Traveling Solo! (Tessie’s story)

If you haven’t noticed by now, traveling is one of my favorite things to do in life. Literally!
Today, we are talking traveling solo with the one and only Tessia Nikuze.


Best of 2016

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


My Story Told // Diane&Nadia

 Diane and Nadia are not ordinary sisters. They are identical twins. Just in case you were starting to wonder, yes, they do fight and argue like normal siblings (I mean who doesn’t fight with their siblings). However, these two share something that not all the twins usually do (keep reading) Diane and Nadia were the… Continue reading My Story Told // Diane&Nadia


My Story Told.Father’s Day // Melissa&Léane

  We often show appreciation to our mothers, tell them how much we love them, thank them for what they’ve done. Probably because they are the ones who bring us to this world  and who take care of us for years and years, but what about our fathers? How often do we tell our fathers… Continue reading My Story Told.Father’s Day // Melissa&Léane


I Deescovered Old Québec // Travel Diary

For the last four years, I have been living in Canada. I never really had the chance to visit other cities -except for Ottawa where I go at least once a year to see my family –. I live in a small town called St Catharines, and I’ve felt in love with its quietness and its… Continue reading I Deescovered Old Québec // Travel Diary


Dear Maths,here are 10 reasons why I don’t like you!!!

I have never been a math person and I will never be one. I just don’t get how it works. Yes I know 2+3=5 and that is because it is pretty basic but ask me how to derive or integrate an equation and it will take me as long as it takes a baby to… Continue reading Dear Maths,here are 10 reasons why I don’t like you!!!

Tags And Challenges

#ThreeThingsThursday // Melissa

I met Melissa my first year of undergrad. We were in the same economics class and she heard me speaking on the phone in Kirundi and waited until the end of the lecture to talk to me. Now that I am thinking about it, I probably said something about her(without knowing she can understand Kirundi)… Continue reading #ThreeThingsThursday // Melissa