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It is said that it shouldn’t be the journey that scares you, but the experiences that you gather as you travel through. We never quite see the veracity in such a statement until the final lap of the game, when there is no turning back to change the players you wish you retained in this battle we call life. So you accept that you may have lost good friends along the way and hope that you are making long-lasting ones now as you stumble your way through.
Mistakes are bound to happen, no one is perfect as they say but perfect imperfections is what we are known to enhance and make others perceive. The lies we churn out and the fake smiles we put up to make everyone imagine that we live such a remarkable life; when deep down you know how much you are hurting inside but won’t dare…

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12 “Perfect” Women Of Instagram (And What Their Lives Are Actually Like)

Thought Catalog

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I’m struggling with depression right now. My life looks charmed and beautiful and happy and nobody would know that I wake up every day with dread and anxiety and helplessness. People see that I’m adventuring all around a beautiful city, but what I wouldn’t put on Instagram is a picture of the couch I sat on last night as I explained to a therapist how my last resort would be to go on anti-depressants, but that secretly inside thought I probably needed to be on them. I’m scared and I’m struggling.

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The price of this shot was food poisoning so severe, I couldn’t even keep water down. I spent the whole of the next day in bed, and all because I wanted to “live my best life” and eat a burger and fries at 10pm. There’s a reason why there’s validity to the You Did Not Eat That Instagram: it’s…

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FunTravel Kenya

We all agree traveling, or as most of you would say “Tembea Kenya”, is expensive. You have to fuel your car, or hire one for most of us. And I’m not even going to talk about getting a safari van for your trip. This digs a hole in your pocket, or leave a dent in your account for the better off. Then there’s food, accommodation and tips..yes, you can’t get back from a trip without tipping someone. It’s an unwritten rule. These adds up to a lot of money, which frankly most of us don’t have. Today I want to give you a cheaper option of kutembea Kenya, appreciating your country at pocket-friendly prices.


Most of us have the mentality that you need a private means of transport in order to go for a road-trip. I disagree. You can have a good time just by using public means. Done…

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