Reading Time: 2 minutes I was getting dressed for school one morning. It was cold out, wintertime, but I can’t remember quite when. Another row had taken place, I don’t know what about, the subject doesn’t matter. Rows were common in my childhood home; but then they are in most houses with teenagers. But

Reading Time: 4 minutes One of the characteristics of meaningful relationships, be they romantic or platonic, is that you put a lot of yourself into them as well as energy and time. All of that combines to potentially leaving you heartbroken when that person through their actions gives the impression you no longer matter

Reading Time: < 1 minute Africans are overexposed to second hand clothing, we are submerged in it. The Slum Studio documents the many ways through which second hand clothing passes before it reaches the Ghanaian consumer. The business which employs thousands of people into the local economy is made up traders, thrifters and tailors who

Reading Time: 6 minutes Something live-changing happened to me a few years ago. Life changing in very small and delightful way. A friend was moving and looking to re-home her four hens. I had no interest in hens at the time but a colleague of mine thought it would be perfect for me and

Reading Time: 3 minutes In 2013 my father was diagnosed with advanced oesophageal cancer. His tumour was inoperable and his decline was rapid. At the time I was living overseas, studying at graduate school, and for a short while I came home to be with him in the last weeks of his life. When