The Tale of Adaptation

There are always two sides to every story and one’s blessing can also be someone else’s burden. The same can be said about the lockdowns that governments around the world have imposed to curb the spread of the Coronavirus. The COVID-19 pandemic enabled families to get to know each other since they spent a lot […]

READMORE

Lessons From My Early Twenties

By Lulu Akaki As a child, the twenties seemed to be the ideal age range, a bridge between being an adult and somehow still getting away with a few immature stunts. I always thought that by the time I turned 25, I would have life all figured out… confident that a job, a husband, a […]

READMORE

Your Life Is One Long Pitching Session!

By Eunice Aber “Do you realise that our entire life is a pitch?” My friend Lornah Tumuhairwe asked me this question as we were going for what would be our last pitch in undergraduate school. A pitch is what we, in the technology world (techies), prefer to call a “presentation” before a panel of judges […]

READMORE

When The Music Fades

By Noeline Kirabo Today I listened to a very lovely and soothing song that kind of just lingered in my mind and heart. It put me in a thoughtful and reflective mood that I had not enjoyed in a while for one reason or another. It was a beautiful feeling and I felt like I […]

READMORE