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It's Never Too Late to Make Your Ramadan Great!

SON OF A NOMAD-FROM ISIOLO COUNTY - 28/May/2019

As we near the halfway mark of the month of Ramadan, has your ‘month of fasting’ gone just as you expected it would? Or have you faced unexpected trials and setbacks that have made your Ramadan unexpectedly difficult?There is still PLENTY of time… read

CHARACTER AND CHARACTERISATION IN BLOSSOMS OF THE SAVANNAH

okachformusungu - 28/May/2019

Characters are created by the author to disseminate information and at the same time entertain the audience. In order to create a compelling narrative, authors always create likeable characters (protagonists) and unlikable characters (antagonists.) I… read


Sports Illustrated adorns a Kenyan flair feat. Halima Aden

replay254 - 28/May/2019

#ShatteringPerceptions Halima Aden joins the rookie class of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit and returns home to Kenya writing history again by becoming the first Burkini-wearing Model beautifully recreating a high fashion Burkini shoot... read

Gap year.

Tracy Gesare - 28/May/2019

While Malia Obama takes a gap year (rolls eyes to another dimension) I am bored out of my hair roots selling flowers. Selling flowers to people who do not give two flying hoots about anything but kale. Maybe sweet potatoes too but mostly kale. I am n… read


Is it just me?

Tharisit - 26/May/2019

Is it just me or things are just hella expensive nowadays?Recently my throat was starting to show signs and symptoms of a cold. So I remembered how the other day someone blessed me with a cup of dawa… Then it hit me. I should make my own dawa. In m… read

Rise of the New Faces in Theatre

Sanaa Post - 26/May/2019

    ROLL THE DICE A review by Simyu Barasa. ‘Alea iacta est’, The dice is cast. These were the words of Julius Ceaser when he crossed the Rubicon River, signalling that with that deed, the point of no return has been crossed and the games have… read


Lord,will you meet me here?

Champagne Violinist - 18/May/2019

  Hey people,   When I first started my faith walk, I was more interested in being perfect than being real. It became goal oriented for me. I wanted to read the Bible in one year, so I did. Took notes. And If I skipped a day, I was keen on keeping… read

Wine, Sex & Chill | The Meaning of Sexual Consent

Nimu's Lifestyle - 18/May/2019

Consent is needed every singe to you have sex. read


5 ways to Manage Generation Z in the Workplace

EDUCATION - 15/May/2019

First off, generation Z or the so called Millennial’s represent the workforce generation born between mid-1990 – 2015 Raised in …… read

You know what’s funny? I can’t feel my tears.

Clarie's Ramblings - 14/May/2019

We often think that going through life-altering things is an all-consuming endevour. We think people with terminal diseases just sit around waiting for death. read


You Were Mine

Poetic Justness... Love & Life - 09/May/2019

pinterest You’re light,            the kind that came in through a crack on the wall. You’re hope,           the kind that hung around when all was gone. I was happy,           the kind that you knew was somewhere… read

A Different Kind Of Fun: Lake Magadi

Funtravelkenya's Blog - 24/Apr/2019

Been a while. Traveling without a camera, not thinking of what to put in a post and having not to review the destinations is really lovely. But at the same time, it feels weird going round and not sharing these amazing places with the rest of you. It… read


A Different Kind Of Fun: Lake Magadi

funtravelkenya's Blog - 24/Apr/2019

Been a while. Traveling without a camera, not thinking of what to put in a post and having not to review the destinations is really lovely. But at the same time, it feels weird going round and not sharing these amazing places with the rest of you. It… read

29 thoughts about turning 29

https://mariguthelawyer.wordpress.com/ - 18/Apr/2019

29 years ago on a Wednesday night, my sweetest mother pooped me out, am forever grateful for her intention to birth me and bring me into this world. Today being my birthday, I feel blessed to be seeing the sunset of my 20s and reflecting back on the… read


Money has its say!

The Ink Drop - 16/Apr/2019

Isn’t It Funny That, If You’ve Got The Money, Most Women Ignore The Fact You’re Abusive! read

There’s A Champion in You- Film Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Filmi Very Filmi - 09/Apr/2019

Freddie Mercury is before my time, not quite. Queen’s songs live on and will continue to do so maybe even like a Chopin. Bohemian Rhapsody naturally is the biographical account of Farrokh Bulsara, known as Freddie Mercury and the birth and survival… read


Pregnancy cravings

Ricita Chillspot - 05/Apr/2019

I could crave raw mangoes with lots of pepper...mahindi choma (roasted maize) was like a daily meal, croissants, it didn't help that I live near a Java restaurant and I love their croissants, I even learnt how to bake croissants, I actually did! It w… read

DELIVERANCE PROCEDURE TO BREAK SEXUAL COVENANTS

Eat,Pray,love and Live - 05/Apr/2019

GENERAL DELIVERANCE PROCEDURE 1 JOHN 1:9 ‘IF WE CONFESS OUR SINS, HE IS FAITHFUL AND JUST AND WILL FORGIVE US OUR SINS AND PURIFY US FROM ALL UNRIGHTEOUSNESS.’ “DELIVERANCE IS A STEP IN FAITH” STEP 1 :DEFINE DOORWAYS OR TEMPLE DEFILING SINS I… read


Review: Working in the Gig Economy by Thomas Oppong

Kerry's Blog - 03/Apr/2019

Title: Working in the Gig Economy: How to Thrive and Succeed when you Choose to Work For Yourself Author: Thomas Oppong Publisher: Kogan Page Publication Date: 192 pages Length: October 2018 A 2015 survey by Ernst & Young shows that 25 per cent o… read

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