November 1, 2017

I’m Back….

And I’m not sure for how long because of the way the rest of this month is set up. November, as you may or may not know, hosts the annual National Novel Writing Month. I have […]
July 9, 2016

An Afternoon In Mombasa.

In my experience most stop-overs could last for hours at a time, frustrating travellers and business people alike. If you’re making a connection via a new city this could be the perfect opportunity for you to […]
July 8, 2016

In The Drivers Seat.

The low purr of the engine is smooth and steady as I grip the steering wheel. This is the final hurdle to getting that elusive drivers licence in my hands. I have done tests before though […]
March 8, 2016

Book Review| Favourite February Reads.

A newish month is upon us. We’re almost done with the first quarter of the year. My mind wanders from time to time marveling at how fast time flies by when you’re having such a good […]

Other Stuff I Wrote

September 1, 2016

On Religion And Grey Areas.

My earliest memories of church were quite eventful, some nice and some not. We had a clunky, small, white Toyota which used to get to church all the way in Rongai before it became the developed […]
July 5, 2016

Book Review | Outliers, The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell

I took too long to write this review. I had talked about this book in my favourite february reads and figured that once I had gotten into some kind of groove I’d post it. I had also been […]
July 1, 2016

Lord Egerton Castle, Nakuru

Maurice got dumped. I imagine Katrina*, his girlfriend, walked around tossing her brunette curls over her shoulder as she eyed the house he had built her. He called it a castle. A castle? Was he kidding? […]
June 28, 2016

Film Review| Eye In The Sky

This war thriller is set predominantly in Eastleigh, a suburb in Nairobi, Kenya. Ok, I should just say that most of the action happens there anyways. Hellen Mirren who plays Colonel Katherine Powell a military officer […]

May 11, 2017

Six (snappy) Book Reviews.

Her quips are hilarious and brutally honest. It was an easy read and I didn’t understand what she was on about, so I googled her blog and figured out where the side-eye judging business originates from.
October 25, 2016

Refusing To Be Average.

Esther Kinuthia is an energetic and motivated leader who practices the mantra challenging the youth to “refuse to be average.” The twenty four year-old who says family is her greatest influence, has gone on to rack up […]
August 10, 2016

Book Review | Two Women, Two Books, One Review.

You will notice almost immediately that her writing style is quite similar to the shows that she produces. In her book The Year of Yes: How To Dance It Out, Stand In The Sun and Be […]
August 8, 2016

Why Stats Make Me Cry

Because this is a sobby post, I’ll let you in on why the title of this blog post is so dramatic. I’ve been preparing to write my exams this Monday on Advanced Statistics for Social Sciences. […]