How Fitness Saved Me from Myself – Part 2

Daniel Munroop continues to open up about his struggle with poor mental health and how fitness played a part in saving him. This is Life I dropped out of university in my second year. I had no interest in the subject and no interest in life. Relationships became broken and I fell into a dark … Continue reading How Fitness Saved Me from Myself – Part 2

How Fitness Saved Me from Myself – Part 1

Daniel Munroop opens up about his struggle with poor mental health and how fitness played a part in saving him. In order to be “successful’ you must have a university degree. This is was a big part of growing up for me. Although those exact words may not have been said, they were certainly engraved … Continue reading How Fitness Saved Me from Myself – Part 1

YPI Spotlight: Antonia Green

This month, we're shining the YPI Spotlight on occasional Kickback participant and YPI photographer, Poetic Insight veteran and YP Insight Family member, Antonia Green, a poet who found a space to perform and grow in YPI. First things first, big up Shaniqua for giving me this month’s spotlight. Also, thank you to YPI for being … Continue reading YPI Spotlight: Antonia Green

What Inspired Me to Write My First Book

Sky Caesar shares what inspired her to write her first book and what you can gain from reading it. I grew up travelling around the world, had family of different spiritual beliefs to learn from, my parents taught me self-love and black empowerment, I was speaking 3-4 languages before primary school age. Yet with all … Continue reading What Inspired Me to Write My First Book

How Opening Your Mind Can Help You Step into Your Power

Sky Caesar explores how opening your mind can help you to step into your power and become limitless. What does it mean to live the life you want? Is this some mythical formula of hard work, no sleep or luck? We think the chance circumstances of the outside world is what is going to make … Continue reading How Opening Your Mind Can Help You Step into Your Power

Coronavirus – Post-sanity

In a time of confusion, worry and uncertainty, Marina Curran expresses her thoughts through poetry. Stripped bare, take my socks and gloves and desanitise me, Show me life's bare bones, the last remains – post sanity, Let me stand 2m from your face, and explain our fate, do you understand me, Because we're all scared … Continue reading Coronavirus – Post-sanity

Looking Back on 2019, Moving Forward to 2020

Shaniqua gives an insight into the final YPI event of 2019, when we were Looking Back, Moving Forward.  The last month of the year means that it's time look back and move forward, which is what we did on the 17th December when The Kickback and Poetic Insight combined at Project B.  It was a … Continue reading Looking Back on 2019, Moving Forward to 2020