I am fortunate to have spent Christmas with family and friends, eating good home-cooked food and sharing laughter. I hope that all of you who celebrate the holiday had a good one and that all of you who don't and had the opportunity to take a break, had a refreshing day. With just one week until we step into 2011, I find myself putting myself under pressure to properly take stock of the year and plan ahead for the next one. I'm making it a point to keep dragging myself back to the present moment and not stress toooooo much about all the expectations that come with the New Year milestone. We'll see what happens over this coming week though!
Here is a round-up of all of last week's posts, in case you missed anything:
- Quote of the week
- Amani ya Juu
- Interview with Lesley of Ododo Originals
- Inspired by Khadambi Asalache
- TGIF! AfroCubism
- Libya Independence Day
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Next week, look out for:
- Quote of the year
- A round-up on the 9 most popular posts of the year
- What satisfies you? I want to know…
- Sudan Independence Day
- An end of the year TGIF! special
Have a fantastic final week of 2010. Be proud of all you've learned, discovered and achieved and let it inspire the year ahead!
The Festival for African Fashion and Arts (FAFA) was set up in 2008, as a response to Kenya's post-election violence. Advocating for peace, unity in diversity and positive change, the initiative celebrates the creative talent and energy that exists across the African continent.
FAFA is holding their 2010 Fashion for Peace event in Kenya this weekend, at the Nairobi National Park. Check out their website for more information about the organisation, previous events, workshops, travel packages and more.