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Of all of them, I would probably only want to visit Luanda and hopefully at someone else’s cost!
- Some of the narratives driving Kenya’s election.
- 17 strategies for the workplace.
- The place of the woman in the church: two similar views. One and Two.
- Stunning pictures of Ethiopia.
- Some amazing things to say to your dad
- On home and identity within Nigeria.
- You are better than you think you are.
- Wearing hair scarves.
- How many bible chapters do you know?
- Did you/did you not take your husbands surname? I didn’t/ haven’t.
- On praying for the salvation of lost family.
- I’ve been to one of these five cities.
- The terrible plight of women MPs in Kenya during the campaign period.
- .. and my earlier post on this situation here.
- Interested in the decolonisation of education taking place at the African Leadership University in Mauritius? Please also look at the comments, very insightful.
- Africa cannot continue to globalise like this.
- Great investigative work on this piece relating how refugees have become a commodity in and of themselves.
- Loved this article about divorce statistics in Kenya.
- So Nigeria has 371 tribes? Wowza
- Second book in my to-read list on contemporary Uganda and what it means to b e Ugandan. The first is the memoir Flame and Song.
- Matrescence: The process of becoming a mother.
- Photos are worth a thousand words. More photography.
- Guys, our childhood songs HAD a problem. Stay Woke!
- I have been struggling with negative thoughts recently.
- Some relationship advice for you. And you.
- Oh being asked this question in the fast few months after being married. EEEK!!
- YES to the mental load that women work with. If anyone asked me for marital advice: I would say ask him, make him a real partner even with the housework.
- Orange peel tea sangria.
- Thai tea ice cream.
- Cooking with chicken breasts.
- More grilled chicken recipes.
I quite enjoyed putting together the food-related Sunday Reads but this week I went back to the more generic content. Enjoy!!
- My sister recently asked about these food in a box services in Kenya. Any leads anyone?
- I love this Op-Ed on the Bruce Jenner story. As a Christian, struggling to figure out this whole business so I will stick to his initial name and gender.
- This makes genius business sense – buy the left over luggage and on-sell it. Wonder what happens in South Africa and Kenya or Uganda.
- Bringing beautiful Kiswahili sayings to the modern-day world. Nice!! Check out the artists’ tumblr here.
- Tried this recipe this week and how YUMMY!
- Loving these suggested titles to Rachel “I-Identify-As-Black” Dolezal’s possible memoir title.
- How many of these do you remember the before look?
- God really made us all so unique. Loving these pictures of these different cultures
- “Affordable” Weekend Gateaways in Cape Town. JUST!
- What would a similar experiment reveal for various African states?
- The benefits of being an ally to a working mom
- If you love beautiful pics and who doesn’t?
- If you ever wondered about the Porn industry in Japan. It’s a dog’s job but the article reveals so much of their society so do read.
- I actually thought that Pinterest was too cool for me. Good explanation of the changes.
- All I can do is wish these two a quick and speedy recovery, SMH!
- Cauliflower Barley Risotto
- Moroccan Carrot & Quinoa salad
- 20 beautiful pasta recipes
- For next time someone asks me about kids
- Babies in a Birkin Bag?? Yep! Seems its a thing!
- If you like weddings, or specifically, Nigerian Weddings that are a category in themself