This post is coming a few days late but I don’t care, I had man flu and it was trying to kill me. It’s not a joke people man flu is really real. I sneezed three times the other day and I felt a piece of my soul escape from me. And when get man flu in summer it’s actually near fatal.
So September was blog everyday month, an event in its second year by AfroBloggers. The theme was #MyAfricaMyWords. Well I didn’t always stick to the theme, I just wrote and sometimes creativity ran low but I did my best. Here’s a guide to my posts for the month. #BlogtemberChallenge;
Day 1 – Curve A short poem I had always kept in my drafts and I finally posted.
Day 2 – Writers block struck and I also got tied up so I skipped this day to brainstorm.
Day 3 – Intimate I don’t how to sell this one, you just have to read it for yourself.
Day 4 – Home For the lovers this one is a must read.
Day 5 – Purpose A deep reflection on life and the paths we choose.
Day 6 – Tied Together I loved writing this one of my favourite pieces for the month or even the year.
Day 7 – Chronicles Of Society And You A look at getting out of your comfort zone and being yourself. Must read!
Day 8 – This Modern Music
Day 9 – A Letter Of Behalf My Choices And Mistakes Reflection on things that can’t be changed and a search for peace. One of my favourite poems.
Day 10 – Chronicles Of Time The art of patience. A must read!
Day 11 – A Dollar In My Pocket Mostly humour but there’s a lesson in there somewhere.
Day 12 – The Voices In Me A conversation about love. You can only read it to understand I couldn’t explain.
Day 13 – The Guide To Surviving Your 20’s Some required reading if you’re still that young. Must read!
Day 14 – A Lesson On Time Or Torture Part of my stories from an African childhood category. Always filled with humour and always worth the read!
Day 15 – Ties Of The Soul It will melt your heart if you have one lol.
Day 16 – A Recipe For Disaster About someone who I shall not name.
Day 17 – A Men’s Guide To Women Read it, share it and let’s talk about it. Must read!
Day 18 – I MISS YOU For a friend I lost.
Day 19 – To All The Ones Who Have Love How less communication doesn’t decay some sentiments.
Day 20 – The Stranger On The Street About how poetry is beautiful in any language.
Day 21 – Frozen Part of my stories from an African childhood category. Always filled with humour and always worth the read!
Day 22 – A Child’s Ignorance The older we get the more complicated life is.
Day 23 – Conversations Of Paradise Love and forever can be such a beautiful thing.
Day 24 – About Growing Up; Discipline And Friends A worthy read by a good friend of mine.
Day 25 – What If You can thank Dainty M for this one. It’s an amazing read and I enjoyed all the more writing it.
Day 26 – A Men’s Guide To Women; Relationships This one is really me looking out for you guys, you can thank me later for this. Everyone should check this one out.
Day 27 – The Tales Of A Broken Heart The honest truth here is someone hurt me and I know you’ll probably read and relate.
Day 28 – A Life Of Crime Avoided Part of my stories from an African childhood category. Always filled with humour and always worth the read!
Day 29 – Man flu!
Day 30 – Man flu!
Check the posts out if you haven’t already and if you’ve checked out some of them catch up on the ones you missed, read, learn, feel free to fall in love with me in the process (I’m currently single). Comment on the ones you like and the ones you don’t, let’s talk about it all.
Side note; Here’s a few posts I loved from other bloggers during this challenge. You should definitely check out these amazing writers too.
Dainty M (Mfon) – Day 23 of 30 days blogging challenge
Beaton (Becoming the muse) – Of My Ancestry And The Heritage In My Roots
Tembochiseche (Leaf-lets) – Stories From Home – Afrotheology
More To Getty (G, G) – The African Woman Who Can’t? Or Won’t Cook
Yeipyeng Kwa – Layers
Thinkingoutloud1204 – Protect our children! Preserve their lives!