It’s that time again: time to take a look at what our community is buying online. This is an interesting list that includes products like cologne, white noise machines, digital pregnancy tests, and as the title promises, lingerie. Let’s jump right in! 1. Versace Eros Top of our list is a cologne that has been at the top of the Amazon Best Sellers list for men’s fragrance for the past couple of months. The cologne, Versace Eros, is according to its makers a fragrance that represents “sublime masculinity through a luminous aura with an intense, vibrant and glowing freshness obtained … Continue reading What’s Everyone Buying? Cologne, White Noise Machines, Lingerie & More
In my last online shopping related post, I shared some of the most popular items that my readers bought on Amazon through my blog at that time. Today, in an effort to be more inclusive for my readers who don’t live in countries with Amazon storefronts, I present you a similar list, though this time also including products bought from Jumia, an African online store for which I have been an affiliate for a little over a month. This post features menswear, electronics, and some other stuff…you’ll see. Enjoy! No. 1: Tobacco Men’s Derby Shoes (Menswear) In case you are wondering … Continue reading Community Shopping Guide: Menswear, Electronics, and More
If you have been reading me for a while (and I hope you have 😉 ), then you know that I monetize this site through the Amazon Associates program. For those of you who don’t know what that means, it means if you click a link on my site that takes you to Amazon, and you purchase something there, I get a small commission on your purchase. When I first joined the Amazon Associates program, about a year and a half ago, I’d only see a product purchased occasionally. The longer I stay in the program, though, and the bigger … Continue reading Laxmi Tea Masala, Tropical Heat Tea Masala & Other Products My Community Is Buying Online
So… it seems you didn’t have much to say about clothing stores in your East African city, or maybe you just couldn’t settle on a favorite one. Given that most women (at the very least) enjoy shopping, this should have come as a bit of a surprise to me. Frankly, I wasn’t very surprised though. If you my readers are anything like most of the East African residents that I know in person, then…well, you don’t really do most of your clothes shopping in stores locally. Am I right? READ ALSO: Community Shopping Guide: Menswear, Electronics, and More Like some … Continue reading Be My Guide to Your East African City #10: What’s the Best Bargain or Vintage Shopping Place?
I’ll just come right out and say it: I am not one of those women who loves shopping. Yes, I like having new duds, but the process of shopping for them is often more tedious than I’d like. First, there’s the matter of finding a store which stocks apparel that I care for. Then, there’s the whole issue of finding the right size which–when you have a Western Ugandan figure like mine with a bottom half that’s a different size from your top half–can prove to be a real feat. Then, there’s trying things on. READ ALSO: Community Shopping Guide: … Continue reading Shopping: Be My Guide to Your East African City #8