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Sunday, 4 August 2019

Easy DIY T-Shirt Flips

Dublin, Ireland


Back in April this year I decided to treat myself to a sewing machine. I don't remember when or where I learned to sew but the act of sewing has been in my life as long as I can remember. Getting clothes tailor made was always an exciting time in my childhood. Birthdays, Easter, Christmas, weddings etc you name it, we were bound to be getting measured, going out with my grandmother to buy materials and waiting a few days to weeks for our outfits to be made. As we grew up we had more of a say in the materials and styles that would be sewn for us. More often than not sewing was a more cost effective way of getting clothing than buying them especially in the rural suburban area we lived in.


     When I moved to Ireland getting clothes tailor made meant multiple phonecalls, Western Union money transfers and waiting weeks for the post. I'd learned to hand sew from seeing it so often and regularly made little repairs to rips and tears over the years.
Back in February I made a list of some activities and hobbies I wanted to take up this year and the month of May I decided to take up sewing. With that I started scouring YouTube for channels I could follow from which I could learn to do some cool things. The first channel I connected with was With Wendy and she remains my number one crafts channel.


      A month ago Wendy tried Letitia Kiu's T-Shirt flip on her channel. This involved getting two shirts and sewing them together. You can check out Wendy's here and Leticia's here. I absolutely loved Wendy's use of a block colour with a graphic tee and really wanted to emulate it. So I tried to get that effect with this these two shirts. I owned one from a race I did back in my athletics days and the other I picked up from a charity shop called Oxfam. I watched Wendy's video and about 10 minutes later, I had two new shirts. 




 Although I am happy with this, I would've preferred it with a block red as I feel the white writing distracts from the clash of the red to the stripped blue and yellow. I'll be keeping an eye out for two block colours that I'll want to merge together again.



      Letitia went a different route and chose two graphic tees to put together. I found these Iron Man and Mario Family tees in a charity shop and knew I wanted to put them together. However, after making the first tee, I found I wasn't that much of a fan of the back of the tee shirt being split into two different colours. Instead I decided to keep one block colour for each shirt. I also initially planned to swap the sleeves on each side too but thought that looked too tacky so went against that.
Instead of simply cutting the two shirts in two, I completely dismembered each and then cut the front in two before sewing them all back up.







I was so delighted with how they turned out I wore one to work that same day! This was such a fun and easy project to do. Time consuming if you're taking the shirts completely apart to create a block back but also very worth it.





 I did a poll on Instagram of which shirt y'all preferred and it seems we all agreed the red sleeves just rock a little bit more.


Can you see yourself doing this fun project? Let me know in the comments!


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Sunday, 28 July 2019

Give Me Therapy

Dublin, Ireland


Not lyrics of an All Time Low song my 15 year old self liked to sing to. Towards the end of 2016 therapy was a service I really needed. I was feeling out of touch with everything, overanalyzing and doubting everything and everyone and keeping it all to myself. It was a strange time but I was taking it by the day and making it through. I posted something on Twitter that was 28-4-2017. A fellow blogger at the time and reader replied with the suggestion of a psychotherapy and counselling service provider for me to check out. I looked them up, saw they had a branch in my area and I sent an email the same day asking for an appointment.

After that came a little over a year of weekly self discovery and healing with one of the most impactful people in my life yet. I thought I'd share this story today before I move on and share all the other fun things I have been enjoying doing. I started off at a not so bad, not so good place mentally and now I am at a much better place. Before I can go back to fully enjoying life on the blog I feel this needs to be shared first. Along with therapy and my cultural theory classes in college, I was feeling a lot of conflicting emotions that made it hard to sit down and write about travelling or baking sweet goodies without feeling like a liar. After sharing this I hope to be able to move on and share some more about the past few months and what the future holds.




       I received my initial appointment to assess what I needed on June 1st and I believe a week after that I had my first session with my first therapist. I stayed with that therapist for six weeks. When I started college that semester, my schedule changed and I requested a different time. With that came a different therapist and the beginning of a process that would teach me a lot about how I can approach life.

My first therapist and I didn't quite gel. I often felt like he wasn't really listening to what I was saying or didn't have the words to relay his understanding of what I was trying to convey. My second therapist was doing his master's in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy so he hard many nuggets of information and techniques to offer me. Each time I learned something new and put it to the test, challenging as it was sometimes, I always came out the other end with a much better view and attitude. There were many times he'd help lead me to a certain point and encourage me to go the rest of the way on my own. The prime example was during my last session when he advised me that I no longer needed his services. He'd enough confidence that I'd be able to use my new skills to navigate the world even when I didn't feel it myself.

        In my sessions I chose to look through my childhood and adolescent years and tackle the habits and attitudes I'd cultivated and accumulated knowingly and unknowingly that were now in my adult years causing unwanted and unnecessary grief. There was some crying, some laughing and some biblical-like revelations too. I learned a lot in those sessions about my character and my views on life and I also learned new ways of dealing with the things I will encounter in life. I'd love to share all of them with you but seeing as I am not a trained psychologist and everyone deals with issues differently, I will not assume the position of imparting wisdom I cannot help anyone apply correctly. The one thing I will share that has been super useful to me and is hopefully harmless to share is this.





        A lot of anxiety and self doubt for me stems from feeling threatened in some way. Whenever I start to feel like I'm being tossed about in a whirlpool, I take a minute, call on the voice of my therapist and identify the things that are making me feel threatened. Sometimes it's an intellectual threat: what if an action of mine makes someone think I am incompetent? Sometimes it's an emotional threat: I don't like the way this person is treating me and I don't know how to say it. And sometimes it's a threat of a thought or opinion I have that I am shaming myself for and fear someone else will shame me for it. Whatever it is once I can identify them I am able to interrogate the threat and ask myself how I would handle that situation.

It's my most used technique to date and is becoming ingrained in my automatic thought processes for everything. However like I said, I'm no psychotherapist and everyone is different. The issues you may have, the way you deal with them, your perception, attitude etc. are all so unique. Thus it makes sense that it'd take a unique way of learning to navigate them.
In Ireland I know therapy isn't something that is as openly talked about as say in America. However the benefits of learning to understand your own mental landscape and attitudes are immeasurable. If you feel therapy is something you can benefit from but are hesitating... don't. Just do it! (Not sponsored by Nike).


       There are many service providers out there. Find yourself a trusted provider. Don't be afraid to try out different ones till you find someone you gel with. There are also various cost points out there too. If you're in Dublin you can start here with Let's Get Talking. They are in Galway and Dublin.
The service is pay-as-you-can so I never felt too stretched out of my financial situation which at the time wasn't too great as I'd started renting that January.

I finished up my sessions on the 8th of October 2018. I told myself I'd give myself six months and if after six months I was struggling, I'd go back. Within those six months a few major changes, deaths, marriage etc. occurred that I shared in this post here. Some of those things I'm still dealing with now and others I am done with. But April came and went, then June and now July is going out and I don't feel I need to go back because I am still able to count on everything I learned.

Basically going to therapy has been like getting a tool box that is tailor made for you and your life. Milo Murphy's backpack doesn't even come close to it!


Have you used psychotherapy/counselling services? What has been your experience with it? Let me know in the comments!

P.S. You can find the All Time Low song which lends it's title to this post here.

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Sunday, 14 July 2019

Scrapbooking My Year In Pictures

Dublin, Ireland

Last year I received a gorgeous Paperchase diary from my landlady for Christmas because if you know me you know I LOVE stationary! Unfortunately, a few months prior in October I purchased a Simple Elephant journal from Amazon that I was loving and didn't want to restart a new one. Who starts a new diary in October you might ask? Well the Simple Elephant journal allows you to put in your own dates and months etc. so it allows me to skip weeks and months if needed. Helpful for weeks where I am on holiday with no itinerary or weeks where don't have much going on.

Anyways, seeing as I was loving life with my new journal I didn't have a use for the new one. I decided to sit on it and come up with a plan for it because I didn't want it going to waste. Fast forward to some time in early January and I have the idea to use it as some sort of scrapbook for memories. I decided to take a picture a day on my phone and print it out on the old photo printer I had sitting around. As simple as it sounded I didn't enjoy it at all and never once printed a picture from my phone. I'm lazy, so sue me.



I decided to remove the extra steps between taking the photo and printing it and decided to buy a Polaroid. It arrived on the first day of spring and I have been taking pictures since. It's been so fun trying to take a picture a day. I've decided to think of it as 'collecting souls' because I try to take pictures when I feel most in the moment (after enjoying it as much as possible of course) so I can remember the energy of those around me at the time too. This doesn't always happen because sometimes I'm enjoying the moment far too much to step away to turn on the camera.



That brings me to another important point. Enjoying the moment. It's been a minute since I wrote and although I am always, always saddened by how long it takes me to write, I'm not exactly sorry about this reason. I've had a pretty awesome few months filled with lots of activities, events and meet ups with some awesome people I am lucky to have in my life.

I'm hoping to have this book filled with lots of awesome memories come the end of this year! As luck would have it, my Polaroid stopped working at the end of my holiday in Porto so I rang Amazon who gave me a refund, I ordered a new one and it arrived two days later in time for my friend's 21st. Taking pictures this way has led to me not using my camera as much as I'd like, be it DSLR or Phone. With that said, it also means I am not spending as much time thinking of what would look great within the frame and just enjoying myself.

How do you document your memories?



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Sunday, 14 April 2019

TUNES I'VE BEEN LISTENING TO

Dublin, Ireland


My music consumption since May of last year mostly consisted off whatever was playing at work as I spent most of my time there. It's no different in the new job. This had meant I really only listen to music in between work and college so I've been listening to a small range of artists and songs.

Below are just a few of some of those songs and artists I've been listening to.

1) Ariana Grande - 7 Rings



Not an artist I listened to before as a choice but I really enjoyed the catchiness of this song. The notion that you can see something you like and just buy it is my main attraction to it. It's fun and playful and I love it.


2) The Aces - Waiting For You



3) Young The Giant - Call Me Back



4) Jaden Smith - SOHO

Beyond his Spotify account, I don't know much about Jaden past Karate Kid and The Pursuit of Happiness. With that said, his music provides me with lengthy vibey sounds to study to and I can't complain.




5) Kanye West - Waves



Ye just doing his thing.

6) Imagine Dragons - Dancing in The Dark

You'll be dancing in the dance along to this song. It's a divisive songs for fans of the band but I personally find that it allows me to explore my perspectives of relationships with the soothing accompaniment of Dan Reynolds's voice. I know, the power of a song.




7) Riz La Vie - Napkins

This is another playful song to have a swaying bop to.



8) Still Woozy - Habit



9) Mac Miller - Self Care

One hit and I was hooked. If you need a reminder about why and how to love yourself.


10) Kendrick Lamar - Love

I have a college assignment to create a lyric music video, I had initially started on this song but changed it because it didn't allow me to fully fit the brief. Additionally, I was running the risk of over playing a song a really enjoy. It's vunerable and always makes me feel mushy woshy!



11) Sasha Sloan - Runaway



12) Glass Animals - Season 2 Episode 3

This is the song I decided to do my lyric music assignment on.



13) Wet, Branchez - 11 Hours Branchez Remix

This is just some of what I've been listening to. What's on your list?

Till Next Time
xxx

Sunday, 7 April 2019

Amsterdam Round 2

Dublin, Ireland


My trip to Amsterdam with a friend back in November was actually quite lovely. The first time I went to Amsterdam it was more as a time to spend with the people I was with and didn't really see much of the city. This time by the end of our few days, we were navigating the city like Google map pros.


Accomodation

We stayed in Clinknoord Hostel. I would 100% be looking to book it again when I go back to Amsterdam, if I am not couchsurfing. My friend and I were in a female dorm of four and paid €35 for the three nights spent there.

There are communal bathrooms but they are quite snazzy and very clean. The staff are also really lovely. There's a place to leave your things before or after check in. Additionally there are many hostel hosted events so plenty of opportunities to meet other travelers. The communal space is also very inviting with great music, games, a bar, books and an enclosed open rough area for doing some yoga or watching the stars.


If you forget things like towels and toothbrushes, they sell them too but they're a tad expensive.
Location wise, you cannot get any luckier. The hostel is located less than a five minute walk from the ferry port where a three minute ferry ride (which is not only frequent but also free ) will take you directly to Amsterdam Central. So you are essentially eight minutes from the heart of Amsterdam and thus everything you could possibly want to do.


Food, Attractions and Night Life

On this trip I really wanted to sample the Amsterdam tourist scene and my mate also wanted to sample a bit of the night scene so we did just that. On our first day in Amsterdam, we met an old friend of mine living there and got to explore the 'hipster' scene in De Pipj. It is apparently the 'It' place in Amsterdam. We enjoyed a lovely Nepalese food in Surya. I'm planning on having a meal there at least once every time I am in Amsterdam.
The most hipster place we visited in De Pipj was called Coffee and Coconut. Truly a beautiful interior, it used to be an old cinema building and now houses a rage of people eating leaves and drinking out of coconuts in freezing November. It's an Instagram picture den and has prices to match too. We went here twice for lunch and I would heartily recommend the Beef Burger.





We also visited my Aunt and Uncle after trying to get tickets to Rainbow Kitten Surprise. We failed in that mission but while walking away completely dejected, who do we run into?? The one and only Charlie Holt! I didn't take a picture with them because he was eating a waffle, in a rush and I was just fangirling too much. Definitely made my evening better.


My friend wanted to visit the Rembrandt museum. I say I'm not one for museums but I almost always enjoy every museum I visit. This one was no exception. In one of the rooms, I got to watch one of the tour guides make paint and even got to try it.





On one of the evenings we ventured out into the city to try and find a club. Unfortunately for us, it was a Sunday evening so selection was not great. We did however end up in a quaint jazz bar where we got to enjoy some live music, sing happy birthday to some random old and enjoy some rather nice pints.


Another great feature of the hostel is that it is right next to the A'dam swing. We did this on our last day as it meant we didn't have to go too far. I seem to forget my slight fear of heights when I'm planning things sometimes. I screamed all the way through this safe swing but sure look. I might've looked and sounded silly in the moment but I really enjoyed it too.




Altogether, it was a very different trip to my first Dam trip but equally as fun and enjoyable. I'm looking forward to the next trip already. Perhaps some weekend to come. I'll also make sure to take a lot more pictures. This trip was immensely video footage heavy and with exams aroud the corner, I don't go the tme to edit it all together. I'll have to put it on my summer pojects list.

Have you been to Dam recently ro planning on gogin? What's a place or activity you'd recommend? Let me know in the comments.

Till Next Time

Sunday, 31 March 2019

SPILLING THE TEA

Dublin, Ireland


Looking at my posts, my last blog post was back in November but it was really the last of a staggeringly slow line of posts. In order to be able to pick up things on the same footing, I need to bring y'all to to date on life outside the blog. There are 5 influential changes or events I think you should all know.

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1) I Quit My Job

First hugely influential thing, I quit my job. This will be the third job I've ever quit. The first I left because I needed to study for my leaving certificate but I also did not enjoy the job or working with the passive-aggressive, oppressive management. The second I left after two weeks as it was my fourth job at the time and I was just spreading myself too thin. And now I have two shifts left in my current job.

Aside from the first job I left, I've enjoyed every single job I've ever had. For me I evaluate how fit a job and I are for each other based on three factors: 1) the company's treatment of employees 2) my fellow employees 3) work to life balance. If I'm in a job where the company isn't extortionate, my colleagues are fun and supportive and I can still achieve things outside of work, I'm a happy bunny. It hit me during a lecture in college on modern society and attitudes towards work that I realized how unhappy and drained I had become in my current job.

Aside from that, I couldn't really see myself moving up in the company with college and the required times so I figured it would be best to find a job I'd never done before to learn some new skills. But first, I wanted to take two months off to relax and focus on college. I'd take some promotional jobs to get pocket money and dip into my savings for rent.

At the request of my mother I promised to send out some CVs to places I would genuinely like to work. I had the safety net of an old job I knew would rehire me after my haitus so I wasn't worried. I sent out three CVs after making this decision and fast forward to now, I've a job lined up somewhere much closer to home and one in which I will get to learn some new skills.


2) Bereavements



The one year anniversary of my grandmother came up in March as did my paternal Grandfather's funeral. Being so far from Ghana thinking about my Great-Grandmother and grandfather was quite hard. I wasn't expecting to get as torn up about it as I was.

I was planning on making a short documentary video on my Great-Grandmother to mark her anniversary. It was an idea I planned for when I went to Ghana for her funeral but looking at the footage and pictures of the day, I couldn't bring myself to do anything with them except sit and cry. Then there was my paternal Grandfather's funeral which I was unable to attend because of financial restraints.



Altogether, paired with work stress, feelings of inadequacy/imposter syndrome in college and I was very emotionally drained.


3) Break Ups

Also before the end of the 2018, M and I broke up. It was amicable but after nearly three years, it's a huge hit to the system and routine. It's been a few months and it still feels fairly raw. Such an odd thing too because I have been doing so much more with my time so I feel like I'm accomplishing a lot of things too. Looking back through the lense of hindsight, the first few weeks where I felt everything was okay was actually quite opposite. Mentally I think I was just very scrambled.

I couldn't throw myself into work because I didn't really want to be there. I couldn't throw myself into college either because I couldn't focus. I joined a choir, started going back to the gym more, practiced yoga and for the first few weeks, tried to not be alone for too long.



I'm very grateful for all the people who unknowingly helped me through this time. I don't talk about my emotions when I'm experiencing them often, opting to share once the worse is over. However I'm glad I shared it with some, it was such a relief.


4) Malta, Amsterdam, Australia

If you read my post about my Amsterdam itinerary then you know I went to Amsterdam last October. You'll also know I never updated on how that trip actually went. Well I just wanted to let you know, I will update it soon because I'm planning on going some weekend to come.

For the New Year of 2019 there had been talks of going skiing but that didn't happen. Instead I went to Malta with two crazy gals and had a blast of a time. You might've seen this on my Instagram stories at the time. It was truly a breath of fresh air after the M situation and unbeknownst to me at the time, the perfect calm before the storm of stress and psychological drain that would follow. This trip too will get it's own post to come because I just loved the time we spent there that much!



Then the big trip of the year for me, Australia. I've recently purchased my ticket to Australia because my cousin is getting married. I'm so excited for this because I'll get to see family members I haven't been with in over 16 years and some I've never even met! Last year when I went for my Great-Grandmother's funeral, I got to meet one of my aunts and an uncle whom I hadn't seen since I was four years old. It was such a fantastic and wholesome experience. I'm very nervous for the trip in Australia because I don't want to have high expectations of how things will be but regardless I am super excited.

Additionally, my birthday is two days before the wedding so I'll get to celebrate it with my family and my grandmother who's being surprised with a trip there from Ghana.

5) Everything Else

In the much nearer present, I'm loving college. Looking at finishing up work and taking up a new job has me nervous and excited. Having the extra time means I am doing more and discovering more about myself but I am buzzing for summer when I get to see more of my crazy awesome friends cause college won't be in the way. 



Life right now isn't perfect, but it's pretty darn close and I couldn't be more grateful.
Hopefully I haven't jinxed that now!
What have you been up to all this time? Share with me some with me in the comments so I can give you some love!

Till Next Time

Interogation at the Site of Conflict



I've been away a while. I know, trust me, I know. Every few weeks someone asks me about how the blog is going and for the last three months I've been saying 'its been a while but I think I'll go back to it this week'. Thankfully fewer people have ventured as far as to ask why I stepped away.


The truth is as they often say...complicated. I guess a foundational issue arose when I started asking myself why exactly I enjoyed blogging. Is it because I like the ability to document thoughts and opinions or the thrill and anxiety of sharing that with an audience? It's both of these things. I enjoy both these aspects, the sense of accomplishment when I'm able to articulate my internal musings into text and the exciting nervousness that someone might see it and agree, challenge or disagree with me.



But, and I've addressed it many times before in the blog, the blogosphere is not what is used to be. For me, between 2014-2017 it quickly evolved into a battle ground where each individual was coerced to either participate in the numbers game or stand in the minority and be silent. I'm not a lazy person but I don't have the time nor energy to compete with bots for attention.  And I don't necessarily want to speak out to the masses but I certainly don't want my voice to be buried beneath the persistent onslaught of homogeneous content either. I was hating the game and hating the rules.

Amidst all this I just kept telling myself to stop being an 'attention seeker'. I didn't know how to navigate between my aversion for attention seeking and wanting to harness the tools of the blogging platform to somehow connect with others. So well, I stepped away.



External of my mind and heart, there were also pressures in life that added to feeling of depletion. I could easily chuck my absence on the loss of my paternal grandfather, break-up of a near three year relationship, my stress at work and sense of lost self but I'd be lying. Although influential, this blog and all my blogs before it have always been a place where I've divulged, scrutinized and discovered things about myself through rambled writings and long sentences that'd make my secondary school English teacher puke up her stomach. It's the place where I've come to talk in detail about these things when I've exhausted all my real life connections about them. 

I did a shameful thing stepping away, a betrayal of self. I've gone absent in the past but never so consciously. I thought of returning just as abruptly and unannounced but to clear my guilty conscience, I decided against. Instead I'll pledge to myself to do better and if I decide to step away again, it'll be the end of Albatroz & Co. altogether. Hopefully though that doesn't happen.



A foreword for how I will be publishing from now. I'm not sure what shape of theme the posts I write will take but I'll be looking more to explore things that interest me and may be of interest to some of ye. During college time I'll post once a week and outside that twice a week.

I'll share these on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and will try to do the regular monthly newsletter so if you're not already signed up, get on it! In the newsletter I'll be sharing my monthly challenges and other bits and bobs from my personal life that may not make it to the blog for a few weeks due to how scheduling works.


Finally, I'd like to extend a formal apology and a thank you to everyone that asks me about the blog while I was away. You were all a constant reminder that there is something I enjoy and that others can enjoy it too. Thank you.


And to show my appreciation and happiness to be back, there's a second post waiting for ya. I've neatly packaged everything that's been happening in 5 wee points to bring y'all up to date so we can start off on the same foot. Check it out here!

Till Next Time

Wednesday, 7 November 2018

How To Make Yogi Tea at Home

Dublin, Ireland


I don't know when I first started watching Yoga with Adriene or why I started watching it but it's been around eight months I'd say and her videos have become an integral part of my life. Each morning that I have time, I try to start the day off with a Ted Talk or Ted-Ed video followed by some Yoga with Adriene.

Adriene is a Yoga instructor who Youtubes many helpful videos for free. Her videos are charged with wholesomeness both from the content and her bright, and welcoming personality. She really encompasses the happy yogi lifestyle that stereotypes allude to.

 I can't remember the last time I drank black tea. I am more of a herbal tea kind of girl and if I can make it myself, that's even better! I came across Adriene's Yogi Tea recipe about two months ago after finishing one of her yoga lessons and since then I have been brewing tea at home. As much as I love her recipe, the great thing about it is that its simplicity allows for a lot of change and therefore personal touch.


You can check out her recipe here which is brilliant.




The last few times I've made her tea I've altered it a little bit.

- Cloves
- Ginger
- Black Peppercorn
- Cinnamon Stick
- Lemon Juice
-Honey

I don't add the tea bag because the caffeine in it doesn't really agree with me and I also much prefer the taste without it. I added some lemon juice and I also messed around with the ratio of ingredients because I love cloves and ginger. I always add a lot more of these two and a few extra black pepper corns too. I'm not too keen on the cinnamon stick so I tend to use about a quarter of a stick.

If you are adding lemon, I wouldn't advice putting in the lemon fruit itself as I did the first time. It gives the brew a really zesty, too bitter taste. But sure if you're into that, who am I to tell you what to do?

It's such a simple recipe and requires about 5 minutes of prep getting your ingredients ready but it fills the house with a glorious natural perfume. This tea is definitely a step up from the ginger and lemon juice drinks I use to make when I was sick. I also like to season the tea with some honey afterwards for taste.

How do you feel about Herbal Teas? Would you make your own? Let me know in the comments!


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