Hello there! I’m Faith-Victoria Tsoka, a 25-year-old End Time Message Believer – from a city called Zomba, in the Warm Heart of Africa, Malawi. I’m a gospel singer, writer and a lover of modest clothing – which is what this site is mainly for. I’m also a Social Scientist, with special interest in development and girl’s education. I am on a journey and I share the lessons I learn along the way.
Sunday afternoon naps, food (the way to my heart is paved with good ol’ pizza), winding roads, manners, traveling and exploring God’s beautiful creation, colour combinations of red and white, memes (I love a good laugh!), harmonies, a good read, worship music, trying new recipes and kholowa.
Anything slow and inefficient, that little triangle car wipers always miss out, cockroaches, spam, needles, trolls and disorganisation.
Taking accidental naps, putting something off to the last minute but getting it done anyway, overthinking, jotting things down (Pro at writing To-Do Lists right here. I don’t even know how many notebooks I have) and tripping over flat surfaces.
Waiting patiently, acting, drawing/painting (I can draw a boat though, that counts?), handling trolls and concealing my feelings.
Get to Know Me Better
1. What is one of your bad habits?
I bite my nails, especially when I’m anxious.
2. What is the worst thing that could happen to your life right now?
Losing hope and giving up on my dreams.(
3. Three things that make you happy
- When a baby smiles at me
- A good view
4. What have you learned the hard way?
Adulting. Still learning tho. Can you believe, it came with no manual?
5. What makes you feel old?
Cassettes, phone books and half-sneakers.
6. What colour are your eyes?
7. Have you ever had a near death experience?
Yes. And it shaped my life tremendously.
8. If you could ask your future-self one question, what would it be?
“How’s it like, living your dream?”
9. What was your favourite birthday?
My 18th birthday.
10. What do you think the greatest invention has been?
11. Are you an introvert or an extrovert?
A bit of both really.
12. What’s the greatest thing about being your nationality?
We are the friendliest! And we have Chambo! We should probably consider putting that Chambo on our flag.
13. What was your first job?
Crew Member at McDonald’s.
14. Would you ever let your parents pick out a partner for you?
NOPE! Certainly not. I love you, mum and dad; but nah, not this decision.
15. What stereotype do you completely live up to?
I love me some fried chicken! And I can’t swim to save my life.
16. What superpower would ruin the world?
Reading other people’s thoughts.
17. What is one thing you want to be good at?
18. Biggest disappointment?
19. Would you change your first name if you could?
No, I really like my name.
20. Do you usually remember your dreams in the morning?
Yes. For like, 2 seconds.
21. What’s the most beautiful place you’ve ever been?
22. What do you have within arm’s reach of your bed?
My bible, charger, notebooks, salt and handbag.
23. What’s the worst chat up line you’ve ever heard?
“Asisi, ndikukufunani banja.” – a vendor at Mponda Bwino market.
24. What are some things you’ve had to unlearn?
- Something bad will happen whenever you feel happy.
- Being alone and not fitting in means you’re a loser.
- One can only be truly happy when they’ve achieved their goals.
25. If you could offer a new-born child one piece of advice, what would it be?
You’re only here for a short while – find your passion and pursue it.