27 was a very special age to me. When I was leaving undergrad at 21, I used to tell myself “by 27, you should have your life in order”. So here we are – 27.
I have, as of today, spent a full month living away from home. I never saw myself moving away from Malawi – for long or otherwise. I found a few words which have been keep me sane and still.
There’s a way in which New York welcomed me. I have tried to not read too much into it, but it’s hard to not feel the city is intent on ensuring I feel at home.
I was driving to see my parents last week. I was speeding (relatively), trying to get home before the sun went down. I had a flat tyre, and ended up getting home at close to midnight. So here is a story about sports cars, speed, potholes, and flat tyres. Or is it?
I think for likely the first time since its inception (those who know me might know I’ve struggled with this), I’m at peace with the Ntha Foundation being associated with my name.
Co-authored a write-up with UNCDF Digital on The status of women’s participation in innovation in Malawi, in honor of #WomensHistoryMonth.
I made a commitment to myself that if I wasn’t travelling to further my studies early in the year, I would set up my personal office at Bien Corp Africa. The office was the first attempt by the hub at interior design – from concept to execution. It was a really exciting project for me, and something I need in this phase of my career.