put an end to domestic violence

Put an end to domestic violence

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I remember this one time; my friend and I were talking to some guy who was telling us his version of how to take care of a woman. It started off quite well, he told us how a man should treat a woman with kindness, offer gifts every so often. How it is important to keep a woman happy for in return she will keep him happy, then he adds, but when she does wrong you need to discipline her so that she does not repeat it.  Continue reading “Put an end to domestic violence”

The ugly truth about adulthood

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Having done this adulthood thing for a few years, I think it’s a scam. As children, we couldn’t grow up fast enough. We had this idea that once we grew up, everything we wanted would be ours for the taking. No more bedtimes, curfews, not being bought what you want, school. Childhood looked so oppressive but in hindsight was it really? Do you ever just look back and think,”wow! I had it good” Continue reading “The ugly truth about adulthood”

5 Awesome Things You Can Learn From Tiffany Haddish.

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I first saw Tiffany Haddish on The Carmichael Show but it wasn’t until I saw her on an entrance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert that she really stood out. She’s was so full of energy and confidence and I was in awe. From then on I have been lowkey obsessed and she hasn’t disappointed me yet. Everyone loved her on the “Girls Trip – the movie”, her comedy special was bomb too. I am currently reading, The Black Unicorn and I can’t stop laughing. You almost read it the way she speaks. Continue reading “5 Awesome Things You Can Learn From Tiffany Haddish.”

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Living in Nairobi is not for the faint-hearted

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Living or should I say surviving in Nairobi is not for the faint-hearted. Nairobi and Kenya, in general, is extremely expensive. Yet the cost just keeps going higher!!! Sadly, most of our income does not increase at the same rate as our expenses do. Most Nairobians have formal employment and side hustles and still struggle to make ends meet. Continue reading “Living in Nairobi is not for the faint-hearted”