The thing about debt…

As a finance major, I appreciate debt financing  and how it has grown over the years. But I am not a professor and I surely do not want to bore you with information you can freely find on the internet. So why am I here talking about debt? (image from Google) Well, just last week, a newspaper…

The Future of African Beauty

Originally posted on Wolf + Moroko:
Currently in Africa, the personal care and beauty markets are some of the fastest growing. Companies like Estée Lauder, Unilever and L’Oreal, have heavily invested in the continent, creating new product ranges to capture the expanding middle classes. As a beauty blogger, looking at the industry, I’ve noticed some developments. I love how women…

A wise man once said…

….Life is easy, why do we make it so hard?- Jon Jondai, a farmer from Northeastern Thailand. Over the past few weeks I have been watching reactions to so many things on social media that got me thinking? Have we any power left?  I mean- do we really have the power to decide our next course…

Qwela Junction; The Crooners

#np Juuzi- Steve Keys I was on my way to college when I grew a sudden interest in authentic African music. Don’t get me wrong- I still appreciate a video with more Moschino belts than Moschino has probably produced, words strung together making absolutely no sense and the exciting beats that upbeat urban and western music…

Millet muffin recipe

I will pass on the recipe because I loved these muffins that much as you can see here. Chef Alfred from Dancing Cup was nice enough to share the recipe for those who love baking at home and as you know, I am all for quick meals, like this one that’s about 30 minutes so here goes….

Just for the health of it…

B.K.S Iyengar once said, “The Body is your temple. Keep it pure and clean for the soul to reside in”. We have to acknowledge the fact that sometimes lifestyle changes as we progress along with the rest of the world may not always be a good thing. Like how our palates love anything with high…