The tale of SALT on my watch

It’s been a while, have not written a blog since August 25th, am lazy since I have gone past my average number of blogs I do in a year. My excuse is that I have been busy reading blogs many … Continue reading The tale of SALT on my watch

The Education Sector As a business

My excuse for taking a while without posting anything is because I was reading other blogs and my personal reading of books that are mostly suggested by your work. I know it is a cheap one. I have no one … Continue reading The Education Sector As a business

On My Watch, the Future of Storytelling

Independence to express ourselves as humans through content creation is as old as the first humans. Rock paintings are as old as time and they are just a small bit of how content creation has been. Like today storytelling of … Continue reading On My Watch, the Future of Storytelling

The Wrap of the June African Blogging Challenge

I have not touched my emails from the economists for June or opened a novel, it has been blogs and I think those out of this challenge we’re only 12 that I opened. It’s amazing how people were joining in … Continue reading The Wrap of the June African Blogging Challenge

WinterABC Day 20 Life changing Event

Wait it’s day 20 already, this is wrong because the WINTER African Blogging Challenge has two more days. Today is one of those days I am not supposed to write because I really don’t have what to write about. But … Continue reading WinterABC Day 20 Life changing Event

By the time he woke up

It’s been forever since I had real rest away from work, constant rush hours, and technology. I am seated on my desk on a second floor, in the corner where I spend most of my time in the oil City … Continue reading By the time he woke up

ABC 2020 On trending current affairs

Before I start my submission for day 17, I want to point out something I noticed from the world bank, on 20th June the International day for refugees they released $ 900 million to Uganda to improve the standards of … Continue reading ABC 2020 On trending current affairs

Notable African Personality who and why

Greetings Africa, the as the lock down is opening and work is upon some of us, time is becoming difficult to bend, there are more than 100 blogs open on my browser that I have to read, but someone nailed … Continue reading Notable African Personality who and why

5 proverbs in my Vernacular and what they mean

It’s a new week, and am starting to feel bad as we approach the middle of the month meaning that we are soon to miss this blogging challenge. So 11 makes the challenge real because most people taking part don’t … Continue reading 5 proverbs in my Vernacular and what they mean

Brand I would love to represent and work with: Afrobloggers.

There are many brands out there in the world, they have been build over year’s and everyone admires to be part of them. But I have also noticed its hard for someone to stay for 10 years. Look at Google, … Continue reading Brand I would love to represent and work with: Afrobloggers.

Four social media accounts I follow, and what I like about them

Greetings from Mukono Uganda, it’s day 9 and here we are. So day 9 is a tricky one for me because to me social media is mostly about people like me, like you without verified accounts. If you are reading … Continue reading Four social media accounts I follow, and what I like about them

3 things I wish African content creators could avoid

Each day of the Winter African Blogging Challenge has been a learning occasion and I am very certain day 8 is going to be the same that puts me on the pressure to come up with something extraordinary making the … Continue reading 3 things I wish African content creators could avoid

5 bloggers in my country

The prompt for day 7 is the hardest so far on my part. I try my best to know bloggers in Uganda and encourage others to blog. Since all have our stories to tell. So the bloggers that are making … Continue reading 5 bloggers in my country

Introduction and Commitment Pledge

#WinterAbc2020 is a blogging challenge open to all African Bloggers, podcasters, video bloggers, and even photographers and I think I will take part as a blogger but am open to podcast invite give I started one that has only two … Continue reading Introduction and Commitment Pledge

Figuring out Miss Independent with Bolaji Gelax

Every guy desires to have an independent modern woman, the kind your mother may not appreciate. When you get one it’s surely celestial, it takes time to sink in and most times we mess it up trying to believe what … Continue reading Figuring out Miss Independent with Bolaji Gelax

Figuring out Miss Independent with Nicole Kurebwaseka

Every guy desires to have an independent modern woman, the kind your mother may not appreciate. When you get one it’s surely celestial, it takes time to sink in and in most times we mess up trying to believe what … Continue reading Figuring out Miss Independent with Nicole Kurebwaseka

One Way Love

Love from one side, or one way relationships are all around us. They some became marriages but nothing good comes out of them. They a live that one way street where traffic flows to one direction and when one tries … Continue reading One Way Love

Day 16: Politics vs Religion guests bloggers Zeno Othieno Owora

Day 16: Politics vs Religion. If God ever came off his high horse and met me on my way to wherever I like going, he would stop me. His mood would either be anger or extreme joy. Given his known … Continue reading Day 16: Politics vs Religion guests bloggers Zeno Othieno Owora

Religious or Political Views Apartheid

In every blogging challenge, there are days when a writer will be judged for their opinions, sometimes they are not just judged but the readers never come back to read your work if you are so bold, day 16 is … Continue reading Religious or Political Views Apartheid

If I Could Get Any Job In the World, which one and why

Whenever am taking on a prompt for #UgBlogMonth, I look at the case of the given day for a while then stare at my blank page, before I start to type I look at it furthermore then I eliminate ideas … Continue reading If I Could Get Any Job In the World, which one and why

My favorite blogs

Missed out on day 8 of #UgBlogMonth so I am back to do day 9 and then 14 and 16 and I will incline the challenge. Anyway, today is about my favorite blogs, not sure if it’s the same as … Continue reading My favorite blogs

#UGblogmonth Best relationship advice

With today’s prompt, I feel like running, running so far away from it as I can. When faced we as humans are faced with tough situations we either flee or fight. I since have started I will fight. The prompt … Continue reading #UGblogmonth Best relationship advice

What I do for Self Care #UgblogMonth

Day 6 is when we start giving away those bits that get people speculating things if not judging, blogs take on the original form of personal journals like they were two decades ago. Self-care can mean many things. But let … Continue reading What I do for Self Care #UgblogMonth

A Day In The Lockdown #Day5

Unlike most of you who dread being alone am the opposite, I spend about 70% of the day alone even when I stay with people, at the moment we are four in the house mum, my little brother, and a … Continue reading A Day In The Lockdown #Day5

Lessons from the COVID-19 PANDEMIC #Day4

Day 4 of the #UgBlogMonth, I wonder how far of the 21 days I have covered in terms of percentage performance. And today is about lessons of a crisis we are still experiencing but compared to Italy and New York … Continue reading Lessons from the COVID-19 PANDEMIC #Day4

20 Facts about Zeno Othieno Owora #UgBlogMonth

The Twenty random Zeno answers. Since I don’t own a blog, I will take a chance to borrow space from a friend to join the 20 days of blogging. If you really ask me about 20 things about me, the … Continue reading 20 Facts about Zeno Othieno Owora #UgBlogMonth

My KYAMBOGO RUGBY through my eyes

Kyambogo Rugby is gradually and steadily became a house name and it gives me a little sense of gratification which is not common in Uganda sports awfully when it comes to lower league sports. Last year in on June 3 … Continue reading My KYAMBOGO RUGBY through my eyes

My 5 Favorite books and Why

On June 20th of 2019 in another blogging challenge, I did a blog about todays. My favorite books have not changed despite the many books that have accumulated on my books app, I don’t like audiobooks, they just don’t sink … Continue reading My 5 Favorite books and Why

20 Facts about me Day 2 #UgBlogMonth

When I was running through the topics, when they were posted on the Ugandan Blogging Community day (2), seemed like a real challenge. I was thinking and talk to my self, “you need someone to tell you what they think … Continue reading 20 Facts about me Day 2 #UgBlogMonth