think we have fixed the bugs. Now, on to fashion! I am not a fashionista. At all. I try to be; I mean, I see a lot of clothes that I think, "I'd like to try that," but I never… Continue reading Day 12: Top 3 Favourite Pieces in my Closet
Hair. A woman's glory. Her obsession, sometimes. When our hair is short, we want it to be longer, when it's long we want it to be even longer. People are making money over "length check" tshirts, where you can check how long your hair is growing. There are hair-growth seminars, meet-ups, elixirs, you name it.… Continue reading Day 11: My Favourite Zimbabwean Haircare Brands
On Saturday, the 2nd of September, I went to a Natural Hair Spring Festival, hosted by Kinks & Fros and Langa Cosmetics. The vision behind it was to model it after the annual CurlFest held in the States, where naturals all over get together, and be fabulous! With food, music and some freebies of course!… Continue reading Day 6: Naturals, Naturals Everywhere!