Aho hambere hahise… Ma grand-mère me l’a souvent dit, “umukobwa kera niwe yaja kuvoma no gusenya” et je doute fort que je sois la seule à avoir entendu dire “abagore nibo bajejwe ivyo mu rugo”. Au temps de nos grand parents, c’était indiscutable, les tâches ménagères étaient destinées aux femmes, pendant que les hommes, eux… Continue reading Umukenyezi: Tous Pour Son Indépendance Économique
As I am writing this post, I wonder: is this not a little bit overdue? But then it comes to my mind that it is never too late to be grateful for something. Right? So if you don’t know by now, 2016 is over and we are in 2017! At the beginning of 2016, I… Continue reading Best of 2016
How do they do that? How do they know which colours is for them? That’s what I always ask myself when I see other women. What is ‘that‘ you may ask. That thing is makeup ladies and gentlemen.Yes, Makeup! As in maquillage, or the cosmetics used to enhance the appearance of a person. Am I the only one… Continue reading I Tried It…
Disclaimer: You may need to read what’s on this picture first before you read the rest. Dear person who wrote this, How are you? I hope you are having a wonderful day wherever you are. I just have a couple points I want to make and I hope you won’t interpret my response in a… Continue reading Get A Diploma?
I usually start off my posts talking about where and how I met the people I interview/ feature on my blog, well, this one is a different one because… I have never met Andrea. A super cool friend of mine had told me about Andrea and her story. I asked if she wouldn’t mind sharing… Continue reading My Story Told // Andrea
If you are Burundian and you like to party, then there is no doubt you know Dj Trick Triick. If you are not Burundian and you don’t like to party, well you should still know him. Trick Triick is one of the best deejays from Burundi. Based in Canada, he started his career in 2013.… Continue reading My Story Told // Trick Triick
Shiro is a Kenyan girl who I met at my university. For the longest time, I knew she was East African (we are a minority in our school) and I had had conversations with her but I never thought of her to be so talented. The first time I saw her perform, it was at an open… Continue reading My Story Told // Shiro