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Author: Thembi Terry Zulu

Getting me to accept your friend request takes a scientific process that closely resembles applying for an American visa. I used to just accept everybody for the sake of numbers and deluded by the assumption that if they sought me its for a good reason....

An Aida Marie underwear model advert landed in one of my Whatsapp groups and I had seen it before when I was in Bulawayo and I didn’t apply. But then, here it was again. Is this a sign? My friend and I then decided to toy...

Sometimes you wake up and the world has just decided to turn against you for no reason. And it's so easy to slip into depression or sadness at varying levels. It's important to find the things that your body likes in order to address your...

HAPPY NEW YEAR Everybody! It’s a little late but what the heck. Let’s get right into it. Every year I set blogging goals and usually I keep them a secret because I don’t want to be held accountable to my readers but hey, new year, new things. So,...

The baseline of the music pulsates through her body as she does her dance moves that resemble a mating ritual. She leans back onto his chest and whispers something to him. He leads her away down a dark corridor towards a crowded bar. She staggers onto her chair...

My best friend of 11 years and counting Kennedy Fambarega has decided to pursue his passion in Photography (Click here to see his work). What this means is that we are now a trio with his camera because it goes everywhere with us. So he...

It’s your moment to shine. All eyes are on you. The thunderous claps from the cloud are deafening. Your heart is beating so fast. You walk down to receive your prize while holding back tears of joy. They stand up and continue to clap their...

In the book Outliers, author Malcolm Gladwell says that it takes roughly ten thousand hours of practice to achieve mastery in a field. I'd love to blog every single day like some of the other bloggers that I look up to but the truth is...