I promised myself I'd be more regular with the writing but eh bana...I think I need to re strategize and find better ways to have that done. So today I received a couple of texts from acquaintances and it reminded me of a certain conversation I had with someone about texting. It is fun- texting in the … Continue reading (105) unread messages!
I feel like I have seen it all and I am now ready to start giving parental advice to anyone who needs it. I’m an aunt, I am on Twitter, and Instagram where mothers also open up accounts for their children with one tooth- something I find incredibly ridiculous. I followed Tiwa Savage’s son’s baby … Continue reading Abaana b’ennaku zino
Last night on BBC Africa, a discussion ensued between Wycliffe Sande, founder of Sandfield Travel, Zine Magubane, an associate professor of Sociology in Boston College and the show host following the self-serving nature of Voluntourism. Case in point- the lousy recount of a one, Louise Linton. Zine brought up something very important. Voluntourism makes us … Continue reading It’s got to be the water.
Hey guys, So this is going to be very quick. I am taking a little break from blogging. I am in the process of figuring out the content I'd like to share here which is quite the extensive process (I swear, this is a valid reason). I am also taking a break from life as … Continue reading A little sabbatical…
I have been on a mission to look for beautiful spots where you can go with friends have some wine and crack up to some Rebel Wilson jokes. Seriously, if you haven't watched How To Be Single, you haven't lived. Okay not that it is out of this world great, but if you're looking for a … Continue reading #KlaRestaurantWeek 1. Wild Orchid
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 … Continue reading The thing about debt…
“Only you can control your future.”- Dr. Seuss Source: The Future of African Beauty