What do low buns have to do with books, podiums, monochrome skirt suits and geeky glasses? Well, many things! At least in my life! Here's how:
Olivia of Kayi ni Afrika reached out to me to find out more about my hair journey and to get to know me a little bit outside of the blogosphere. To say the least, I was deeply humbled! She asked a really pertinent question that had me excited about Africa's rising trajectory. She asked, if I had the opportunity to change Africa, what would I do and why?
If you'd like to read what I shared with Olivia, please read it here: http://goo.gl/BGAEXv
Kayi ni Afrika is a pot of yummy goodness! Olivia covers a diverse range of topics from protective styles to delicious recipes and African rhythms and beats. I'm truly blessed to have connected with my East African sister from Tanzania!
PS- If you've known me from before I started blogging, well you know that "education" is my middle name. I am really passionate about expanding educational opportunities for needy students from informal settlements in Kenya. I started a book-donation project called Project: A Book for Change that has helped bring this cause to fruition. (The thumbnail picture of me in a low bun on a podium was taken during our last book donation ceremony in April last year). If you'd like to find out more about Project: A Book for Change please read about it here: http://goo.gl/rjKZhT