Life in Kenya seems to be returning back to "normal". Well, apart from homeschooling-working parents who are juggling many priorities and the obvious 9 pm curfew. With current events, I am seeking refuge in my beliefs, art and creativity. Lately, I have been spending my IG screentime on Morgan Harper Nichols page. I … Continue reading Coming Up for Air
Having paid attention to US news and content over the last couple of days on the back of the pandemic and the racism in China, I feel like the world was burning. It got me thinking about police brutality, privilege and the many -isms that we deal with daily in Kenya. For my own mental … Continue reading Getting through the Messy Middle Pt.2
Photo by Stephanie LeBlanc on Unsplash I have always had a love-hate relationship with the French language. I was privileged to access lessons from a young age but something always got in the way. For example, in high school when we had to pick subjects in Form 1, I had to drop out of the French class because … Continue reading Learning French in Self-Isolation+Resources
The current COVID 19 pandemic has most of us hunkering down in our homes, information overload is creeping upon us. While breaking away from the news cycle is necessary, the lists upon lists of what to do read, cook, watch , order may not as helpful...