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WinterABC2022 Stories of home: Gogo’s gift

I did not wake up being an avid reader or someone who enjoys writing stories. This was something that was instilled in me by my grandmother. My mother had the responsibility to nurture the gift. She used stories to help me grasp different concepts because I wasn’t an intelligent child. Storytelling has helped me seeContinue reading “WinterABC2022 Stories of home: Gogo’s gift”

The voice and the penšŸ˜Š

You were there for me when the whole world walked away.You held my hand and you gave me something to look forward to.I am not the person I was a year ago.The two of you were the light that helped me find my way out of the dark tunnel. Each day is a chance toContinue reading “The voice and the penšŸ˜Š”

Owning Your Big Magic!

I met Black Mwana ( Kudzanai Matilda Kurotwi) during WinterABC2021 and she has become a friend and a blogging sisteršŸ„°. She will be reviewing Big Magic written by Elizabeth Gilbert. Q: What is creativity?A: The relationship between a human being and mysteries of inspiration. This book is about self-expression. Exploring the creativity within you, howContinue reading “Owning Your Big Magic!”


Yesterday was a good day and I read more than twenty articles and I must say the bloggers are creative. Sometimes we need to challenge ourselves and stay out of our comfort zone. The COVID-19 pandemic affected everyone us but it also taught us a lot of life lessons. There was a time l wasn’tContinue reading “WinterABC2021-Day 2: THE HLOMU SERIES”

WinterABC2021 Day 1- This is my story: I am a Creative

Hello, June l have been waiting for you and l am glad that you are here. Today is the first day of the AfroBloggers Winter Challenge which will run throughout the month. This is a great opportunity for any African creative out there to share their great stories and it is a learning opportunity too.Continue reading “WinterABC2021 Day 1- This is my story: I am a Creative”

A review- The National Arts Merit Awards

Hello my readers, I hope you are well. Always remember that if anything costs your mental health, it is too expensive. On Saturday 27th March I watched the NAMAs and if you did not manage to watch them please do. The NAMAs (National Arts Merit Awards) are the brainchild of the National Arts Council ofContinue reading “A review- The National Arts Merit Awards”

The post-graduation era

Dear Emily I hope that this letter finds you well and in good health. CongratulationsĀ  my dear on completing your Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. I am so proud of you . I was really heart broken when I received the news that no guest would be allowed at your graduation ceremony.Ā  This is because IContinue reading “The post-graduation era”

The marks of Oliver

If you were fortunate enough to have met Oliver Mtukudzi or to have listened to his music you definitely have a story to share with the world. Oliver Mtukudzi was a legend, someone who loved his craft . The overused phrase “legends never die” is applicable in the legend’s life because his music is aContinue reading “The marks of Oliver”