Cancel Culture

The other day, a friend of mine forwarded a viral video of a teenager who was canceled. I remember thinking, is this still a thing? Cancel culture initially began as a noble action- accountability. However, this has snowballed into reckless behavior. We cancel anyone and anything. Everyone is fair game for cancellation. It has become a […]

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Happy Blog-anniversary!

I am celebrating a huge milestone on my platform! 10 years of blogging! I am super excited! Blogging has always been a passion and not a “trendy” thing for me. I started blogging when I was a teenager. My first platform was Yahoo 360 and I would go to a cyber cafe in Kenya to […]

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Back!

Hello! I’m officially back after my 1-year sabbatical! The sabbatical was much needed as I needed to reboot and re-purpose my blog. When I started blogging on WordPress almost nine years ago, I was young and I honestly rushed into picking a name for my blog. I also wasn’t serious about the content or frequency […]

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1 Year Blog Sabbatical

My early childhood memories have always revolved around old-fashioned writing/journaling. In 2005, I transitioned to blogging using the Yahoo 360 platform. FACT: I have always been a lazy blogger…blogging when I feel like it. In fall of 2017, I started my masters and interviewed to become a student blogger. Out of the eighty students who […]

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RESISTANCE- Our invisible foe

There is an intangible force, an invisible foe that is with us. It knows our every move, our every desire our every dream. It seeks to stop us in our tracks and encourages us to embrace the norm, to be in love with complacency. Who is this arch enemy? Well, it doesn’t have a name […]

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Chicken Caesar wrap with a side of COURAGE!

I love to smile; it’s just the love of God that radiates from the inside out. It is infectious! Well, this smile went a long way this Friday. It has been sending mixed signals to a certain someone… Last Friday I could not stop thinking about the chicken Caesar wrap that this traditional deli sells. […]

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Chauvinism is not dead

chau·vin·ism noun \ˈshō-və-ˌni-zəm\ : an attitude that the members of your own sex are always better than those of the opposite sex I was born into a very traditional tribe in Kenya. All I remember is growing up in an atmosphere of rules and “do’s and don’ts”. There was food that we could not eat although […]

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