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June 2015

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ME MYSELF AND I

Hello Loves! ME: What do you think should be my next post? MYSELF: How about a maxi skirt? I: Gosh that’s a hard one! they are a bit too common nowadays it’s hard to appear unique in them ME MYSELF AND I : (together in unison) Don’t overthink it…just be you, it’s all about style. Those weird conversations I have (and I assume every lady has) when picking clothes from the wardrobe! I really hope I nailed it and satisfied all those voices in my brain…   Photo credits: Modan Photography     OUTFIT DETAILS: Maxi Skirt : Vivo Active Wear Green Sleeveless top: Vivo Active Wear Black Suede Flats: Bershka Egypt Scarf: Gift From Mum Watch: Guess Egypt Lipstick: Mac Heroine Matte Elizabeth MaramiMore Posts – Website

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Penning my Story 1: Chin Up

Hello loves, (Warning: This is a wordy post- but totally worth it!) I have decided to do things differently every new month. I’ve Started a new segment ‘Penning my story’ where I get to share my career and life journey as a seafarer and also empower women to continue achieving their best regardless of their gender barriers)   For those who are not aware, I am a navigating officer with a Second officer Rank on board merchant navy ships and a marine pilot at the Kenya Ports Authority. Now before I say much, here is a brief insight on this career so that you may comprehend the story that follows. To rise to your next rank you need to work onboard foreign going vessels for a period of not less than 18months and some class work.   Kenya doesn’t own merchant navy ships so one needs to be contracted from foreign companies   This is done through crewing agencies and no; we have no crewing agency in Kenya.   Finally it is a male dominated career. If im not wrong we make up 2% the maritime task force (click here)   Now that you have a rough idea let me tell you my story. […]

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