I haven’t been home in quite a while so writing this post is about to make me crave everything on this list! Food is a very big part of culture. This week is all about Fashion and Culture and so today, I decided to share some of my favourite Zambian dishes with you.Continue reading “5 Traditional Foods You MUST Try in Zambia”
Hey guys! After yesterday’s post, I decided to share some ideas on how to make money as a student. Feel free to add more in the comments below!Continue reading “5 Creative Ways Students Can Make Money”
Hey everyone! It has been slightly over a year since I started learning online and using my laptop/phone for practically everything. Malaysia is in its third lock down. I don’t see these online classes ending any time soon. I’m sure I will have graduated before physical classes become a thing again. However, I am definitely used to it now so I can’t complain about it as much as I did the last time I wrote about learning online.Continue reading “6 Things I’ve Come to Realize Through Online Meetings”
Hey everyone! As of the day of publication of this post, Zambia is officially 61 days away from the 12th August, 2021 general elections.Continue reading “Zambian politics: The Constitutional Debate”
**TRIGGER WARNING** This article contains mention of sexual abuse.
Hey guys! We made it to week 2 of the Afrobloggers Winter Blogging Challenge. The theme for this week is “Advocacy Week”. For the next 5 days, I will take time to share with you guys my stance and to show support for some causes I’m passionate about. I’ll start with speaking against sexual abuse.
Sometime last year, in June to be specific, some sexual abuse survivors took to social media to share their stories. One thing that somehow stood out to me, in the ocean of survivor stories, was the little island of people who just realised, by reading other people’s stories, that they too had been sexually abused or harassed. A good number of them by their friends.Continue reading “It Turns Out It Was Abuse”