What July taught me๐ŸŒผ

Heya beautiful people. How you doing? I know it’s been forever since I last checked on you but I’m back. For starters, happy new month๐ŸŒผ. I hope last month brought something amazing to your life, and if it didn’t, praying this month gives you a chance at growth and many more beautiful experiences. In theContinue reading “What July taught me๐ŸŒผ”

Takeaways On Grief And Loss โ€“ Teakisi

Grief is the most terrifying thing to happen to mankind. Its a time you cannot explain to anyone,and not even thrones you love most can understand this. I wrote about grief and loss at Teakisi. Please check it out in the link below. https://teakisi.com/takeaways-on-grief-and-loss/ What are some of the lessons you’ve learned from grief andContinue reading “Takeaways On Grief And Loss โ€“ Teakisi”

Story telling Week: The bitter-sweet end

Today we’re doing the final lap of WABC2021, honestly thank you for keeping us occupied, I don’t know how exactly the month has been for others but definitely has been amazing reading from everyone and learning something new every day. A beautiful challenge to show each one of us that we have the ability toContinue reading “Story telling Week: The bitter-sweet end”

STORY TELLING WEEK: Of the many things left unsaid.

Day 21/22. It’s beautiful to still be able to write something. I shared a piece of Lost Mate, which you can check here, https://wp.me/pb2gb2-cU there’s surely nothing deeper than honesty. Atleast I wrote this one with a lot of raw honesty, I’m not even sure I can continue it here but what is WABC about?Continue reading “STORY TELLING WEEK: Of the many things left unsaid.”


It’s day 20/22 of the WABC 2021๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒYou people I’m glad, excited, everything good, like I can’t believe I made it this far, thank you Afrobloggers for such a beautiful experience. This is story telling week and honestly, it just reminded me of Jennifer Makumbi’s let’s tell this story properly, like she really told the stories,Continue reading “STORY TELLING WEEK:”

Culture and Fashion Week: My day’s experience.

Hey blog fam. Mugyebaleko byonna byemutusako engalo๐Ÿค— literally meaning, well done for all the things your hands have been able to touch and do. I’m pretty sure you’ll will have learnt something from my language, Luganda. Day 18, I’d like to buy share with you something about the Kukyala I attended yesterday. Kukyala is basicallyContinue reading “Culture and Fashion Week: My day’s experience.”

Fashion and Culture Week: My takeaways.

This week has definitely been an amazing one because we got to learn so much about different cultures and their ways of lifestyle. We also learnt a couple of things from the fashion industry. I therefore wish to summarize a few of those I surely remember. 1. Culture is our identity. It defines us andContinue reading “Fashion and Culture Week: My takeaways.”

CULTURE AND FASHION WEEK: Tips to consider while shopping clothes.

Day 17/22 of the WABC 2021, I’m just trying to think about what to write. It’s been a long week here, but I hope you all are doing great. I’ve lagged so behind this week, I’m infact embarrassed. Dressing up and showing up for whatever you’re going for is key. Choosing clothes that are comfortableContinue reading “CULTURE AND FASHION WEEK: Tips to consider while shopping clothes.”


Day 16/22 here I come๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚atleast that’s a popular saying if you’re coming with ‘fire’ which I’m not sure I’m coming with but regardless I’ll write. Marriage is a subject that we usually find amazing to talk about because most of us have hope that one day, we’ll walk down the aisle with the people weContinue reading “CULTURE AND FASHION WEEK: CULTURE AND MARRIAGE.”

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