cornrows, natural hair

Natural Hair Chit Chat: How I Like My Hair.

I like my hair just like I do my ice cream, vanilla. It’s very typical of me and I couldn’t wait to drop that line someday. I am the kind of person that will rock one style just because I rocked it once and it worked for me, which (un)fortunately also makes me so predictable…


Part Two: Who’s this Millennial?

I think I started the ‘series’ way ahead of where I should have. That’s why I’ve been feeling so stuck and frustrated on how I’ll go about this job I’ve pleasantly placed upon myself. I will be on millennials this, millennials that, and I haven’t described who this millennial person is. So let’s go back to square one…



I’ve decided to do a post based on a one-word prompt, because writer’s block! Then I remember a certain author trashing the whole ‘writer’s block’ concept. I felt targeted, but appreciated the gesture in equal measure. It always seems like a perfect excuse to not challenge your mind and just let it laze in the comfort…

Expected Income, Kawi Snippets

Part One: What is Your Expected Income?

This is one of those questions I have battled with since day one of employment or rather interviews since that’s where it all starts. How do I know how much I am worth based on how much work I do or the impact I think my work will bring to a company? Is it 10 shillings…

Help, GiveAHand, Kawi Snippets

Everyone Needs A Helping Hand.

Never shy away from asking for help, because getting some help doesn’t mean that you’re weak, you’re incapable or that you can’t do it on your own. It just means that you’re acknowledging that in some instances, you can’t do it all and that’s why there are people around you – people with different capabilities…

Teenagehood, teenager, teens

Real Talk: In My Teens.

Putting religion aside (although it’s a part of who I am), I figured when you’re going through any kind of challenge, it helps to know who you are. To know what you’re capable of, to know the value you add to the world just by being you, to know what to believe in and to simply know that you’re on a journey and everything that happens, happens for a reason.