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Want Comfort? Think Shift Dress

Linda's World of Style - 29/Mar/2019

The thing about shift dresses is that they are free and can be worn by women of all sizes. Apart from being very comfortable, they look super stylish especially when worn with a pair of chic heels. Perfect wedding/church outfit, if you ask me :-) … read

Desert Safari in The Chalbi Desert, Kenya

Kenyan Backpacker - 27/Mar/2019

Desert Safari Experience in the Chalbi Desert, Kenya Going on a Desert Safari in Kenya is not something we often hear. In fact, what exactly is a desert safari? A few lucky chaps who have been to Dubai may be quick to offer an explanation but even th… read

The Norm

Tharisit - 27/Mar/2019

I sat on my specs and they bent pretty badly. (Haha what a way to start a story huh?) So yeah… This happened and luckily I had a spare pair of specs in my house that I could use in the mean time. Man. The first time I put them on, I forgot that, on… read

Taking Stock 10

Champagne Violinist - 26/Mar/2019

Hey wonderful people   This has to be one of my first taking stock posts of the new year. Please, let me explain. Everything has been absolutely crazy. Its my final semester of university so everything is full speed ahead. I can’t belive im actual… read

Not looking the part ?

Mama Cekes speaks - 25/Mar/2019

So am walking around this great and amazing city of Nairobi. The super city under the really hot sun and then realize that we have quite a number of street kids back. They are really all over the place and to be honest, I know I cannot  enjoy my col… read

How Mike Osweto of Siko Tech Solutions is revolutionizing the world of entrepreneurship

Kuza Blog - 20/Mar/2019

Technology is dynamic and it keeps changing and improving every now and then. It’s unfortunate that people are afraid of change and it takes them a little longer to embrace the changes that come with new technology. This is what motivated Mike Oswe… read


okachformusungu - 19/Mar/2019

FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE Figurative language uses figures of speech such as similes and metaphor to evoke emotions in the reader and write a more impactful and appealing work of art. H.R Kulet employs these styles heavily, firstly to create likeable prota… read

Cracked Hearts

Poetic Justness... Love & Life - 16/Mar/2019

The last time I saw Maimunwords poured out of me like water squeezed from a sponge. She covered my mouth with hersas if to swallow a terrible curse that would come back to afflict us. “Forget us, forget me,” she said. Upon us was the moment… read

Be Revealed

#SpreadTheGospel - 15/Mar/2019

“Our lives are a Christ-like fragrance rising up to God. But this fragrance is perceived differently by those who are being saved and by those who are perishing.” 2 Corinthians 2:15 NLT… read


blurryface - 10/Mar/2019

psa: I’ve had this draft post for months now till the first paragraph lost relevance so I’ll just go straight to the point. I hope you’re ok though… read

Not Valentine enough.

Tracy Gesare - 04/Mar/2019

As ‘all things work together for they that love the Lord’, I don’t know if it is the weight glow, the hair or my wardrobe preference,..... read


LYFE CHAMI - 15/Feb/2019

Life is Precious. I have heard this phrase many times and I have seen and felt a couple of instances to conclude that it is indeed precious. Life is valued so much by people, am sure even animals do so because they do fight to survive too sometimes. read


Hadithi Hadithi - 11/Feb/2019

‘Do I have something to say? Yes I do. But where to start is where am not so sure.’ Thoughts that I have whenever I try to picture myself in a therapist session. Its funny how I want to heal myself without having to let someone in. The walls that… read



They say that what you wear simply explains who you are.. read

Fetching Water

thesocialcrazies - 07/Feb/2019

Fetching Water is an art. It can’t be done by just anyone. It’s an art pouring water in a glass but leaving a small gap so it isn’t over-filled. Also, balancing it as you snake your way through guests to deliver water. That’s why when you don… read

In the eye of the storm

kaniaru's son - 04/Feb/2019

Being Monday and the start of the week, I find it appropriate to speak about the place of faith in my journey with illness and as well as conclude this story. Faith is defined as complete trust in something or someone. Religiously, faith is deep conv… read

3 Interruptions In Your Professional Life and What to Do About Them

EDUCATION - 17/Jan/2019

Completing a day in the contemporary world of employment is an every minute everyday battle as our professional and personal …… read

Neiko 01407A Electronic Digital Caliper Stainless Steel Body with Large LCD Screen | 0 – 6 Inches | Inch/Fractions/Millimeter Conversion

Sincereviewshq - 10/Jan/2019

When you require exact measuring, you reach for a caliper. But an accurate measurement is meaningless if you can’t read it accurately. This caliper takes an essential tool into the 21st century with an extra-large LCD digital readout for exact inte… read

A Year of Lessons

The Scroll - 10/Jan/2019

The year has gone by fast. By ‘the year’, I mean last year because this post was supposed to go up before 2018 closed its eyes. One minute the blog is down because the nice people at the domain company decided to ignore my payment, and the next,… read

Lessons from 2018

The musings of Kajuzi! ;-) - 08/Jan/2019

2018 was a strangely tough and wonderful year for me. For the most part it was my year of liberation, the year i found freedom, the year i found myself and the year i truly searched and thankfully found God.For someone who has always had a responsibi… read