• We Can Coexist Peacefully in Sexual and Racial Diversity | Day 24/30

    The year is 2019 but the gatekeepers of human sexuality are still lurking around. Their daily routine seems easy. Wake up, bark anti-gay orders, express disdain for LGBTQIA to anyone who cares to listen, furiously question why rainbow colours were…

    9 Lesser-Known Facts about Kenya | Day 23/30

    One more prompt about my country and I might just…  Full disclosure, I was to skip today’s prompt which felt like the dreaded day 10 prompt. But I rolled up my sleeves last minute like the typical Kenyan that I…

    Spreading Mental Health Awareness to Households | Day 22/30

    Mental Health Awareness is now making inroads a lot more online. I’m grateful to see elements of Mental Health discussed at length on our timelines and in forums to help curb the ongoing stigma, misconception and socio-cultural prohibitions, and to…

    Reading Roundup: On the Contrary… | Day 21/30

    We live in a filter bubble aided by algorithms that customize our online experiences to only access or encounter information and opinions that conform to and reinforce our own beliefs.  Enter the contrarian.   →The free thinker who is not averse…

    5 Books You Should Read in 2019 | Day 20/30

    I’m assuming you are here because you’re actively developing a reading culture and wouldn’t mind another bookish post to explore or you’re trying to come out of the throes of a massive reading rut.  How many books have you read…

    10 African Traditions and Cultures that should be abolished | Day 19/30

    We are still rich in culture and surrounded by traditions we could live by, adopt or learn from especially the ones time-tested to work, that promote good values, freedoms, mutual respect and peace. In the same breath, there is also…

    The Diverse, Unique and Peculiar Kenyan Culture | Day 18/30

    The Kenyan identity is mostly chosen for us right before birth. Once brought into the world,  we get to make our own decisions, redefine our values, beliefs and cultures. Whenever people talk about the authentic Kenyan culture or experience, it’s…


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