Uganda Blogging Community is proud to announce 2017’s first 7-day-blogging challenge! February 2017’s #UgBlogWeek challenge will take place from 13th - 19th February and the guiding format is chain stories.
The way chain stories work is; one blogger begins a part 1 of a story and then bloggers that might be interested continue with part
Curating #UgBlogWeek is never an easy task. It means waking up early, sleeping late, eyes scrolling forever, fingers typing away, copy + paste, etc. It's no longer a one man job.
After all the blogging during #UgBlogWeek we hope the bloggers keep on with the spirit of story telling and documenting. We believe
There I am, the village lumpen, just being there. It is great to be me, I think. I feel like I have discovered the secret to life and yet everyone calls me that useless boy. See, I wake up when I want, I eat from wherever I want, I drink
As I walk down these streets the silence is palpable, thoughts start running through my head distracting me from the task at hand. It did not need take pack of gadget-toting, SUV driving crime scene investigators to clue out a possible hypothesis of what had happened. Even though the sun was shining,
I am way in over my feels today. It could be because I have been listening to Tracy Chapman endlessly or because Kirabo has managed to string my heart along for her dandelion tales. I'm not sure. Sometimes it's hard to decipher the cause of such melancholy, but Kahill sheds some
1. Is it possible to reminisce about places you've never been? Faith shares travel tales from childhood and those she’s yet to embark on.
2. Ever wondered what it's like to be dead while you watch your loved ones live? Shanine paints a picture imperfect Christmas as witnessed by a long
Today, we go through a day of a would-be ordinary 20-something Ugandan. This character has ideally spent some few years out of university, still uses a considerable amount of public transport but on a good day, catches a ride in a friend’s car to lunch or sundowners after work. All