For a long time I have wondered when I’ll wake up and transform from feeling like a girl to a woman. One day it happened and all the Valor and honor of holding that title rushed down upon me. I felt strong, unstoppable, intuitive, confident, bold and comfortable in my skin and who I was. Needless to say the realization that I was now a … Continue reading HAPPY WOMEN’S DAY!
Hello there, this is a late post. But it’s never too late to get into great fashion! When Bold asked us to be their October 2017 Muse, we were overjoyed! If you follow them on social media you know this is a campaign that had been on for a minute highlighting talent and beautiful women with a different line up of designers. It took a … Continue reading BEING A BOLD WOMAN
2018 is finally here! The long awaited New Year has arrived and with it comes a new sense of hope. The slate has been wiped clean and it’s time for new experiences. Everyone uses this time to make New Year resolutions, things they would like to accomplish and work on through the year. Goals are set and to-do lists are made. One of the … Continue reading New Year, New travels!
Today we explore the popular foods in different regions in Africa. This information was retrieved from a survey done by Jumia Travel and Jumia Food. Find out if any of your top dishes appears on this list below; Waakye This is a rice and beans combination which is both delicious and nutritious. This dish is popular in Ghana Thieboudienn Popular in Senegal, Thieboudienn is … Continue reading Popular food dishes across Africa
The end of year frenzy is upon us, which means that preparations in most organizations are already in high gear. The Christmas trees are going up, lights have been set up, ornaments have been hung and budgets have been made with everyone in the company eager for an end of year celebration. After 365 days of hard work, it’s always nice to reward your team … Continue reading END OF YEAR EVENT FRENZY
Lately, outdoor activities have become more popular in Kampala. This basically means two things; more food and more drinks (Thank God for Jumia Party). Commonly held in southern African countries (Braai) as they are normally referred to, United States, Korea, Lebanon grilling and barbeque food is taking over Kampala as well. People are more inclined to buying several assortments of meats from pork to goat’s … Continue reading Let’s get barbecuing!
As we wind down the year, everyone is looking forward to doing something adventurous and fun to close it off and begin preparing for 2018 after. Whether its group fun or work related, if you are the kind of person who loves sports, is physically fit or maybe is looking for a team building activity; Extreme Adventure Park in Busiika, Gayaza is the perfect … Continue reading November for adventure
Thank God it’s Friday, that is everyone’s thought when they make it to the end of a long work week and are looking to unwind. Some people prefer to stay indoors all weekend and rest, catch up on TV shows, visit family or host friends over while grabbing a few drinks while others prefer to go out and party with work colleagues or even friends. … Continue reading Top 5 Popular Cocktails in Kampala and how to make them
We have been blessed to witness an era where technology can allow us to do so many things with just one click. Today you can send and receive important documents through email or whatsapp from miles away, you can book a hotel from the comfort of your living room on Jumia Travel for example, grab a special taxi in just seconds all this online. … Continue reading How Jumia Food is saving Ugandans time and money
Budget When picking a hotel room this is always the first factor to take into consideration. What can you afford? If you are using Jumia Travel for example one way to make sure you do not exceed your budget is by looking at the deals page. Every week they have great discounts that could save you a buck or two. This could also … Continue reading Top 5 things to consider when picking a hotel room