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Dear millennials; the struggle is worth it

There is always light at the end of the tunnel I recently hit a thousand followers on Twitter after more than three months of so much dedication and focus. I never realised so much work was needed just to have people follow you. Twitter Screenshot On the other hand, there are people who are born … Continue reading Dear millennials; the struggle is worth it

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Let’s give these men some tips

For me, I get bored fast; very fast. Within ten minutes of texting, I can tell whether your calls go to voice mail and your texts get blue ticked or,, we talk and chat to the wee hours of the morning.

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Running away from the city amidst COVID-19 and curfew

Soon all the passengers were ganging up against the driver and conductor while they retorted that we should have travelled earlier.

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Everyone should be a feminist by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

"We teach boys to be afraid of fear, of weakness, of vulnerability. We teach them to mask their true selves "

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Stuck up suit by Penelope Ward

"He was like a lion- the type of species best admired from a far where by any actual contact could lead to irreparable harm"

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Escape the culture of tarmacking

The ultimate Kenyan dream of: go to school, get good grades, graduate then you'll get a good job is a total fraud!

Do you wanna be a Blogster? Cause I do

Frustrated writerSource: Photo by Oladimeji Ajegbile It sounds like a dream for a newbie who has only been in the blogging art for less than four months but well, a newbie can dream. Especially because of the passion that burns inside, the passion to write and share my world to all that care to read. … Continue reading Do you wanna be a Blogster? Cause I do

I found love in a keyboard/pen and paper

I somehow thought that blogging would be easy. You know, just posting an article several days in a week and that's it. Well, I have never had to work for something this hard. From coming up with content to customizing themes - its a lot

Can you see? Can you smile?

Photo by; Lucxama Sylvania Can you see beyondBeyond the horizon and the skyBeyond the mountains and valleysBeyond the guilt and the painBeyond the anger and the resentmentCan you see? photo by; Mateus Souza Can you see throughThrough the tears that blur your visionThrough the pain that strangles your chestThrough the heart break that crashes your … Continue reading Can you see? Can you smile?

From contempt for men to feminism

Caption: Annclaire in college Photo by: Annclaire My parents gave me the best education they could afford. They were very keen on me and challenged me to perform my best at school. Never did being a girl hinder me from acquiring what I needed growing up alongside my three brothers. However, they were very strict … Continue reading From contempt for men to feminism

Casual Sexism – I’ve Had Enough of It! — The Melodramatic Bookworm

Note: this is a shared blog from another blogger — The Melodramatic Bookworm The world is patriarchal. There’s no doubt about it. Someone long ago – a man, perhaps – thought he was the greatest living being to be brought into the world and that women were made to follow and obey a man, even … Continue reading Casual Sexism – I’ve Had Enough of It! — The Melodramatic Bookworm

Double standards when it comes to gender

The eighth commandment clearly states, "Do not commit adultery" not "Wives, do not commit adultery"

Political leaders went silent when covid-19 attacked

The deputy president, 'the hustler', is no where to be seen as his fellow hustlers starve literally and economically.