Posted in Heart matters, home, Motherhood/ Parenting
Tagged Africa, Africa's a Country, bible god, Bible Study, cooking, gardens, grandparents, ice cream, ice cream maker, marria, North Korea, parenting, Quinoa, race, racism, recipe, technology, The Confidence Gap
Where are you going. You cannot leave with so many pieces of me still inside you. How will I ever put myself back together again.
Posted in books, Heart matters, home, life, marriage, Motherhood/ Parenting, working
Tagged belief, faith, Heart matters, Kenyan elections, motherhood, parenting, Podcasts, recipes, recommendations, Sunday Reads, technology, travel, women at work
The state of ignorance towards popular internet memes; the description of a person who does not recognise 90% of internet jokes. origins: internet + naive
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Tagged America, Behold the Dreamers, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Imbolo Mbue, lunch at work, marriage, OPW, recipes, salads, short stories, Sunday Reads, technology, Urban dictionary, words we need
Posted in home, life, school, working
Tagged Africa, Angela Merkel, drinks, entrepreneurship, Get Out, Kalushi, Kenya, motherhood, Movies, Nigeria, parenting, recipes, Rwanda, technology, war
Tomorrow is a Public Holiday in South Africa so snuggle in and read up!
- Is the World Bank becoming obsolete? I certainly hope not!
- ‘Sexiness’ isn’t one of the main qualities that a girl needs to make it in a tough and competitive world, in my opinion. And if she is trading on that, then you’ve got a problem.” More here
- Who doesn’t like to look at beautiful food?
- Twelve types of peeps on Instagram (Aside: A close pal is on my bum to join and I.just.dont.feel.like)
- Looking for a whole week of recipes to make?
- I’d say this is a compulsion, but we all need something.
- In case you ever wanted to make your own tea blend
- Not so sure about this tech solution for the homeless. Not sour grapes, just not sure.
- I love reading about teachers using contemporary sources to get students to learn and really engage with the material.
- Because I just love Toni Morrison
- This is how to teach Maths.
- What a cool grannie!
- How much does stuff cost in your parts of the world?
- Crazy unintended consequences of the US’s Migration Policy.
- Was talking about this with a friend earlier this week.
Posted in home, life, school, working
Tagged Bringing up Girls, consequences, cooking, food, home, Instagram, life, motherhood, pricing, recipes, school, tea, teaching, technology, working, World Bank
It’s the Easter weekend, four long glorious days to reflect on what Christ did for us and to rejuvenate with our family and loved ones. Be safe and enjoy the links below:
- How to boost your baking experience
- Taking stock of your spices
- I can’t imagine this level of isolation or unquestioning belief. Not good or bad, just different.
- I love that me and the Mr are a trend
- On the idiocy of copying a foreign education system, just for the sake
- Asking your salary has become the new black. But it shouldn’t
- Preach on Chris Blattman
- African School of Economics – based in Cotonou, Benin and offering a Master in Mathematics, Economics and Statistics (MMES) and Master in Business Administration (MBA)
- How well do you know your neighbours?
- This is us/ our near future
- The only piece of advice I would give to people planning a wedding (oh! and thank God I never felt the post-wedding blues or the crash)
- I know of Sasha Grey from Entourage. You?
- So true! Foreign blacks are always prepared to indigenous Blacks
- Advice before you get started on your PhD
- Women in Kenya and the need for safe spaces (I totally have an intellectual crush on the writer!)
- On being a woman in Tehran (and staying)
Posted in design, Heart matters, marriage, working
Tagged Chris Blattman, cooking, design, education, faith, Heart matters, marriage, Nairobi, relationships, Sasha Grey, technology, Tehran, violence against women, working
I decided to keep a log of the articles I read today, whether good or bad.