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10 Sad Songs On My Playlist

Sometimes sadness hits you so bad. You wake up and feel like not opening the curtains, to allow the darkness in the room fully connect with the darkness within you. And all that is alright. Often times, when that happens, we look for comfort in songs that greatly connect with our emotions. To make it […]

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Ndirande: A Poem by Emmanuel Msamala

Ndirande My life begins and sums up a lot here A life of love and hardships Nested and raised in a quarantine Filled with glorious stories and adventures Painful endings filtered with solidarity As the orange sun trades path with the diluted moon But my city sleeps not Ndirande Am reminded of the pain The […]

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Introducing Lou’s Letter

Last month, I made a plan to introduce a newsletter. As I was making plans on it and just preparing the outlook, I realized that a newsletter was not really what I wanted to do, I actually wanted to send letters. One could say ‘I see no difference,’ but they are to me. Newsletters are […]

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My 2020 Blogging Goals

I hope you have started the year beautifully, with a smile on your face and plans of making life this year better. Speaking of plans, early in December, I started writing my plans for this year and most importantly about the blog. Like every blogger, I wish to grow. But I can’t achieve the growth […]

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A Wedding, Family Reunion And A Bad Trip

On Boxing day, I travelled to Nkhatabay for my cousin’s wedding, and the experience was nothing but intriguing. Let’s rewind to the 26th and how the whole trip starts. I was up by 5:15 am, the alarm did me a good job. I still hadn’t packed by that time and knew I had to gamble […]

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If You Ever Date Someone With Kids, Here Are 4 Crucial Things To Note

by Aida Mkandawire Dating world is tough, you often meet different kinds of stories with overwhelming stories and experiences. We all know that the art of dating is unpredictable, it just happens for other people and well for some its tragic experience which lender them hopeless. Anyways, today I have to talk about dating/starting a […]

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Louisa: An Interview With Myself

For the longest period, I have always wanted to conduct an interview with myself. I find it to be therapeutic, an easy way to express my thoughts to me while also sharing myself to all my readers. So today, I took some time to ask myself some questions and share my thoughts.

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