Tag: Nairobi

March Faves

March, oh March. It was mad real! Certainly one of my favourite months of the year because it’s my love, David’s birthday…but it was also such an uphill climb. I love the idea of monthly blog reflection: Candids from the last month; from people to experiences to pictures to items.

The Arbor Festival

Dear readers, this is a story about an add-to-closet kind of weekend as hosted by The Arbor! As you must have inferred from my Instagram stories, The Arbor Festival was on this past Friday, Saturday and Sunday. If you didn’t see my stories, this most definitely is a shameless plug

January Faves

I love the idea of monthly blog reflection: Candids from the last month; from people to experiences to pictures to items. Favorites only, because good vibes are all the hype and should be celebrated. It’s a new year: I love new beginnings…especially when they come packaged as a different last digit

Bao Box

There’s been so much hype around Bao Box; the girls and I had to have our last catch up sesh there. First things first, I’m the realest. I’m joking, I totally got that from a song. I like the location-Pramukh Towers on Westlands road, right by the Standard Chartered Bank

Bloomkalture X Signature The Brand: Christmas Outfits

It’s the most glorious time of the year! While Jesus most certainly is the reason for the season, looking glam as we celebrate Him is a welcome bonus. That said, if you’re in Nairobi and in need of last minute Christmas outfit options, Signature got you with the floral, the

June Faves

Six months. Halfway into 2017. Where on earth is the time going? I love the idea of monthly blog reflection: Candids from the last month; from people to experiences to pictures to items. Favorites only, because good vibes are all the hype and should be celebrated. Madaraka Day Brunch: When your

A Reminder: When it gets difficult

It’s raining. I love the rain. Out here in these smart streets, they call me a pluviophile. I am a pluviophile. A pluviophile whose life is dealing a crash course on a number of lessons. I’m ultimately really grateful. Things could be worse. That, and there is hope tied to

Don’t Quit Your Day Dream

My feet may not be the prettiest in the world, but they are certainly cute enough to make it to the blog, no? It’s also important, for variety’s sake, to give y’all time to miss my face. Lastly, I am here for the aesthetics and subsequent symbolism. First thought when

See You Soon, Cardiff

It wasn’t all love. It hasn’t always been love. In fact, the first night I spent here I cried. I wanted to go home. Completely unaware that four life sculpting years later, I would be calling you, home. I cried, but you cradled my tears. You taught me that pain,

Five Words To Live By

Lately, I have been all up in my thoughts  about what moves me. How do I want to live? What do I want to be led by? On what do I rest in, when the motions of the world exhaust me? Where do I run to when my soul is

Rush.

Decided it was about time I got right into a lyric on here. Shared this over the past few days on instagram 🙂 PS: If you’re not following me on the gram, what you waiting for? **shameless plug** Rush Me. Here I am, steady living. Flourishing, if I do say

Edwin G Mwai (Product Designer)

One blazing summer’s day in the snug city of Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom, I attended the Coventry University Industrial Design Degree Show: an enthralling exhibition showcasing fresh-off-final year talent from interior to product to automative (+ transport) design.It was nothing short of “wow”, “this is amazing”, “how did he

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