February 5th, 2016 12:21am “Wait! Let me take a video of this for my Snapchat” I love snap chat. Kind of a random start to this blog post. However, I do. I have had it for over two years now, and I love it. It is the place where I can genuinely be my weird authentic […]Read more "Soaking In The Now"
Hey, guys I normally do not make blog posts like this. But its 1am on a Sunday night and I have a lot of things on my mind. It’s not so much similar to my other posts that are more advice and poetry based. This is going to be more just a flow of thoughts. […]Read more "Stream Of Consciousness"
But I Love Him… I don’t generally write about topics like this but I think this might be useful for a lot of young women who are either in a relationship that’s unhealthy whether it be emotionally or physically unhealthy. Or just got out of a relationship that is unhealthy. I’m gearing this mostly to […]Read more "But I Love Him…"
No edits. No filter. No makeup (just a tad BB cream). No props. No nothing. Just me. Anisa. After years of struggling with being afraid of what people might think or say to me after they see me bearing no makeup or what I like to call my mask because I was constantly hiding behind […]Read more "Behind The Mask"
“Keep smiling, because life is a beautiful thing and there’s so much to smile about.” ― Marilyn Monroe “Never give up on yourself, once you do,there is nobody left.” –Unknown “Life is like dance. Sometimes we lead, sometimes we follow. Don’t worry about what we don’t know, what’s important is, we learn as we go” –Unknown […]Read more "Quotes are inspiration for the uninspired…"
Moose Abdi Mohamed Mustafa Ahmed Fahad Yonis How many more brothers can we bury? How many more deaths can we disregard until we realize this self-genocide? How many more mothers are we going to watch cry after she realizes that, that was her son who was shot in the head nine times? A young man […]Read more "“Iska Jooji Hooyo”"
But first, let me properly introduce myself. I’m Anisa Mohamed. I am more than just a name. I am more than just a given gender. I am more than the rich caramel of my skin. More than my proud ethnic background. More than my chosen religion the world loves to bash. More than just a […]Read more "Introducing…"