Author: Ann Wambui

Being the newbie blows. The first few weeks are not only draining but also exhausting. New people and culture to assimilate prove difficult particularly while still striving to learn exactly what the job description there is. It is ridiculous because trust, even the askari will take a nudge at you. The vulnerability that is wrapped […]

Having friends over is one of the cutest ways of spending time with loved ones. Be it, a partner, family a colleague maybe?? The chilled night ins, endless vulnerable conversations and just having them in your space is one of the very many ways of creating remarkable memories. However as much as you are casual […]

In our twenties, half of our lives revolve around our hustle. Especially in today’s society where our social standing speaks millions even before we open our mouths. The pressure to get a job, move out and earn a sizable amount of cash is usually at its peak. Days seem long and nights even longer as […]

Working from home can be snug. The endless distractions and the crippling laziness that comes with it makes it even worse. For most, it is not a choice rather a misfortune that has befallen us, especially after graduating ha-ha. It sure can leave you very frustrated with work piling up due to procrastination or hitting […]

There is nothing more thrilling than landing your first paying job. Oh, the bliss, own desk personalized with a cute coffee mug and office stationery just as you envisioned it on Pinterest. Cute IT guy ha-ha, new besties and the Crème Della crème, the mullah. Quick forward, a couple of months in and just like […]

A typical weekend vibe for a fresh graduate yet to start work would classically go a little like this. Yaay! It’s Friday! Plan, ice cream date after dropping the last CV with friends. Maybe skip a gig and instead smartly spree the money accumulated from the daily transport allowance given, to buy one or two […]

Hi guys and happy New Year! It’s end-January and I was plainly forced out of moms to get back to campus. The state of my sq was a shock! I have no idea why I left the place in such a mess like I was never coming back. So to make the place feel homey […]

Watching that sit down a few weeks ago made me quite sad. The president, “prolific journalists” and baseless questions. All I saw was four guys fixed up with questions on topics that have been making headlines all year round only to get clear articulate answers from the president. You could tell they were defeated by […]

Festive seasons are dotted by very familiar paraphernalia. For instance, there’s food. (Long pause) Yes, not just normal food. Where I’m from, we are speaking chapatti, nyama choma, mbuzi fry, there’s also pilau and the infamous minji stew with lots of soup and waru! Planned vacations are also top of the list. People want to […]

I was in a jav a couple of days ago exhausted… and frustrated. Mpesa had jammed for over three hours and that completely paralyzed my planned out self-date. So there I was, down five feet from cloud nine with no money. I get into the jav and the matt driver is already chatty with me. […]


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