Waiting… (Audio Blog)

I guess this one speaks for itself. Everything is down below anyway.   Link to original post: Waiting…

My Life (Part Two) [Audio Blog]

You know I had to come back with Part Two, but if you haven’t listened to Part One, you can right here: My Life (Part One) [Audio Blog]   Link to original post: Photo(s) Of the Day (My Life)

My Life (Part One) [Audio Blog]

So soon? Yeah, I know. This Audio Blog is going to be quite different from my others as it’s derived from one of my ‘Photo of the Day‘ posts. With special help from Kanye and one of his many Twitter rants, I will go over a series of tweets that actually resonated with me. Also,…

Ships (Audio Blog)

I told y’all I’ll be back soon. In this Audio Blog, I talk about the two ships (relationships and friendships), but I’m not going to lie, I’m kind of waffling. I already mentioned this in the audio, but the next one I do will be a lot more structured (I need to get back in…

OUKASnation Audio’s

Hey everyone, I’ve felt a bit bad just posting ‘Photo of the Day,’ so I’m going to start doing my audio posts again. I don’t know exactly when I’ll be starting them, but it’ll be real soon ☺️.

OUKASnation

What’s up to everyone who visits my page, This month has been an extremely terrible month for my site, and it all seems a bit “meh” right now. I’m going to stop writing anything for a while, and I don’t know how long that will be for. I will still post the “Photo of the…

Why is Anxiety on the Rise?

Anxiety has become ever-present in today’s society. I think the awareness made in regards to mental health has aided to the fact people do have problems, making us more aware of the condition. But why the sudden rise in recent times?   1. Smartphones Everything now has become digital. Every event, update, TV show, etc….

African Parents & Communication

Decided to pick this back up for my new post, and who knows how many of these I will do because there are so many elements to African Parents. But as the title suggests, today I will be talking about African Parents & Communication. I think every single African child (or most) can relate to…