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Catching up: The year so far.

Hello… Happy New Month! Happy New Month! *insert the Ugandan style ululations*  It is the middle of the year! Congratulations you’ve made it this far! Isn’t God amazing. Personally, I’m so thankful that I get to reach the middle of yet another year. I’m so thankful for how the previous months have turned out, especially… Continue reading Catching up: The year so far.

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The beginning of the End!||Of 3:00am chit-chat and Gratitude.

It is exactly 3:00am in my side of the world. I am 6 hours away from sitting the first paper of my last set of examinations in law school. Four years and a hell lot of books down the road, the beginning of the end which leads to another beginning starts today at 9:00am!. Somebody… Continue reading The beginning of the End!||Of 3:00am chit-chat and Gratitude.

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I failed to write || Catching up.

I’m finally here. Wow. It’s been months. Words can’t express how sorry I am for deserting my blog, your blogs and writing. Well, here’s what happened (in summary because I don’t want to bore you with a long story): I couldn’t write. I couldn’t write because I was going through a rough time and for… Continue reading I failed to write || Catching up.

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Resolutions don’t have to fail always || Make resolutions that work. 

Life is full of surprises but this doesn’t stop us from planning and setting goals. Pardon the title of this post. I couldn’t decide on which of them to leave, and since WordPress doesn’t limit us (does it?), I decided to exercise my right to have such a title.😁😁. It is 10th January already and… Continue reading Resolutions don’t have to fail always || Make resolutions that work.