Watching Mum work hard made me do the same. I've watched her since I was little, and I've picked up on how hard she works and the fire she has in her belly.
I don't think it's different to be a black girl in England than it is to be a black girl from America. We all collectively share in a pain of displacement and not feeling like we quite belong in places.
The thing that disturbs me the most, being in England, is that on the screen we don't see very many of us - there aren't very many black girls. They don't make the roles for us, or they don't see us in those roles.
I travel with seaweed chips, edamame chips, tea, peanut butter, avocados. I always take my supplements with me because they're easy to carry.
I don't believe that many things are impossible to achieve so long as you put your mind to it and take the time to get it done.
I became a fitness fiend when I was about 17 or 18.
My body is one that kind of looks at weights, and then all of a sudden, I have muscle.
Meditation, yoga, working out, and eating well. That's my wellness. And I think occasionally you have to treat yourself, so if you do need to take yourself shopping, go take yourself shopping.
I love that I can demonstrate that it's OK to look and be strong.
I do love to get my nails done.
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