Amara Amaryah | travel + books + poetry, always poetry. a platform for story-telling, visuals, positive self-talk and empowerment | let go of your travel fears- just go! hello loves today i’m debunking and deleting and stepping on all of our travel fears. in my last post i wrote about english tourism week and local travel. today i am addressing some of the anxieties or precautions that stop (some of) us from booking the trips. what is stopping you from travelling local? trave
Amara Amaryah | travel + books + poetry, always poetry. a platform for story-telling, visuals, positive self-talk and empowerment | solo travel tips + lessons. hello loves i hope everyone has had a good week. if you follow me on instagram you’ll know that it’s been a week since my solo travels to budapest. before i drop my budapest travel diaries, i thought it would be a good idea to write about my solo travel experience. so. officially budapest was my first solo trip. the fi
Amara Amaryah | travel + books + poetry, always poetry. a platform for story-telling, visuals, positive self-talk and empowerment | january blues hello loves january is a tough one. on the one hand you’ve got that strong, ambitious capricorn boss energy. and on the other hand, my plants are definitely dying, my hair is dry and i’m pretending that vitamin D deficiency is completely normal. and everyone has the january blues. one of my favourite quotes from my favourite truman
hello loves. Maroc: Rabat/ Marrakech. March 2018. travel archives | the photographer in me silenced the writer. no words. just enjoy and take in. morroco travel journal| PC: Fatima Halidou Rabat | a favourite. Ms Halidou. Amara Amaryah. #travelblogger #morocco #marrakech #photography #traveldiary #travel
hello loves i’m in a sharing mood. it’s been a while since i’ve shared any poetry. i want to. here is something that i am rehearsing and filling my flat with in preparation for the Naturally Crowned Event this saturday. a poem, from the first manuscript. These self-made sista circles are
That is what upsets and confuses the world.
Last so long
Work so well.
hello loves before i begin this post about my poetry readings, i want to discuss what i learnt yesterday at the ‘is the black womxn god?’ event. Dr. Runoko Rashidi taught me: ‘black was widely recognised as the colour of deification. it was not a colour of mourning as the western world has asked it to be. it was the colour of God. imagine a time when black was the colour of God.’ tell them. the entire event was filled with reminders to all gathered in the room that we have re
black women celebrating black women. hi i hope you’ve welcomed twenty eighteen into your life with love and learning. i hope last year has taught you, as it did me, to prepare yourself for lows and indulge indulge in the highs and saturate yourself in the blessings so that gratitude follows you. whilst this is not ever going to disguise itself as a ‘new year’ (nothing is made new in the dead of winter), it is an opportunity to begin afresh. and reactivate. since i celebrate t
take no shame
in exploring the unexplored, sometimes.
there is much beauty to be found in
what you can find
in the hidden things. -Amara Amaryah Interrupting// birmingham. Mind wanderer// birmingham. Reverie// birmingham. Post brexit feels// birmingham. Love when the sun does this// birmingham. Piece of peace// birmingham. #city #uk #birmingham #traveluk #vsco #rt #photography #streetphotography #travel #poetry #poems #europe