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It’s been nice.

Day 22 and the Winter Afroblogger challenge has come to a close. I am glad I was able to participate in the challenge. Though I had to balance with work and everything else, I am proud of putting myself out there. I am quite shy and very protective of my content (fear and defensive) but …

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Groove!

Today is day 19 and we are sharing our favourite songs and why we love them. They are actually more than 5, hope I can get away with it. 1. Samthing Soweto I know I am only suppose to list a song, but this guy has a couple of songs that have me groove. AmaDMs, …

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The Liebester Award

I am so grateful to have been nominated for this award by HeyAnci. I think this is my first time ever as a blogger being nominated for an award. Please be sure to follow her blog here, she is very wise, consistent and supportive. Rules from HeyAnci Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide …

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Road to Healing

Today is day 16 of the Winter Afroblogger Challenge and the topic is on healing. This is a topic that a lot have experienced and are still experiencing. I wrote a piece a while ago here on healing and hoping for better. Happy reading. Until tomorrow!

Taboos and Culture.

(Image from Pinterest) Today is day 15 and our topic is about one cultural aspect from my home country or community. Zimbabwe is a landlocked African country situated on the south of Africa. It has a population of roughly 14 million people, has 16 languages and about 7 religions. Although Christianity being the main religion …

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5 Shona Proverbs..

(Pic cred: Me, via Canva) Today is day 11 and the topic is about 5 proverbs in my native language and what they mean. I am Zimbabwean and of the Shona culture, proverbs are usually used to warn or guide friends and family. I will share some of the proverbs I have heard and have …

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