This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

October 23rd is Slap Your Annoying Co-worker Day. Lol. For real though. I came upon this “fact” last year when working on my content calendar and absolutely geeked out when I realised it will be on a Wednesday because niko na story. Before I get into the post I would like to categorically state that … Continue reading This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

Guest Post – Miriam Mwihaki Ndirangu

October, yet another month of breast cancer awareness, marked in countries across the world with the aim of increasing attention and support for awareness, early diagnosis, and treatment as well as palliative care for women and men facing this disease. Statistics have it that in every 8 women, 1 will be diagnosed with breast cancer. … Continue reading Guest Post – Miriam Mwihaki Ndirangu

Guest Post – Shey Kibuchi

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month Being a woman your likes, dislikes and perspectives undoubtedly change over time—and, though we may not realize all the ways, so does our body. Understanding how the stages of your life affect you can help you understand how to adjust your wellness routine as you age. Likewise, it can … Continue reading Guest Post – Shey Kibuchi

Q Is For Queens

Urban Dictionary defines a Queen as a beautiful girl who doesn't take disrespect from nobody! She's smart and does what she wants when she wants. She doesn't let nobody bully her and kicks ass! For today’s post I am highlighting 13 Queens, both local and international, who inspire me with their take-no-prisoners approach to everything … Continue reading Q Is For Queens

P Is For Pop Culture

According to ThoughtCo, popular culture, commonly known as pop culture, is defined as the accumulation of cultural products such as music, art, literature, fashion, dance, film, cyberculture, television and radio that are consumed by the majority of a society's population. I am an Oreo AF. That is, I am black on the outside and white on … Continue reading P Is For Pop Culture