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The right word at the right time can make a difference. Now imagine the right word that perfectly describes the right service? Try Bulc. Yes, that’s right, Bulc! Bulc is an e-commerce wholesale platform that provides one-stop shopping for household goods. Buying in bulk, has always presented benefits and convenience for wholesalers, but Bulc is all about making those same benefits and conveniences available to urban resident shoppers. Bulk shopping is premised on providing irresistible value packs at wholesale prices, but instead of calling the brand Bulk, the twist in the brand name aptly replaces the ‘k’ at the end of the word ‘bulk’ with the letter ‘c’ which stands for Convenience, a key brand attribute of Bulc and its shopping experience. For many small businesses, e-commerce adoption has been a slow process. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has spurred a rapid growth in e-commerce adoption and those who’ve embraced it,…

There’s everything upsetting about the stress that comes with clutter! Cluttered drawers and closets that swallow socks and full outfits, messy kitchens that are probably breeding other life forms, an email account that’s almost out of space, because you never really delete anything now do you? So how do we all have the best and neatest intentions that somehow get just as messy as our personal spaces? How does it even get here you wonder, well… It starts with that gift and wrapping paper that you didn’t throw away, or those clothes in the closet that don’t fit anymore or that email you ignored? We happily go on with our busy lives, occasionally indulging in a little retail therapy for the shiny new ‘practical’ life add-ons that promise to make everything better, and then one day you realise you’re either a hoarder like that aunt you said you’d never be,…

Recently, beloved gospel star and media personality Kambua, shared a heartbreaking statement on her Instagram account, of the loss of her newborn baby. Thousands of messages poured in from friends and fans, offering prayers and love, in a shared outpouring of grief and loss. No parent should ever have to bury their child, and when this happens, we must all rally behind the grieving families, whilst being sensitive to their loss and heartache. Vivian Gaiko is a young Kenyan mother and wife who set up the Empower Mama Foundation to help mothers and families who’ve experienced this trauma, after losing her newborn daughter. Upon the loss of a baby, many families are often rushed through the process of this loss, which affects the way they grieve and heal, and from Vivian’s experience, she knew she couldn’t stand by and let other families go through the same thing.Empower Mama Foundation is an organization…

Is that a sigh of relief we hear about Valentine’s being done and dusted? It’s alright! Your secret is safe with us! We totally get it! Flowers and chocolate are lovely to receive, but gifts that say I love you really should make you glow! We had a chance to pop into the Adele Dejak Valentine’s PopUp at Ndemi Place and totally fell in love! The collection of handcrafted African-inspired jewelry by the renowned designer was on display in a perfect fusion of chic, ultra-modern designs intertwined with African tradition.Great pieces from previous collections were on display- and on sale at knockout prices. her latest, as well as the stunning new collection of bold statement jewelry with a story to tell!Pictures by DragonFly.

Looking good just got better, following the grand opening of Luxury Hair and Spa at Olenguruone Place in Kileleshwa. Hair Moghul Angela Livu, who also owns Luxury Hair & Lash Studio at Yaya Center, welcomed guests to her newest high-end outlet that promises great customer service and luxurious experiences.In attendance were top local fashion and lifestyle designers, tastemakers, and influencers

The past year has been a rollercoaster for us all. We’ve learned to adjust, to give up, to adapt, to make do, to do away with- and the list goes on and on! Many of the conversations over the past year with health experts, as well as life and wellness coaches about the impact that Covid-19 has had on people, echo the stigma that the pandemic is heavily shrouded in. With so little common knowledge of the virus and the disease, as it quickly began to spread across the world, it was inevitable that this would be a highly stigmatizing experience, especially for those who tested positive.But with stigma, there is an antidote. Knowledge. Knowledge truly shines a light in the murky darkness that allows stigma to thrive. When you know better, you must do better! A conversation this week on Sheila Mwanyigha’s YouTube channel Sheila Lives Out Loud, features Leslie…

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