A lot of us Africans know that our great-grandparents did not leave us a trust fund to be used when we turn 25 or some other fancy dream like that. Even when our parents die, few of us can claim an inheritance, especially the female children. In Shona custom, the male child is often the … Continue reading Non-material Inheritance
I have become that writer who only writes when they have free time. I used to be able to write even in the busiest of times, as a coping mechanism. My writing was an escape from the busyness of life and not something I would only do when I got time. In case you missed my … Continue reading Don’t let a busy life stop you from writing.
I got this idea of formatting a reflection of the month from a fellow blogger, Maria Nabatanzi. I thought it was a really cool concept and I modified it for this post. Please check out her original post "Taking Stock: September 2017" at http://happy2bflawed.blogspot.com. Below, you will find my September stock take...in other words...what I have … Continue reading What have I been up to in September?