Me – I Don’t Listen!

Listen, I don't listen! I read a post from a Kenyan man on twitter some time ago that said, "women love watching movies with subtitles because they don't listen." I took it literally. Me I don't listen. And don't come here telling me that I said you shouldn't use 'me' and 'I' together in a … Continue reading Me – I Don’t Listen!


Out To Uncover My Boaz

It's a new dawn "…I found total happiness in your smileI can't hurt you, haina faida for gown white ya snow ikifagia floor…" King Kaka Weeh! Si mtu tu aniandikie such words mahali.Yani I'm so ready for someone's son to sugarcoat some mere words ndo tu nijue if my heart is still working. I have … Continue reading Out To Uncover My Boaz

Monday Bluez – Beat Them From Here.

Close your eyes and just breath I'm a fan of gengetone."Huh?""Yeah."Not that it tickles me as much as Bongo flava.And neither do I love them like I love hot lemon. I'm that fan with contrasting expressions from verse to verse. But I love creative art; I'm an ardent lover of deep poetry, like that of … Continue reading Monday Bluez – Beat Them From Here.

Maisha ya Nairobi – Part III

Hey people! It's been a day yeah? Haha, I know it's been sometime. Sorry for the silence. You know, it's advisable to recharge and that's precisely what I was doing while I was away. I trust y'all have been well. You have, yes? Okay, I don't know why I never posted this earlier, so do … Continue reading Maisha ya Nairobi – Part III

Am Saying, Shame On You Bully!

Google says cyber bullying is the act of harassing someone online by sending or posting mean and or embarrassing messages. Whenever I thought of cyber bullying, I always had teenagers in mind. Like, it's a game played by insecure adolescent boys and girls. Turns out I was wrong. It recently happened to me. The traumatic … Continue reading Am Saying, Shame On You Bully!

Twenty Five Affairs

Am aware I had made a commitment to make a post every Tuesday. Am also fully aware I failed to do so last week. Well, there's a good reason I should say. I wanted to post about my 25th Birthday experience and since I had two consecutive weeks of celebration, I figured it would be … Continue reading Twenty Five Affairs

How to Get Over a Breakup Like a Superwoman

Whether you have premeditated a separation or you've been ruthlessly dumped from left field, a breakup burns. Not the hot-coffee kinda burn, not the frying oil either. It's the explosive tankers in Vin Diesel movies kind of fierce furnace. The amount of collateral damage left behind, no insurance company can ever make up. The heart … Continue reading How to Get Over a Breakup Like a Superwoman

Honesty is Broke – Lies are the New Truths

English taught us that 'Honesty is the best policy'. I want to believe she meant that you should always tell the truth, even when it seems as if it would be useful to tell a lie. Hmm! Then CRE came and said that honesty is a virtue. That's not all, she further went ahead to … Continue reading Honesty is Broke – Lies are the New Truths

Time Changes Everything – My Two Cents

"Time changes everything." I got this three-word statement from a song written by Tommy Duncan. The lyrics tell of a failed romance and of the hurt that has healed. Each verse ends with: "... time changes everything." I thought to myself, what and or who is this 'Time' that changes everything, and what in exact … Continue reading Time Changes Everything – My Two Cents

The Miss Mutuini Beauty Pageant -Wanjiru Kariuki

We are in that generation where women are not just embracing revolution, but also taking femininity to the next level. I, JennyShiqu~thewriter, am a feminist. I am a woman's advocate anytime anywhere. However, I always add that am also an anti-feminist. Some hardly understand how I can be both at the same time, yet they … Continue reading The Miss Mutuini Beauty Pageant -Wanjiru Kariuki

My Dream Is This – Come That Day…

For the last two weeks, I have been reading the book, Father, Dear Father. It is the story of the life of Woodrow Wyatt (was a British Politician) authored by his daughter Petronella Wyatt. My highlights on Woodrow's life are his failures and constant persistence. In fact, even in his failures, he regarded all those … Continue reading My Dream Is This – Come That Day…