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Product Review – My 2018 Favorites

MY FASHION DIARIES - 05/Jan/2019

As we start 2019, I have a few products that have made a difference for me in the past year. Those girls who have had to go through a whole aisle of skin care products at the beauty store before they could find the one understand what I mean when I s… read

SELF RESPECT IS THE KEY TO OVERCOMING FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN

WALK WITH ME - 04/Jan/2019

By Mical ImbuKwa In a world full of different unfortunate situations, people have to devise mechanisms to sail through. Some sail through wisely, others ruin their reputations while at it, while there are those who lack the boldness to get out of the… read


How the Christmas revived rivalry between Jordan Waters Church and Living fountains

The Independent - 29/Dec/2018

For those who have been reading my stories,you all know, Carolina the beauty overload that serves in the Living fountain pub ;the only business that breaths some life in my yonder village. While there is no much to talk of her facial look, it is her… read

A Good kind of greedy

Light to Christ - 28/Dec/2018

Image Credit: www.gratisography.com The scene was reminiscent of a Wild Wild West Shootout. The two men squared up to each other as an impregnable air of tension enveloped them.  Their eyes bristled with violent intent. For what seemed like eterni… read


Charity or clarity? Help or Yelp?

Kenyan Incarnate: Wakenya Vifane - 25/Dec/2018

Someone gave me some money recently. I was really grateful because I was in need and I didn’t have to borrow. I was touched, to be honest. But that feeling was short lived. Right after they gave, they asked that I return. Yet they knew very well, I… read

Christmas and new year wishes

The African Pot - 18/Dec/2018

I know it’s been minute! Yes such was my 2018. Tough, tough year this one was. But i survived to write this. This is the shortest article i have written. I wish you all peace, love, and joy this Christmas. And no I don’t do Christmas trees, I nev… read


Dating Relationships Aren’t Easy, Neither Is Marriage.

HumanityInMe - 13/Dec/2018

I was brought up in a polygamous family. My dad was also brought up in a polygamous family. This was about thirty years ago. My grand father married almost 30plus wives. My grand mother being the first wife and my father being the first son to my gra… read

CIRCUMCISION: CULTURE, CHURCH & GANGS

andrewismme - 10/Dec/2018

Photo credit: Pinterest Circumcision is one of the most revered cultural practices in my community. It is a mark of transformation and liberation, if you may. Liberation from childhood manners and anything that demeans boyish attributes. The physical… read


Knee Surgery Waiver (USAF)

GuriixUSJourney - 03/Dec/2018

I’ve noticed many searches leading to my blog for Knee surgery waivers. This mainly comes from those who are looking into joining the Uniformed Services i.e. Army, Marines, Airforce, Navy, Coast Guard. I had knee surgery in Kenya in 2010 and I didn… read

Empirical statement

Empirical Kosholo - 14/Nov/2018

(Isn’t it strange that this is how some young people speak nowadays? I was speaking with a lady not long ago, a face to face conversation like humans used to interact in the stone age, and I said something to which she said, “Lol”, to mean she… read


African fashion with a modern flair | MaXhosa Culture SS19

replay254 - 07/Nov/2018

This season, MaXhosa offered a fresh serving of those signature prints but on silk with a funky, modern twist. The "C.U.L.T.U.R.E" SS19 Collection is all sorts Printastic!! read

young jugglers - 04/Nov/2018

i loved and I lost. Advertisements… read


10 THINGS THAT SURPRISED ME ABOUT SENEGAL.

akenyannomad - 03/Nov/2018

1. Religion I  learnt on my ride to my hosts’ house from the airport that Senegal is 95% Muslim.  The first reaction was shock, mostly because my knowledge that the country had been colonized by France had led me to believing that it was a Christ… read

Safaricom reports a 20% rise in half year net income for the period to 30th September 2018

THE DUSTY FOOT PHILOSOPHER FROM ISIOLO COUNTY - 02/Nov/2018

Safaricom reports a 20% rise in half year net income for the period to 30th September 2018******************1. Customer numbers have increased by 1.5% to 29.94m as at 30 September 2018 from 29.49m as at 30 September 20172. Mobile data customers who w… read


Safaricom reports a 20% rise in half year net income for the period to 30th September 2018

SON OF A NOMAD-FROM ISIOLO COUNTY - 02/Nov/2018

Safaricom reports a 20% rise in half year net income for the period to 30th September 2018******************1. Customer numbers have increased by 1.5% to 29.94m as at 30 September 2018 from 29.49m as at 30 September 20172. Mobile data customers who w… read

Walk for Freedom | A21 : Review

The Ideal Self - 29/Oct/2018

This year’s A21 Walk for freedom took place on October 20th 2018. More than 450 Walks were held all over the world in over 50 Countries. Tens of thousands rallied reaching millions in just a day for one purpose; spreading awareness on human traff… read


I love you

DannieSpeaks - 25/Oct/2018

Three words. Research says that these are the most important words in our lives, especially in our early development as children. Imagine that we spent our whole existence without hearing them. I must have read somewhere that if we grow up without he… read

Where does it hurt?

chanyado - 11/Oct/2018

  ‘Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul, And sings the tune without the words, And never stops at all’ – Emily Dickinson Are you tired? I am. It is tiring living in Kenya. I don’t want to list the ways, because this piece… read


First Lady Melania Trump’s heartfelt visit to Africa. (FLOTUSINAFRICA)

emalineachieng -HUMOURITA! - 05/Oct/2018

This week, First Lady Melania Trump is on her first solo international trip, visiting the African nations of Ghana, Malawi, Kenya, and Egypt. Wrapping up her  first stops in Accra and Cape Coast, Ghana, the First Lady took her “Be Best” messag… read

Book Review: The Kite runner by Khaled Housseini

Random Thoughts of a Girl in Nairobi - 05/Oct/2018

This was my favourite line from this book. The quote that set the mood.  The point at which I sat down and went 'oh snap!'. I took longer than I should have while reading this book.  Which is a polite way of saying that I was distracted by the two… read