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Tracy Gesare - 02/Nov/2018

I lie, when I insert laugh-cry emojis because most of the times I’m not even chuckling. Heck! I’m not even impressed. read

OPPO Aims to Bring A New Smartphone Fashion Trend In Kenya

Techsawa - 01/Nov/2018

With Kenya’s fashion industry gaining popularity in recent years as being one of the most vibrant on the continent, OPPO is committed to showcase how mobile technology has enabled the fashion industry break new ground in regards to design with an a… read

Why I Would Never Marry an Already Successful Man

Fanne Mwambi | Fanne's Files - 31/Oct/2018

I was 21 when I met the very first man to ever propose marriage to me. Let’s call him Dan. Now Dan was 12 years older than I was and from his boastfulness, I learnt that he was well established, well organized and with a clear view of his future. I… read

Reach Out, don’t run out!

Kenyan Incarnate: Wakenya Vifane - 31/Oct/2018

Asking for help is not a pleasant affair that one enjoys. It takes up a fortitude of courage to lower one’s guard and lay bare your need to another mortal man. You become vulnerable which easily puts you in a position of weakness. Seeking help does… 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


Oshinity - 25/Oct/2018

As a woman of colour, nude nail polish was never something I thought I could pull off. None of the 50 shades of beige (that we were always force fed as nude) were ever quite… The post NUDE NAIL POLISH FOR WOMEN OF COLOUR – LURON appeared first o… read

Samatian Island

Travel by Ray - 24/Oct/2018

  The very first time i came across Samatian Island was on twitter and as i re tweeted the post …Continue reading →… read

I’m A Boy

thesocialcrazies - 23/Oct/2018

Coming back as a boy doesn’t seem so bad. Nobody cares if they come back looking hellish. Doing stupid things freely instead of being handed a small mwiko that subconsciously ingrains mothering as an ambition. Nobody really cares if he cries his h… read

What manner of trust

Mama Cekes speaks - 22/Oct/2018

A very dear couple friend of mine who are directors of Mustard Seed Trainers (MUSTA) ( ) set up a meeting for ladies and claimed it was for those who wanted to have mad fun – that was the catchy phrase. But in reality… read

SUBIRA- Kenyan Sensation

Filmi Very Filmi - 21/Oct/2018

Subira is about a young girl who dreams to have her own way in a life that belongs to her, but will she be able to tackle the customs and traditions that hold her prisoner? Will she break free? Read More (… read

Loving Yourself Enough to Say No

bonarerimaisiba - 17/Oct/2018

I, like many of you, have always thought that saying no to others is being selfish. It has taken me years and years of trying to be good by not saying no, to finally realize that I have only been unfair to myself and probably failed to love myself fi… read

Wash and Go on Natural Hair

Nimu's Lifestyle - 17/Oct/2018

Life isn’t perfect, but your hair can be. Hello! Hello! Hello! I never thought I’d be able to achieve a defined wash and go on my type 4b/4c hair, but here I am now, loving the simplicity of the wash and go’s. I love how my hair is able to sit… read

No Jeff, that was a shitty interview!

Muindi Kimanzi - 16/Oct/2018

Every morning during the weekdays, I wake up and go for a morning run. Sometimes it’s consistent, other times it’s not. But still, one thing remains consistent, my insatiable desire to listen to Jeff Koinange on the Hot Breakfast show on Hot 96. 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

Let's See Where We Wake Up Tomorrow...

The musings of Kajuzi! ;-) - 08/Oct/2018

Adam Levine famously sang that 'the best laid plans sometimes are just a one night stand.' I loved that song, Lost Stars.There are many times i have wished i was that random girl who could decide to go watch a live band at Mocha-Locha barely  20 mi… 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

Kente Vibes

Elled - 01/Oct/2018

Pictures: @call_me_maina Location: the_village_market.   Happy new month ladies and gents, if there any :-). Can we just take a minute and discuss how beautiful this kente fabric is…I mean it costed almost two times the normal Ankara fabric that… read



Give me all your money…  Having been away for a while on this end. I do return bearing gifts. Interior decor gifts, well, technically items. This is mainly because you have to buy them, I might be taking some but not all of your coin but it will b… read