2017 Life lessons

2018 is here, and it’s a new me! I’m kidding, it’s a new year, more matured me. I always try to do a blog each year that covers the life lessons that I learned in 2017, and how they will help me in the coming year, and for the rest of my life (I don’t... Continue Reading →


2016 Reflection

So it’s 2017, and another year has gone by very fast. This is the time when people do new year’s resolutions and promise to be better people for the incoming year. It’s a respectable tradition that I’ve never been able to do. By the second or third week or January i forget what i even... Continue Reading →

I don’t want to get married

If you’re African over the age of 35 you’re probably shocked and annoyed at this statement. “How?? How does Keza not want to get married? That’s an abomination!! She needs prayers of deliverance!” This is how most of your reactions probably look like. To be honest I named the title like that to catch your... Continue Reading →

The love of a sibling

I remember when my brother Muco was born. Well, I remember driving to the hospital, my three year old self bombarding my dad with questions, and him filling me in on my new responsibilities as a big sister. I don’t remember what he said, but I do remember the moment I saw my baby brother... Continue Reading →

My African name

My African name My name is Keza [keh-zaa] I have always dreaded the first day of school. It was the day that everyone got my name wrong. By the time I left school, I would be tired of having to explain how it’s spelled, what it means, and why I have such a complicated name.... Continue Reading →


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