Amara Amaryah | travel + books + poetry. a platform for story-telling, visuals, positive self-talk and empowerment.| how i manifest and set intentions for the new year. hello loves. happy new year (almost). wouldn’t be me without a final reflective post of the year and decade. i’m very excited for 2020. and equally very grateful for 2019 and all the lessons. i’ve had a greater year than i prayed for and i’m not going to ignore the fact that everything i manifested i received.
Amara Amaryah | travel + books + poetry, always poetry. a platform for story-telling, visuals, positive self-talk and empowerment| self-care reflections for 9-5ers. hello loves i hope you’re having a beautiful start to the week. if not, i hope you’re being kind to yourself anyway. what better way to restart the working week than some self-care routines? i’ve just returned from a week-long poetry retreat at Arvon and am still adjusting back to work/life routine. i’ve teamed up
Amara Amaryah | travel + books + poetry, always poetry. a platform for story-telling, visuals, positive self-talk and empowerment.| letter to my 23 year old self. you taught me that i am able to manifest everything that i deeply need. when i trust it in prayer. i learnt that magic can become reality if i believe it to be so and i learnt to listen. to my self and to my God. i am sure that any other year i might have crumbled under the pressure of the lessons of 22. but i didn’
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
Amara Amaryah | travel + books + poetry, always poetry. a platform for story-telling, visuals, positive self-talk and empowerment | 2019 new year’s intentions hello loves i’ve had some interesting conversations already this year about setting realistic intentions for 2019. 2018 saw impressive growth with page views, revamped the blog (did you notice?) and also improved quality of my content. i’m proud of what 2018 taught me about my blogging style and i’m ready to take it all
hello loves happy holidays. i hope it has been a restful season. i’m making the most of the time off and the cosy days in by reflecting on what the year has taught me through travel. each trip has taught me a few things about myself, the people i travel with and the world. in this post i want to share what travelling has taught me this year. this year i didn’t travel as much as i would like. but i did see three very different parts of the world. i visited: paris in february.
hello loves. i’m back. with some sharing of self and poems. firstly, much has been happening in my life since my last post. i haven’t been very consistent and there’s no hiding from that and i’m going to do this walk of shame in full. so. i’ve been creating and writing and starting new chapters and figuring out new things for the last few months. content creation had been shifted to the back of the queue, but this marks the first week that i am following a dedicated plan so i
self love, self love, self love. i’m back documenting the work of more black women doing bits. two weeks ago i attended the Naturally Crowned event curated by Bonnie Lush Hair and My Ebony Box. it was glorious. i enjoyed the company of black women in birmingham interested in developing healthy self love habits and i made some friends. it was also an opportunity for me to read poetry fresh from the manuscript and i can’t wait to read from these pages more more more. the day wa