BTS Series;Intersecting Your Mental and Reproductive Health-Dr.Pat

PinkTober is here and I am ecstatic to share on the intersection between your mental and reproductive health. Happy birthday Uganda! It was Independence day on 9th which was followed by International Mental Health Day on 10th. Not forgetting that 11th was the International Day of the Girl Child! How dope! If you're new here, ...

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BTS Series-Unboxing Twisted Politics of Dreadlocks.

PinkTober is here and I am ecstatic to share on the twisted politics of dreadlocks. Considering how our black hair is always politicized; intentionally or not. If you're new here we're doing a blog series dubbed  (BTS)Bold type Series. It looks at women who dare to challenge the status quo and continue to thrive on ...

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BTS Series- Nappily Ever After

Today, I am more than ecstatic to review Nappily Ever After from the perspective of  Violet Jones,(acted by Sanaa Lathan). It was adapted from the book by Trisha Thomas. If you're new here we're doing a blog series dubbed  (BTS)Bold type Series. It looks at women who dare to challenge the status quo and continue to thrive on ...

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BTS Series!Journey with Alopecia-Fiona Kemi

Today, I am ecstatic to have Fiona Kemigisha, who is sharing about her journey with Alopecia. If you're new here we're doing a blog series dubbed  (BTS)Bold type Series. It looks at women who dare to challenge the status quo and continue to thrive on challenges. In the spirit of September being Alopecia Awareness month, I  am ...

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BTS Series!Brainy,Bold & Beautiful-Ijeoma Kola

Today, I am ecstatic to have my fave Girl Boss, Ijeoma Kola,  who is sharing about being Brainy, Bold & Beautiful. This is a continuation of the new blog series dubbed  (BTS)Bold type Series. It looks at women who dare to challenge the status quo and continue to thrive on challenges. I am still pretty excited to ...

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BTS! Suicide ,Depression & Anxiety-Jaaziyah Satar

Today, I am particularly honored to have a Fellow Stratizen, Jaaziyah Satar who is sharing about Suicide, Depression & Anxiety. She is kickstarting us off a new series dubbed  (BTS)Bold type Series. This looks at women boldly sharing their stories on pertinent issues plaguing our millennial world. 1. Apart from being a recently published author, what else ...

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Men changing the Hair Game -Mugabi Byenkya

Happy new month loves! We are still having the conversation on men changing the hair game. Do you remember Mugabi Byenkya, whose book we reviewed here? What an honor to have him here to delve further in this conversation. 1. Tell us who Mugabi Byenkya is among the men changing the hair game?  I was born in Nigeria ...

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Men changing the hair Game- Hair by Zzwiwa

Guys, let's talk about one of the men changing the hair game. Shall we? By the way, this is not only in Uganda but in East Africa. The entire continent should watch the space soon. I am hoping the suspense thing could have worked except the title gives it away. Look at you going back to read the ...

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Book Review: No Place To Call Home

Have you been considering adding JJ'Bola's No place to call home to your TBR List? Have you been waiting for a review on it? Yes, No, Maybe! Let's get into this review of no place to call home. “No matter how dark it gets through the night, the sun will rise’’-JJ Bola. I couldn’t agree more with ...

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Mid-year Review

  Happy new month Loves! A Mid-year review is in order. I will explain why in just a bit. If you are new here, this series was formerly known as Keepsakes and memories.  I switched things up a bit by using keywords. For example, a post on the account of  June is a mid-year review. This post ...

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