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That Girl Relatable is a beautiful space created for men and women to allow them to find their true (God-defined) authentic selves in a world that constantly seeks to define them .
We believe in empowering men and women to be the best version of themselves.
We believe we can change the world in our own little ways wherever we are.
We love to serve not only the community but our relatable readers.We are crazy obsessed about their happiness and responding to them.
We are committed to putting out content that literally meets with our readers lives to inspire and liberate them.
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How to Realistically Live out your Purpose. I know a lot of you are like me and have therefore asked this question so many times. I started searching seriously for this ‘magical’ answer when I was out of high school and it grew chronic in my college days. I have read blogs, I have gone Read more about How to Realistically Live out your Purpose.[…]
The Journeys of Women Trailblazers in Kenya Vol 1. I have always been the type of girl that really enjoys sitting down with women from all walks of life that inspire me and bask around the warmth of their strength, listen to their stories and take in much-needed advice. I do not know about you Read more about Book Review: The Journeys of Women Trailblazers in Kenya Vol 1.[…]
Being nominated for BAKE AWARDS was not something that I had anticipated. I remember when the nominee’s list came out! I just brushed through it with an “of course I am not on it attitude but let’s see who is!”. Then there we were on no.9b. It was so surreal such that I reloaded Read more about 10 Lessons I Learnt even Before Winning at BAKE Awards “Best New Blog” 2019[…]
Movie Review: LUSALA- The Past will Always Find You. I keep it real on here and I do not hype anything that does not deserve the hype! I also do not review anything that I think you guys wouldn’t be able to relate to! I was at Century Cinemax Junction yesterday at exactly 4:25 PM Read more about Movie Review: LUSALA- The Past will Always Find You.[…]
Connection today is drenched in irony especially with all the new digitized mechanisms of communication that are present today that promise us wins at this art! I believe that connection is refreshing and therapeutic! It is discovering parts of yourself within others. As a life coach, this is my most favourite part about coaching! Read more about 7 Reasons Why you may be Struggling to make Real Meaningful Connections.[…]
Self-Care should be enjoyable and we are here to make it relatable as well! Sharing these 40 activities is my way of sharing my love with all of you! A lot of people just hear about self-love and care and are left clueless about how to actually practice! I hope this post helps you to Read more about 40 Enjoyable Relatable Self-Care Activities[…]
I swear to all of you that I am a personal development junkie and I am super excited to share this book with all of you! It’s true that most of us will not pick up books by our Kenyan authors as fast as we’ll pick books from the western authors, therefore I am working Read more about Book Review: UPGRADE by Victor Muniu[…]
Our body image does affect our mental health today more than ever! Our conversations in front of the mirror and things we see through society’s eye affect our emotional, psychological, mental and ultimately physical health. I have struggled with body image issues and I am sure that a lot of you reading this have too.I Read more about Body Image & Mental Health in Kenya[…]
Stress Awareness Month is April and we wanna talk about it too because it is needed. I think we live in the most stressful times of human history. It’s even crazier if you’re a millennial living in Kenya. It’s so ironic especially because of the technological development that is ‘meant to make things easier and Read more about Stress will find you! How to be found prepared.[…]
COLORISM DOESN’T EXIST! STOP FUSSING! We all have different experiences when it comes to issues of light-skinned over dark-skinned preference. Colorism, I had to admit exists within us and in our society.I remember myself in primary school and the popular girl everyone wanted to be friends with, including me. She was always light-skinned with Read more about Colorism Doesn’t EXIST! STOP FUSSING![…]