In June this year, during the Afrobloggers Winter Blogging Challenge, I wrote briefly about a constitutional debate that was going on in Zambia and also mentioned that Zambia will be having elections on the 12th of August. Today is the 16th August, 2021 and voting day is well behind us.
Before my excitement for election season dies out, I decided to write this and share a few things I found interesting during this whole period from campaigning until today so please stick with me.
Continue reading “The Youth Vote: A Review of Zambia’s 2021 General Elections”
Hey everyone. May was mental health awareness month and I shared two posts about mental health. At the end of the second post, I mentioned I would be back to write about Toxic Handlers. I figured now is a good time to do this and so today, I will be advocating for Mental Health.
Continue reading “Toxic Handlers: Looking After Your Well-being”
Hey everyone! Happy New Month! I hope May will be very kind to us. May is also Mental Health Awareness month. I hope we all remember to look after our mental health too.
Welcome to this week’s post. Months ago, I promised I would update you on blogs/projects I was working on with other bloggers. They have been out for months and I forgot to share them on my blog so I’m here to do that now!
Continue reading “My First Blog Collaborations”
Hey everyone! Welcome to this week’s post. In this post, I’ll be writing about something I’ve been thinking about a lot and something I have fallen prey to and still do. Social media.
Continue reading “Social Media Standards of Success and Growth”
Hey everyone! I hope you are all doing well and your week is off to a good start! This is the third week of the Women’s Month Series and I’m so happy with the last two posts so if you haven’t seen them, make sure you do!
This week, I decided to have a question and answer session. However, instead of me answering them, I decided to bring along and introduce you to two extremely lovely and talented people, Bolaji Gelax and Delyse Gimani. A little background? Sure.
Continue reading “Women’s Month Series Q+A with Bolaji Gelax and Delyse Gimani”