PLAYLIST: My Ode to Women Everywhere #IWD2018

Happy International Women’s Day, lovely women of the world. This day applauds women for the contributions they make to every sphere of life. I’ve curated a playlist of music to celebrate sisterhood, hustle, self-love and the general magic of women’s existence. Hope you enjoy it and carry the celebratory and introspective spirit of this day to

This Month in Music (January 2018) ft. Jaden Smith, Jorja Smith and Jidenna

Nairobi, Kenya January is coming to a close- thank God! Here’s what I’ve been listening to all of this month. Enjoy! Track List Let Me Down- Jorja Smith ft. Stormzy Fast Car- Tracy Chapman Naked- James Arthur Rehab- Rihanna ft. Justin Timberlake Boomerang- Jidenna George Jeff- Jaden Smith Run Me Dry- Bryson Tiller Said- Nasty

The 25th Hour

I was really keen to improve on my reading habits last year. As a student, I rarely read leisurely because I associated it with academic pressure. I tried to get as far away as possible from books in my spare time. Time outside my studies would be spent engaging with people, exercising or watching shows.

Good Writing

Happy New Year, friends! I’m feeling very happy and relaxed. I had a really good December. And I left 2017 feeling light but grounded. You want to relieve yourself of the burdens that make the journey ahead heavy while still staying rooted in the things that give you clarity and a sense of direction. I’m

This Month in Music (December 2017)- ft. Simi, SZA and Stormzy

Limuru, Kenya A playlist from the last couple of months to close the year! Enjoy! Track List Joromi- Simi Thanks 4 Nothing- Nilufer Yanya (A Colors Show) Suzie Noma- Muthoni Drummer Queen Turn Me Good- Wyclef Jean Midnight- DJ Maphorisa ft. DJ Tira, Busiswa and Moonchild Sanelly You Sang To Me- Marc Anthony Love of

Before We Close

We’re wrapping up 2017 and what a year it’s been! My year has been guided by a deep desire to explore and expand. I’ve been excited to learn about areas not typically within my purview- Kenya’s problematic conservation principles, emergency healthcare courtesy of the film 18 Hours and lots of new music (which I’ve been