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Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka

Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka

By Nabuguzi Kiwanuka

A forum where we unravel social constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more that affects us in the millennial world around us. On here, we explore pertinent thought provoking conversations, society is silent about.

The discourses hereon are both experience-based and may also highlight professional guidelines.

Expect monologues, interviews and co-hosted episodes.

Disclaimer: This podcast is not meant to replace your relationship with a mental health professional.
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Find Your True Self (with Ojok Okello) - EPISODE 93

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Be Intentional Like Never Before - EPISODE 95
Be Intentional Like Never Before - EPISODE 95
SEASON 4 OFFICIAL OPENING What happened during my break? Where are we going wrong? What is new? *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
13:07
February 01, 2023
Entering 2023 with Kawagga
Entering 2023 with Kawagga
Kawagga should have closed these Entering 2023 mini-series, in the first week of 2023 but I managed to catch the much-needed rest. From his sharing, Kawagga is one of the few people who had a smooth ride in 2022. A couple of dreams were achieved and he continues to hope for the very best in the life ahead. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
16:20
January 30, 2023
Entering 2023 with Kirungi
Entering 2023 with Kirungi
In today's moment of reflection, Kirungi takes us on a deep dive into her 2022 experience breaking down, in an elaborative way, the lessons she wishes for herself and for our own good, to carry into 2023 and those she believes should be incinerated in 2022 for us to jump into a new season of growth, come 2023. Mindfulness is at the core of Kirungi's reflection and you sure will revel in its publication. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
57:18
December 30, 2022
Entering 2023 with Natsite
Entering 2023 with Natsite
This is the second publication of our reflection moments with some of our 2022 guests and in it, we have Natiste. She is a teacher and the proprietor of KiLEMBA. In her moment of reflection on the podcast, I found it imperative for her, as a teacher, to highlight the difficulties (on the part of the students) that came with the reopening of schools, in Uganda, this year.  If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
14:13
December 29, 2022
Entering 2023 with Kaggwa
Entering 2023 with Kaggwa
In the spirit of reflection and assessment, I ran polls on three social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter), asking people what 2022 was like for them. Thoughts were shared and "smooth" ranked at 7%, "a balance of both" at 42% then "one hell of a bumpy ride" took the highest percentage at 51%.  In this publication, Kaggwa breaks down for us his 2022 experience, specifically, the period between when his episode was released to the day I talked to him. He shares with us what he believes should be locked up in 2022 and what should be carried forward to 2023. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
30:21
December 28, 2022
Nabu's Journal Week 8
Nabu's Journal Week 8
In this joyous, happiness-filled and merry-making season, we cannot overlook the fact that it isn't all about making merry for some of us. This journal calls us to be more empathetic and kind to each other so that we make the season easier on us all. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
09:27
December 25, 2022
Reach Out More (with Cheta Igbokwe) - EPISODE 94
Reach Out More (with Cheta Igbokwe) - EPISODE 94
Cheta is an award-winning Nigerian playwright and in our conversation, he highlights the emotional value of having friends who still hear you, when words fail. The episode is a reflection of how possible it is for both grief and gratitude, to coexist.   If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:04:42
December 06, 2022
Nabu's Journal Week 7
Nabu's Journal Week 7
For a couple of weeks, Nabuguzi has been reading the Woman Beneath Her Feet anthology (authored by Kenyan Writers). The stories and their relatability with what's happening in society are what got her glued to the end. The stories also made her feel like she's quite the kind who enjoys gossip and she's here to share the gossip and hearty laughter with you. It is a perfect way to start the week so missing out on it may be just one way to say you do not deserve good things, yet we know YOU DO. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
29:42
December 04, 2022
Find Your True Self (with Ojok Okello) - EPISODE 93
Find Your True Self (with Ojok Okello) - EPISODE 93
Ojok Okello is a rural futurist and the founder of Okere City. In his quest for a sense of belonging in his paternal village, Ojok found himself transforming what should have been his country home, into an early childhood development centre. In this episode, Ojok and I, touch a bit on the impact of war on one's mental health and further discussed African heritage and the colonial distortion thereof. If anything resonates with you during our conversation, remember to share it on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
48:45
November 29, 2022
It Gets Better With Time (with Chishimba Malisawa) - EPISODE 92
It Gets Better With Time (with Chishimba Malisawa) - EPISODE 92
Chishimba Malisawa is a Zambian author, computer scientist, and proud Christian. Chishimba is passionate about making a difference in society and this is evident in the kind of content she continues to create and distribute. In this episode, Malisawa, among other things, breaks down the best way to handle time and expectations when it comes to relationships.  If anything resonates with you during our conversation, remember to share it on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:08:55
November 22, 2022
Nabu's Journal Week 6
Nabu's Journal Week 6
As we wind down the year, it is imperative for us to evaluate our circles and the environments we believed we thrived in. In this week's Journal, Nabuguzi touches a bit on toxicity in friendships and how important it is for us to speak more about them because we are losing our loved ones in them as much as we do in toxic relationships and marriages.  *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
15:44
November 21, 2022
Change Your Mindset (with Denis Duke) - EPSODE 91
Change Your Mindset (with Denis Duke) - EPSODE 91
The multi-hyphenate Denis Woniala also known as Denis Duke is, among other things, a journalist, proprietor of The Duke's Farm, and the newly opened Sungura House. His ability to spread his wings as wide as he can and where he draws his inspiration to do so are some of the things we tackle in this episode. It's full of great insights and gems you wouldn't want to miss; and if anything resonates with you during our conversation, remember to share on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:02:13
November 15, 2022
Nabu's Journal Week 5
Nabu's Journal Week 5
Over a phone call recording, we have our Episode 25 guest, Dr. Anna Grace Awilli, reflected on her week in a triad of what she learned, what shocked her, and what made her happy. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
27:24
November 13, 2022
Stay True To Your Heart (with Stom Wabuko) - EPISODE 90
Stay True To Your Heart (with Stom Wabuko) - EPISODE 90
The brilliant and hilarious Stom Wabuko a.ka al-Madusi graced us with his presence and from this episode, describing him by only one of his talents is a disservice so he and I christened him, Stom the Polymath artist so that we can ably cover all his zones of excellence. In the episode, we broke down his poem TIRED to help us understand the behind-the-scenes of its creation and how it magnifies the mental struggles of the millennials in an African setting. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. The episode is a cocktail of humor and vulnerability, so buckle up. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
57:53
November 12, 2022
Nabu's Journal Week 4
Nabu's Journal Week 4
A hundredth!!! This is the hundredth published audio on the podcast and it is also Week 4 on Nabu's Journal. In this Journal Nabuguzi made some calls to friends to talk about the major social media highlight of the week and she also went ahead to share a bit about how "staying at the party" made it possible for her to stay on the podcast for the hundredth time.   If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
25:27
November 06, 2022
Be Mindful (with Mona Herbert) - EPISODE 89
Be Mindful (with Mona Herbert) - EPISODE 89
Mona Herbert among other things is a mental health enthusiast and in this episode, he highlights how the combination of finding the right help, change of lifestyle, mindfulness, and time, has a positive impact on one's mental health.  If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
54:45
November 02, 2022
Nabu's Journal Week 3
Nabu's Journal Week 3
When we ask people to reach out to us, in their moments of pain, do we do it, well aware that we are equipped with the right tools to be the ones they should reach out to? I believe one of the most grueling forms of regret is the usage of wrong words on other people, worse on the people struggling with unimaginable depths of emotional pain; and this is very possible when we are caught unaware with so much information, we would not know how to deal with, even on a personal level. This is where Nabuguzi is coming from, in this week's journal. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
11:30
October 31, 2022
Mental Health in Nigeria (with Esther Timothy & Udeme Okono) - EPISODE 88
Mental Health in Nigeria (with Esther Timothy & Udeme Okono) - EPISODE 88
This year's World Mental Health Day Theme is Make mental health and well-being for all a global priority and in respect of the same, (on 15th October) Nabuguzi Kiwanuka took a virtual trip to Nigeria and had a conversation with some of the country's mental health practitioners, that is; Esther Timothy & Udeme Okono. From the episode, they have both dedicated themselves to not only advocating for mental health but also making mental health services accessible to the Nigerians they have so far been able to serve.  The episode highlights: Nigeria's mental health law status,  Individual views on mental health,  Stigma and  everything in between that affects their practice in the mental health field. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
50:48
October 25, 2022
Nabu's Journal Week 2
Nabu's Journal Week 2
We have a new segment - Nabu's Journal and this segment will come in weeks; this episode forms week 2 and in it, Nabuguzi reflects on her rumination on death, and what it means to deal with grief. Nabu's Journal is a segment created on the basis that there are so many things that happen to us and around us; and some, if not most times,  we do not get to talk about or reflect on them. We end up carrying them into the new week and only get to cleanse on Wednesdays when a fresh episode is upon us. What to Expect: Weekly Experiences, lessons, side eyes, humor, and Episode reviews read out loud (consent to attach the name of the publisher of the review, is paramount) If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
25:09
October 23, 2022
Quit Toxic Environments (with Mercy Geno Apachi) - EPISODE 87
Quit Toxic Environments (with Mercy Geno Apachi) - EPISODE 87
Mercy Geno Apachi is a journalist by profession and a poet by passion. From this episode, we learn that Poetry for Geno made it easier for her to set her emotions in motion, right from childhood to date. Mercy is one of those people who held onto their dream for over a decade only for societal standards to snatch it from them. In this conversation, she and I went over how and why her journey to pursue her love for journalism came to a still. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
47:32
October 18, 2022
Nabu's Journal Week 1
Nabu's Journal Week 1
The  New News on the podcast is that we have a new segment- Nabu's Journal and it has been created on the basis that there are so many things that happen to us and around us; and some, if not most times,  we do not get to talk about or reflect on them. We end up carrying them into the new week and only get to cleanse on Wednesdays when a fresh episode is upon us.  The Journals will come in weeks and this forms week 1. What to Expect: Weekly Experiences, lessons, side eyes, humor, and Episode reviews read out loud (consent to attach the name of the publisher of the review, is paramount) If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
29:57
October 16, 2022
Do Whatever it Takes To Stay (with Auma Rita) - EPISODE 86
Do Whatever it Takes To Stay (with Auma Rita) - EPISODE 86
Auma Rita is at the center of lawyering, advocating for mental health, and running heart to heart spaces. On social media, Auma will slay, give you the good vibes and also give you facts and the hard truths about mental health.  Episode highlights:  the importance of addressing pain as opposed to suppressing it  how emotional pain can manifest in physical pain  her journey to rebuilding trust  what widens the communication gap for people battling with mental illnesses  If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession.  *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
45:35
October 11, 2022
Listen To Your Body (with Lorna Nakabuye) - EPISODE 85
Listen To Your Body (with Lorna Nakabuye) - EPISODE 85
Lorna Nakabuye is a mental health therapist and the proprietor of Kampala Counseling Services - a private outpatient mental health clinic. Having started her practice in the US, Lorna, in this conversation shares the subtle differences in the way US and Uganda handle mental health. She also emphasizes the mental needs of primary caregivers and further leaves us a guide on where to seek mental health professional help. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:11:30
October 05, 2022
Take Care of Your Sanity (with Jackie Kyolaba) - EPISODE 84
Take Care of Your Sanity (with Jackie Kyolaba) - EPISODE 84
Jackie's story is one that highlights her life, before and after she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. In this episode, she is not just a vessel of hope but a channel through which courage flows. This episode contains material that may be traumatizing to some audiences; Listener discretion is advised. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
58:50
September 28, 2022
Stay Close To Your Source (with Wake) - EPISODE 83
Stay Close To Your Source (with Wake) - EPISODE 83
Wake is a Christian spoken word Artist, Rapper, and Music producer. The first time I attended a poetry night at the university, was also the first time I saw Wake perform and I have since re-echoed his name because of such a great performance he put up that night. 7 years later or thereabouts, here we are bringing you episode 83. Music, Poetry, and Mental health vis-à-vis Christianity are focal topics in this conversation.  If anything resonates with you during our conversation share it with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession.  *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:08:39
September 20, 2022
Suicide Prevention Awareness - EPISODE 82
Suicide Prevention Awareness - EPISODE 82
In commemoration of the world suicide Prevention day (10th September), Nabuguzi Kiwanuka, while at the Mental Health Run event, interacted with some of the participants. In the episode, Nabuguzi Kiwanuka focused on 3 questions, that is;  - What was your perception of suicide?  - How do you perceive it now? - What message would you leave the listener? If anything resonates with you during our conversation share with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
32:39
September 14, 2022
Nourish Your Mind (with Hazel Muriro) - EPISODE 81
Nourish Your Mind (with Hazel Muriro) - EPISODE 81
Hazel Muriro Kobusingye, is a psychologist, founder of Mindful Uganda and as a lover of wine, she's the godmother of The Wine library. Through Mindful Uganda, Hazel creates a bridge to make it easier for Ugandans to access mental health professional help. She has been here before and her first appearance on the podcast is in episodes 9 and 10, dedicated to the suicide prevention awareness month in 2020. In this episode, we get to know her a little more while we delve into: - why and how she chose to study psychology - what influenced the inception of Mindful Uganda - where she sees Mindful Uganda and so much more that you'll catch up on during the conversation. If anything resonates with you during our conversation share with us on social media with the #HTNKinsession *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:03:04
September 07, 2022
Answered questions and Lessons - EPISODE 80
Answered questions and Lessons - EPISODE 80
This is a solo show and Nabuguzi Kiwanuka takes time to answer some of the follower and listener questions related to the podcast and some episodes and content shared on the social media platforms. Episode Highlights: So why mental health? Have you ever struggled with mental health? What does it mean to be kind to yourself? Doesn't falling in love with yourself breed narcissism? Lessons If anything resonates with you during the conversation share with us on social media using the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
48:56
August 31, 2022
You Are Worthy (with Winter Lawyerz) - EPISODE 79
You Are Worthy (with Winter Lawyerz) - EPISODE 79
Winter Sylvia Diana Atwooki also known as Winter Lawyerz, is a lawyer but more so an embodiment of an unraveller of social constructs. Winter chooses equality and equity at anytime of the day and this conversation goes no further than that. This episode highlights: how womanhood was introduced to Winter, as a child  womanhood in society  self-development in terms of self awareness/acceptance, self-assessment and the best way to move forward how the way you relate with yourself directly impacts your relationships with other people and the importance of belonging to social circles If anything resonates with you during the conversation share with us on social media using the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:07:43
August 23, 2022
Recovering from Addiction (with Emanzi Ian) - EPISODE 78
Recovering from Addiction (with Emanzi Ian) - EPISODE 78
Emanzi Ian is the embodiment of the personal development we should all thrive for. His struggles and recovery from addiction is the reason for this episode. During the conversation Ian opened us up to the pitfalls of capitalism that led him into using alcohol from the age of seven. In this conversation, we dived into all the phases of alcohol usage that culminated into drug dependency; until he grew into the stage of rehabilitation. The conversation highlights: Before rehabilitation The impact of drug and alcohol dependency or usage Rehabilitation Relapse The possibility of recovery after relapse and his life ahead. If anything resonates with you during the conversation share with us on social media using the #HTNKinsession. *** LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:03:41
August 17, 2022
Be Kind To Yourself (with Katherine Nyahanga) - EPISODE 77
Be Kind To Yourself (with Katherine Nyahanga) - EPISODE 77
This Wednesday I am in conversation with none other than the person whose name is synonymous with Gratitude - Katherine Nyahanga. Nyahanga runs Gratitude with Karth, a blog she created to help cultivate healing and hope through gratitude. Her sharings calls for us to bloom where we are planted. In this episode she and I explored; Parenting from a safe and healthy space Anxiety and the power of being present How gratitude impacts our emotional and mental well-being The importance of changing the way "you speak to yourself" If something resonates with you during our conversation please share with us on social media using the hashtag #HTNKinsession. LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
55:09
August 09, 2022
Make Every Moment Count (with Hilary Okello) - EPISODE 76
Make Every Moment Count (with Hilary Okello) - EPISODE 76
One of the wonders I would swear was impossible to find was someone doubling as a doctor and a comedian. On set with me today, is Dr. Hilary Okello. He is the only medical personnel in Uganda making a living from comedy. The first time I saw his profile on social media, I was sure Dr is just a title he picked on to stand out amongst his fellow stand-up comedians but to my shock he was indeed a doctor and since then I have been very curious about how he found himself at the intersection of science and art.  Our conversation explores; his childhood,  his love for both medicine and fun,  the importance of a tribe that encourages your craft  and so much more you will get to hear. If something resonates with you during our conversation please share with us on social media using the hashtag #HTNKinsession. LINKS Website Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:09:02
August 02, 2022
Take a Pause: Pink Noise
Take a Pause: Pink Noise
Improve your mood, motivation, focus, sleep, and abate brain fog, with this Pink Noise. Pink noise like white noise, mask out distractive sounds that may distract your ability to focus or sleep. The frequencies are lower in Pink Noise, something that makes most people prefer it more than White Noise. The patterns of Pink Noise are often found in nature, such as the sound of steady rainfall, ocean waves, and leaves rustling. This ambient sound should be your hack for better sleep, meditation, study, focus, concentration and to help calm and soothe. *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:00:60
July 26, 2022
Take a Pause: Brown Noise
Take a Pause: Brown Noise
While Pink Noise is said to be deeper than White Noise, in tone and intensity, Brown Noise is a bit deeper than pink. Brown Noise a.k.a Red Noise amplifies its lower frequencies more than Pink Noise does and by doing so, it produces a deep comforting sound that blocks disruptive noises.  CNN Health connects Brown Noise to “the rumble of strong winds, a rushing river or pounding surf.” Some suggest it is best used for concentration but you can also use it for: Relaxation Sleep aid, and Noise-Blocking *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:01:45
July 19, 2022
Take a Pause: Pink Noise (with serene music)
Take a Pause: Pink Noise (with serene music)
Improve your mood, motivation, focus, sleep, and abate brain fog, with this Pink Noise. Pink noise like white noise, mask out distractive sounds that may distract your ability to focus or sleep. The frequencies are lower in Pink Noise, something that makes most people prefer it more than White Noise. The patterns of Pink Noise are often found in nature, such as the sound of steady rainfall, ocean waves, and leaves rustling. This ambient sound combo of pink noise and calm piano music (by Harumachi) should be your hack for better sleep, meditation, study, focus, concentration and to help calm and soothe.  *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:01:02
July 12, 2022
Take a Pause: White Noise
Take a Pause: White Noise
We are taking a pause from auto piloting for us to recalibrate and practice mindfulness. By masking distracting sounds, White Noise helps you to Focus, Relax, Sleep; by abating restlessness while exploring a deep state of mind. Benefits of White Noise: Reduced Anxiety Improved Sleep (when played at bed time) Fewer Distractions (at night and at work) *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:01:39
July 06, 2022
Fall in Love With Yourself (with Ainembabazi Samantha) - EPISODE 75
Fall in Love With Yourself (with Ainembabazi Samantha) - EPISODE 75
Ainembabazi Samantha is a mother, a poet, a consultant for non-profit organisations, a mental health advocate, a body positivity activist and the Founder of Twena, an organic skin and hair care line. If you have been attentive enough, you will realise that mass media and society continue dictate what a good body should look like. Some prescribe thick as recommendable and others dictate that thinner is better. Samantha from an early age has been on the receiving end of vitriol because of her size and shape but as a body positivity activist, through her body positivity campaign “Size Yange” she continues to help women of all sizes and shapes, to build confidence and self-esteem. The episode highlights how one’s body image can affect one’s mental health.  *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:17:60
June 28, 2022
Find Someone To Confide In (with Sewajje Ivan) - EPISODE 74
Find Someone To Confide In (with Sewajje Ivan) - EPISODE 74
Involved Fathers have a direct impact on their children's future. This week we are celebrating Fathers in our lives and my guest is none other than Sewajje Ivan. He is the creative and brand manager at The Innovation village and a single father of two. He accepted to join us this week to share his experience of fatherhood through the lens of a single father. He comes with loads of lessons to pick from, in this conversation and I cannot wait for you to catch them. *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:01:46
June 22, 2022
Take Care of Yourself First (with Akidi Winnie Adile) - EPISODE 73
Take Care of Yourself First (with Akidi Winnie Adile) - EPISODE 73
Akidi Winnie Adile is the founder of WEtalk Series Uganda, an organisation that uses digital storytelling while integrating the social inclusion approach of sign language, to promote gender equality, good health and well-being of young people with universal access to information to make informed decisions. Akidi was elected for 2022-2023 as the Regional Leader of Africa with the Global Member Advisory Board. Do you remember this year’s Women’s Day theme? Winnie, from her shared life experience, in this episode, is the embodiment of breaking the bias. As a teenager, she stood tall and braved the waves of tribalism and gender bias. This conversation is also a revelation of social scientists’ finding, that names influence personalities. *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
50:33
June 14, 2022
Re-educate Yourself (with Danze Edwin) - EPISODE 72
Re-educate Yourself (with Danze Edwin) - EPISODE 72
Danze Edwin (DANZE Deejahn) is a Ugandan Digital Marketer, Content Curator, Television Producer, Gamer, Creative, Media Personality, and a Social Media Influencer. He prides in fatherhood and is confident it is one of the things he is doing right, in his life. Danze figured out the gimmicks of trading online, in 2011 and this has since made him work with various reputable companies and brands, in Uganda. In the episode, he opens us to the fact that there is a life beyond an online one, we should be more careful about. As someone who has been active on social media for over a decade, he was witnessed himself transform into a more emotionally intelligent person when it comes to interacting with both friends and strangers. Such transformations are at the heart of this podcast. *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:17:44
June 07, 2022
Evaluate Your State of Mind (with Bura Bari Nwilo) - EPISODE 71
Evaluate Your State of Mind (with Bura Bari Nwilo) - EPISODE 71
Religion on the internet, is defined as a personal set or institutionalized system of religious attitudes, beliefs, and practices. However, many a times we are caught in arguments over whose God or personal system of belief is more superior. Such sense of superiority cost Sokoto a 200 level student, Deborah Samuels, when her fellow students stoned her to death and subsequently burnt her body. Bura Bari Nwilo, a writer, poet and entrepreneur from Nigeria and in the conversation he shared how the events that rendered the deceased blasphemous unfolded. Bura asks so many questions that would inspire us to evaluate ourselves and there is no better person to listen to this episode, other than you. *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
32:14
June 01, 2022
Mental Health Month (with Onyango Otieno) - EPISODE 70
Mental Health Month (with Onyango Otieno) - EPISODE 70
In commemoration of the mental health awareness month, Onyango Otieno and Nabuguzi Kiwanuka, in this episode, share experiences on how one’s mental health status can affect emotions, thoughts and behaviors. The two relied on some subtle symptoms and signs and also brought forward some unhealthy environments that affect us unknowingly; how we cope adaptively and maladaptively; and finally how all of us are a work in progress. The episode is a co-hosted one. Onyango speaks, Nabuguzi speaks. A Kenya-Uganda trans-border kind of relatability. Experiences shared in the episode: Withdrawal from friends and activities Eating Habits How unhealthy relationships affect our mental health Extreme feelings of guilt or worries Low Energy, Reduced ability to concentrate & problems sleeping Sex Drive (especially after rape) *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:14:44
May 24, 2022
Learn From Your Experiences (with Timothy Jjumba Omar) - EPISODE 69
Learn From Your Experiences (with Timothy Jjumba Omar) - EPISODE 69
Timothy Jjumba Omar is a radio imager, producer, voice artist and the co-founder of the Recap Brand House. The episode highlights how he ended up in the radio industry, voice artistry and his dreams for Recap Brand House. He further shares insights about how best we can learn from society. *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:05:05
May 17, 2022
Communication Is Key (with Zoe Nakuya) - EPISODE 68
Communication Is Key (with Zoe Nakuya) - EPISODE 68
Mama is by far the the most widely used word in different languages, to mean mother; and in commemoration of this year’s mother’s day, we could not get any other social construct unraveller save for the former Miss Uganda (2002/2003), Dr. Zoe Nakuya. She is a medical doctor and a health policy specialist who, at the core, values wellbeing, joy, happiness, passion, inner peace and authenticity. She is the author of Choose to live happily even after and in the book, she serves a collection of 9 empowering life lessons for the African single mother, and any person who has experienced single parenthood.  In this episode, she gifts us her wisdom and further shares about how she experienced some moments in which she stood for what she believed in.  *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:00:10
May 10, 2022
Go Past The Rules (with Jeff Jjombwe) - EPISODE 67
Go Past The Rules (with Jeff Jjombwe) - EPISODE 67
Jjombwe Jeff Jephthah. He is the kind of artist whose unwavering decision to pursue art started at an age most of us were barely sure of what we would be, as adults. Jjombwe believes that for one to reach exceptional heights of recognition, talent should go hand in hand with hard work. *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:13:25
May 03, 2022
Give Yourself Time (with Hudson Hunx) - EPISODE 66
Give Yourself Time (with Hudson Hunx) - EPISODE 66
Hudson Hunx is this episode's guest. He is a singer, writer, music producer, instrumentalist and so much more that you will get to hear, in the episode. The episode validates the necessity of asking for help AND how much we need to do good for others. It further highlights a call to society to break away from the stereotypes it upholds against Art. LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
53:39
April 26, 2022
Hard Truths Need To Be Told (with Kaggwa Mayiga) - EPISODE 65
Hard Truths Need To Be Told (with Kaggwa Mayiga) - EPISODE 65
Among the seven reasons why you should tell the truth, Shape Your Happiness suggests that telling the truth is important for everyone to grow. Our guest today is Kaggwa Mayiga. He is an Arts and Culture Journalist, among other things. He is a professional table shaker who uses all the skills and knowledge he has learned in the arts world, to ask artistes or contributors to the arts industry to do better. In the episode, we are talking art, journalism, his journey into it and everything in between. Kaggwa is blessing us with the information he shares in this episode.  *** LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:23:05
April 20, 2022
Don't Get Comfortable (With Olivia Mugabe) - EPISODE 64
Don't Get Comfortable (With Olivia Mugabe) - EPISODE 64
Olivia Mugabe is the proprietor of La Roza City Resort. Mugabe sits at the intersection of various descriptives and one of them is that she is one of 2021’s Member of Parliament Aspirants. In the episode, among other things, Olivia emphasizes how valuable parent-child relationships are and while we went on about this, she shared her journey on raising a child who is handicapped with Cerebral Palsy. Society’s views on cerebral palsy and the need for us to create spaces in which all kinds of children can thrive, form part of this Episode. ***  LINKS Pay for Merchandise here. Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
01:29:12
April 12, 2022
Normalise Difficult Conversations - EPISODE 63
Normalise Difficult Conversations - EPISODE 63
Gratitude is a noun. It is a warm feeling of thankfulness towards the world, or towards specific individuals. In such a turbulent world that constantly challenges our ability to stay on our feet, the smidgens of gratefulness are like droplets of water on a dry leaf. They repair our brokenness. They refill our cups. In this solo episode, Nabuguzi points out some of the moments that inspire gratitude and further goes on to answer the common questions related to Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka.  Why the podcast? Why Mental Health? What took her so long to start? (Touching a bit on Imposter Syndrome and how to thrive beyond it) We hope that as a result of listening to this episode, you manage to create moments that allow you to be the starter and a willing participant in difficult conversations. Whether with yourself or the people you keep experiencing in life.  *** LINKS  Pay for Merchandise here.  Podcast - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter  Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
24:12
April 06, 2022
Do better (with Lus ThePoet) - EPISODE 62
Do better (with Lus ThePoet) - EPISODE 62
Lus ThePoet is a creative artist, a poet and the founder of Lus and the Band. He is a phenomenal poetry artist whose work continues to speak for itself. The episode was all about humor and banter until it dawned on Nabuguzi that a poem of his that she loves dearly, was not just a random creation but rather Lus’ personal experience with domestic violence. He shared about his experience with domestic violence; brokenness and its effects. We also talked about his views on love and much as we did not agree on some of his ideas on that subject matter, we really cannot wait for you to hang out with him.
01:05:06
March 29, 2022
Understanding Autism (with Hope Kizito) - EPISODE 61
Understanding Autism (with Hope Kizito) - EPISODE 61
Hope Kizito is an occupational therapist and an educator who is passionate when it comes to working with children especially those who need an extra guiding hand in their process of development. Kizito has continued to use his social media platforms to share tips and raise awareness on how best we can be part of a child’s growth process and one of the main topics he continues to dissect for us, is Autism. He shares a lot of educational gems, in this episode.
01:06:55
March 23, 2022
Love Yourself (with Natsite Winnie) - EPISODE 60
Love Yourself (with Natsite Winnie) - EPISODE 60
Professionally, Natsite is a teacher and as an entrepreneur, she is the godmother of KiLEMBA. She has mastered the different styles of head wraps and it is safe to call her a wonder maker of Head wraps. For a Muganda that I am, I often pronounced KiLEMBA as Kiremba and this is because in Luganda, ekiremba is a turban and it was until we became friends that she corrected me. Hers was an inspiration drawn from Swahili and yes, it has the same meaning as the Luganda one.
46:13
March 15, 2022
Just do It (with Mukeshimana Dathive) - EPISODE 59
Just do It (with Mukeshimana Dathive) - EPISODE 59
Boda bodas are one of the easiest transport means when getting around Kampala. The Boda boda (in Uganda and Kenya), Moto (in Rwanda) and Okada (in Nigeria) business is largely dominated by men but with us today, is Mukeshimana Dathive who is one of the few women in Uganda doing the boda business. After trying out different Business ideas, Dathive went ahead and got registered as one of the Safe Boda riders, making her the second woman to work with the ride hailing company. In this episode, she shares about her experience in the business and goes ahead to expound on how she keeps learning from her mistakes.
40:52
March 08, 2022
Work on Yourself (with Kenneth Mugabi) - EPISODE 58
Work on Yourself (with Kenneth Mugabi) - EPISODE 58
Kenneth Mugabi is the extraordinary Afrosoul singer-songwriter, who has for the past ten years - right from his time in school, committed himself to writing songs and serenading his audience. During our conversation we discovered how timeless his songs are, when Kenneth disclosed that he wrote some of the songs on his newly released album, while he was still in school. Mugabi has never taken No for an answer when it comes to his career; and he is proof that persistence and consistency do yield results.
01:15:32
March 02, 2022
Be Accountable (with Tamale Kawagga) - EPISODE 57
Be Accountable (with Tamale Kawagga) - EPISODE 57
In today’s episode we have an all-round artist. Tamale Kawagga defines someone at the intersection of more than two forms of art and in this conversation we get to talk about the artistic versions of him in visual arts, cinema and music. This episode touches various corners of Kawagga’s life. Growth, Persistence, Grief, Happiness, Accountability, Self-assessment and everything in between, are themes to look out for in this episode.
01:09:58
February 22, 2022
Be Positive (with Michael Kitanda) - EPISODE 56
Be Positive (with Michael Kitanda) - EPISODE 56
The soft spoken Jazz Maestro, Michael Kitanda, is one of the game changers in Uganda's music industry and in this episode we talked about his musical journey; how it all started, up until he got recognised on a national level. What inspired him to gravitate towards Jazz, is all in this conversation.
01:03:13
February 16, 2022
Be Authentic (with Kirungi Brendalynn) - EPISODE 55
Be Authentic (with Kirungi Brendalynn) - EPISODE 55
Kirungi Brendalynn is a storyteller, MC and a coach noticeably inclined to advocating for authenticity. Kirungi is one of those people who rock the boats that need to be rocked and is equally not scared when it comes to shaking tables that need to be shaken. In this conversation, she emphasized how crucial it is to cultivate deeper self when it comes to journeying to authenticity.
01:10:16
February 09, 2022
Do the work (with Faith Mulungi) - EPISODE 54
Do the work (with Faith Mulungi) - EPISODE 54
Faith Mulungi is a digital communication consultant, founder of Imani foundation and the host of the catch up. She is a multipotentialite and in this conversation we get to talk about what it is that inspires her to get all the work done, in her areas of service. Mulungi is one of the conversation starters we have in our millennial times and how she does that effortlessly is why we are here today. 
01:06:48
February 01, 2022
Stay True To Yourself (with Patience A Kizito) - EPISODE 53
Stay True To Yourself (with Patience A Kizito) - EPISODE 53
In this episode, We have the one and only Godmother of Sarayu Cleaners company, Patience Adyeeri Kizito. She has all your answers when it comes to online brand management. While we went on and on about our conversation about life it came to my realization that Patience is an embodiment of Charles R. Swindoll's quote - Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it. In the episode she speaks about the value of honesty coupled with delivering quality, when it comes to sustaining and growing your clientele. 
51:56
January 26, 2022
Let us be in Charge (with Rosey Ssembatya) - EPISODE 52
Let us be in Charge (with Rosey Ssembatya) - EPISODE 52
Rosey Ssembatya is a child protection enthusiast, an author of a much-needed book - Where can I start? and the founder of Malaika Children’s Mobile Library. She is a cocktail of a lot more that you will get to discover in the episode as it unfolds. In it we get to talk about how best we can communicate with children, what it’s like working with them, and most of all, when is the right time to introduce sex education to the children. Ssembatya is an embodiment of someone willing to talk about the things society is shying away from.
01:07:01
January 18, 2022
Focus on what lights you up (with Rebecca Nanjego) - EPISODE 51
Focus on what lights you up (with Rebecca Nanjego) - EPISODE 51
In this episode, we have the phenomenal Rebecca Nanjego. She is a multi-passionate entrepreneur on a mission to help women become the best version of themselves, mentally + physically; and this has been manifested in the content she creates. Nanjego's social platforms have a magnetic effect that leaves you looking forward to what her creative mind will come up with next. In this conversation she walks us through her childhood experiences, how she figured out what aligns with her spirit and a lot more about her that you may have never imagined.
53:25
January 12, 2022
Season 3 - Introduction
Season 3 - Introduction
Welcome to Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka's Season 3. This is the place where we help you unravel social constructs, discuss self-development in line with mental health, emotional well-being  and everything in between that directly or indirectly affects us in the millennial world around us. My goal is to create a virtual platform for you and I, to explore and engage in pertinent conversations society is silent about. What you get out of this is without doubt, a chance for you to have moments of self-assessment, so that you can ably jump into your next best season.
09:03
January 06, 2022
We need to heal (with Oburungi Bwirizayo) - EPISODE 50
We need to heal (with Oburungi Bwirizayo) - EPISODE 50
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is the soft spoken healer and teacher, Oburungi Bwirizayo. In this reflectional episode, she gets to share with us her life story plus a snippet of how her mental health was affected and everything in between. She went on to break down what it's like when one is not mentally healthy.
58:38
October 13, 2021
Be Kind (with Amito Mitra) - EPISODE 49
Be Kind (with Amito Mitra) - EPISODE 49
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Amito Mitra. She doubles as a procurement officer and a YouTuber, and on this episode we take no other route apart from knowing her story; how she mastered youtubing, how she managed to beat a life threatening condition and everything in between.
01:28:56
October 06, 2021
Brace yourself (with Okello Herbert Andrew) - EPISODE 48
Brace yourself (with Okello Herbert Andrew) - EPISODE 48
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, Okello Herbert Andrew a.k.a OHA. He is a lawyer and a creative writer. OHA is the founder of Untold Stories Uganda, a digital social platform that offers a glimpse into the experiences and lives of ordinary people living in Uganda through photography and storytelling. The genesis of his love for storytelling, how and why he started the digital platform are all on this episode.
56:45
September 28, 2021
Talk about it (with Jerisha Namulondo) - EPISODE 47
Talk about it (with Jerisha Namulondo) - EPISODE 47
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is the proprietor of Jerisha events - Jerisha Namulondo. Jerisha Namulondo started her entrepreneurial journey at the age of 19 and on this episode she shares a snippet of her life and her overall entrepreneurial experience.
54:20
September 22, 2021
Get to the root cause (with Tina Ntulo) - EPISODE 46
Get to the root cause (with Tina Ntulo) - EPISODE 46
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. Suicide is a lot more prevalent in this age and the World Health organisation captures the magnitude of this challenge when it sights that every 40 seconds, someone dies by suicide. On this episode Tina Ntulo, an over two decade practising psychologist journeys us through how best we can prevent suicide.
51:52
September 15, 2021
Dealing with Grief (with Tina Ntulo) - EPISODE 45
Dealing with Grief (with Tina Ntulo) - EPISODE 45
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Tina Ntulo. She is an over two decade practising psychologist currently working with Strong Minds Uganda. In this episode she and I talk about grief and its impact on our mental health.
54:32
September 08, 2021
Coping with COVID-19 (with Dr. Ezra Nnunda) - EPISODE 44
Coping with COVID-19 (with Dr. Ezra Nnunda) - EPISODE 44
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, Dr. Ezra Nnunda helps us understand how to cope with COVID-19, the post COVID syndrome and everything in between.
54:02
September 01, 2021
Feminism - A Man's Perspective (with Oduor Jagero) - EPISODE 43
Feminism - A Man's Perspective (with Oduor Jagero) - EPISODE 43
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, Oduor Jagero shares his perspective (as a man) on feminism and the Stereotypes tagged on the school of thought.
01:04:45
August 26, 2021
Unravelling Feminism Stereotypes (with Auma Julie & Akoth Otieno) - EPISODE 42
Unravelling Feminism Stereotypes (with Auma Julie & Akoth Otieno) - EPISODE 42
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, Auma, Akoth and Nabuguzi are unravelling feminism stereotypes - a continuation of the previous episode. On the episode the host still gets to learn, relearn and unlearn some aspects on feminism. This raw episode is characterized by laughter, shock and sarcasm.
01:40:20
August 20, 2021
Uprooting Feminism Stereotypes (with Auma Julie & Akoth Otieno) - EPISODE 41
Uprooting Feminism Stereotypes (with Auma Julie & Akoth Otieno) - EPISODE 41
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, Auma, Akoth and Nabuguzi are uprooting feminism stereotypes. On the episode the host gets a chance to learn, relearn and unlearn some aspects on feminism. This raw episode is characterized by laughter, shock and sarcasm.
01:05:12
August 11, 2021
Growth is a process (with Akoth Otieno) - EPISODE 40
Growth is a process (with Akoth Otieno) - EPISODE 40
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is the Knitwear designer extraordinaire, Akoth Otieno. She is the creative director and founder of Olisa Kenya, a knitwear brand that caters to women who care about individuality and originality. She and I talked about her journey of growth and all you need to know about her brand.
01:15:33
August 05, 2021
Humanise Yourself (with Onyango Otieno) - EPISODE 39
Humanise Yourself (with Onyango Otieno) - EPISODE 39
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Onyango Otieno. He is the Godfather of Afro-Masculinity and a Trauma Therapist. Onyango has dedicated himself to unraveling various social constructs and on this episode he talks about where the unraveller in him started and so much more.
01:33:01
July 29, 2021
Define Yourself (with Joyce Kayima) - EPISODE 38
Define Yourself (with Joyce Kayima) - EPISODE 38
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, Joyce Kayima. As a Muganda, born and raised in Kenya, she shares her experience of belonging to two countries yet belonging to none, at the same time.
01:11:51
July 21, 2021
Be patient with yourself (with Boniface Stan Otieno) - EPISODE 37
Be patient with yourself (with Boniface Stan Otieno) - EPISODE 37
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Boniface Stan Otieno. He is a filmmaker, a poet and the Founder of MindArt Studios. In this episode, Stan shares how he switched from his dream of being a professional footballer to filmmaking.
43:20
July 21, 2021
Find what works for you (with Auma Julie) - EPISODE 36
Find what works for you (with Auma Julie) - EPISODE 36
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Auma Julie. She is a Yogapreneur and owner of the Yoga company - Aus Yoga. In this episode, Auma graced us with her growth journey and how she became a Yogi.
01:10:48
July 07, 2021
Father's Day (with Oduor Jagero) - EPISODE 35
Father's Day (with Oduor Jagero) - EPISODE 35
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Oduor Jagero. He is the founder of Koamedia, the Team Lead of CMS Africa and a writer. Oduor believes in the power of conversations with oneself when it comes to unravelling the truest version of oneself. This fire conversation covered his experience with fatherhood and everything in between.
49:55
June 22, 2021
Be Tenacious (with Aweko Faith) - EPISODE 34
Be Tenacious (with Aweko Faith) - EPISODE 34
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Aweko Faith. She is the CEO of Reform Africa and a wastepreneur who is protecting the environment with a touch of fashion and design. In the conversation, she shared what it was like for her to get to the level of transforming plastic bags into affordable, durable and waterproof bags.
50:49
June 15, 2021
Remember why you started (with Kagayi Ngobi) - EPISODE 33
Remember why you started (with Kagayi Ngobi) - EPISODE 33
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Kagayi Ngobi. He is a lawyer, poet extraordinaire, co-founder of a poetry company - Kitara Nation and above all, a teacher ready to change the status quo in Uganda's literature. In the conversation, he shared about how his literary life was nurtured plus how and why he became the co-founder of a poetry company.
01:04:39
June 08, 2021
Discover your purpose (with Lawrence Namale) - EPISODE 32
Discover your purpose (with Lawrence Namale) - EPISODE 32
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Lawrence Namale. He is a life coach and purpose trainer who helps people to discover, to own and deploy their purpose. He shared his life's journey with us and also broke down what it takes to discover one's purpose.
01:41:03
June 01, 2021
Destigmatise Therapy (with Biyinzika Simon & Tina Ntulo) - EPISODE 31
Destigmatise Therapy (with Biyinzika Simon & Tina Ntulo) - EPISODE 31
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, we have two guests, that is; Biyinzika Simon & Tina Ntulo. As a way of wrapping up the mental health awareness month, we deemed normalising therapy, pertinent. The conversation mainly answers three questions; What is therapy? What is it like to go through therapy? AND From where can one get therapy?
45:46
May 25, 2021
Mental health awareness (with Tina Ntulo) - EPISODE 30
Mental health awareness (with Tina Ntulo) - EPISODE 30
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest Tina Ntulo. She is an over two decade practising psychologist, currently working with Strong Minds Uganda. In recognition of this mental health awareness month, she and I had an insightful conversation on mental health and in it she helps us understand mental health and its complexities.
53:18
May 18, 2021
Mother's Day (with Maama Kiwanuka) - EPISODE 29
Mother's Day (with Maama Kiwanuka) - EPISODE 29
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Maama Kiwanuka (the host's mother) and on it she crowns the celebration of mothers, on this podcast, this month. It is 28 years since she became a single mother and on the episode, she shares her experience with motherhood.
01:24:55
May 11, 2021
Own your purpose (with Lisa Kusiima) - EPISODE 28
Own your purpose (with Lisa Kusiima) - EPISODE 28
On this episode, our guest is the ever so vibrant content creator, Lisa Kusiima. She is a mother, wife, friend, daughter, a YouTuber and an analyst at a leadership and management consulting firm. She's passionate about building strong families and there couldn't be a better person for this episode especially now that we're yet to celebrate Mother's Day. She and I talked about her experience with motherhood, postpartum depression and how she managed to cope. She also shared about how she found her purpose and how she keeps broadening her ways of executing it. In this own your purpose episode, Kusiima talked about the importance of knowing why you've been put on earth because that gives you direction.
56:52
May 04, 2021
Take a break (with Kiira Brian Alex) - EPISODE 27
Take a break (with Kiira Brian Alex) - EPISODE 27
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Kiira Brian Alex also known as Kiira Waibi is a Human Rights Lawyer and Poet who walked away from society's expectations of how he should pursue his career. As someone who loves to tell his side of the story, challenging the status quo is no uphill task for him. In the conversation, Waibi shares his journey in the poetry industry and how he fuses lawyering with poetry while teaching his students.
01:08:35
April 27, 2021
Own your Confidence (with Otim Joel) - EPISODE 26
Own your Confidence (with Otim Joel) - EPISODE 26
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is Otim Joel. One transformational person doubling as a lawyer and co-host of Broken windows. He is determined to create a society that he so desires for himself and the generation to come. Otim, is the embodiment of this episode's title.
01:10:08
April 20, 2021
Shine your Light (with Anna Grace Awilli) - EPISODE 25
Shine your Light (with Anna Grace Awilli) - EPISODE 25
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. In this episode, our guest is Anna Grace Awilli. She is a Veterinarian and an exceptional writer/blogger. In our conversation we talked about almost everything, including the need to give yourself permission to shine your light, unapologetically.
01:23:58
April 13, 2021
Forgive Yourself (with Ezra Kibirango) - EPISODE 24
Forgive Yourself (with Ezra Kibirango) - EPISODE 24
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. In this episode, our guest is Michael Ezra Nnunda Kibirango. He is a physician, a sensational MC, an easy to talk to person and fits almost every other description of someone invested in social capital. While in conversation with us, he shared about his life's journey which highlights HIV stigma, it's impact on his emotional well being, how he found his voice and finally, how he gained spiritual momentum.
01:30:50
April 06, 2021
Consumer is King (with Anthony M. Mwami) - EPISODE 23
Consumer is King (with Anthony M. Mwami) - EPISODE 23
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, our guest is the founder of Afrimillennial, Anthony M. Mwami. He has been on the interwebs for almost a decade and in this conversation, he shares a little about how easy it is when it comes to creating content and how he survives the dregs of being online.
49:00
March 30, 2021
Find your traction (with Wabwire Joseph Ian) - EPISODE 22
Find your traction (with Wabwire Joseph Ian) - EPISODE 22
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. On this episode, we have Wabwire Joseph Ian, the founder of KQ Hub Africa and on it he gets to share insights on what inspired him to take such a great leap from society's definition of success to taking up consultancy in he creative industry.
55:46
March 23, 2021
Your pain serves a purpose (with Anonymous) - EPISODE 21
Your pain serves a purpose (with Anonymous) - EPISODE 21
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. In this episode I'm in conversation with someone who chose anonymity and in it we talk about what it's like to live with pain, right from the time she started her monthlies. Disclaimer: We found ourselves talking about medication but we would never want you to do any self prescription. Please seek medical help or guidance for any drug prescription, especially if you find yourself with the symptoms that our guest gets to highlight in the conversation. 
53:16
March 16, 2021
Permit yourself to heal - EPISODE 20
Permit yourself to heal - EPISODE 20
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. This episode is in commemoration of Women History Month and International Women's day. It is dedicated to the women working through their wounded femininity, encouraging them to give themselves permission to heal.
17:44
March 09, 2021
Emotional intelligence & mental health - EPISODE 19
Emotional intelligence & mental health - EPISODE 19
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. This episode highlights one of the many unhealthy coping mechanisms millennials rely on when dealing with mental health crises; and how best we can batten our mental health. The advice shared herein is based on what worked and keeps working for me. Therefore it is not a substitute for professional help.
34:04
March 03, 2021
We are the change that we seek - EPISODE 18
We are the change that we seek - EPISODE 18
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. This episode is like no other, we have the exceptional Afroetry MA, Khanani Daniella, Wabwire Joseph Ian and Anna Grace Awilli; whose voices you'll hear as they go about the two majorly recognized subjects in February - love and black history.
22:13
February 24, 2021
Identify your dream, Part 2 (with Shamim Nirere) - EPISODE 17
Identify your dream, Part 2 (with Shamim Nirere) - EPISODE 17
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. In this episode, Shamim Nirere and I had a heart to heart about what kind of education is important to the 21st Century child. She is the Founder of Izere Education and her insights are even more relevant in times like these, where most parents in Uganda are uncertain about their children's education.
30:33
February 16, 2021
Identify your dream, Part 1 (with Shamim Nirere) - EPISODE 16
Identify your dream, Part 1 (with Shamim Nirere) - EPISODE 16
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. In this episode, Shamim Nirere and I had a heart to heart about what kind of education is important to the 21st Century child. She is the Founder of Izere Education and her insights are even more relevant in times like these, where most parents in Uganda are uncertain about their children's education.
31:06
February 16, 2021
Get to know me tag/Q&A (with Jennifer Nyakwera T) - EPISODE 15
Get to know me tag/Q&A (with Jennifer Nyakwera T) - EPISODE 15
In this episode of Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka, we've got a little bit of a twist. Instead of me doing the interviewing, I'm the one being interviewed by one of last year's guests, Jennifer Nyakwera T. Who I am, how and why I get to choose the topics on the podcast, are questions I've been asked more often than not; and this episode, I get to answer them, among others.
01:16:24
February 09, 2021
Transitioning into 2021 - EPISODE 14
Transitioning into 2021 - EPISODE 14
Welcome to hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka. My goal is to help you unravel social constructs, discuss self development in line with mental health and everything in between that directly and indirectly affects us in the millennial world around us. In this episode we get to transition into 2021 and I also get to have a mini review of how you and I survived the gauntlet 2020, was.
12:51
February 02, 2021
A perspective on Independence, Part 2 (with Joy Kezia Musisi) - EPISODE 13
A perspective on Independence, Part 2 (with Joy Kezia Musisi) - EPISODE 13
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. In this episode, Kezia and I delved into what independence really means to her; highlighting Buganda's independence, Uganda's, Personal Independence and everything in between.
29:53
November 01, 2020
A perspective on Independence, Part 1 (with Joy Kezia Musisi) - EPISODE 12
A perspective on Independence, Part 1 (with Joy Kezia Musisi) - EPISODE 12
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. In this episode, Kezia and I delved into what independence really means to her; highlighting Buganda's independence, Uganda's, Personal Independence and everything in between.
29:10
November 01, 2020
Mental Health day (with Biyinzika Simon) - EPISODE 11
Mental Health day (with Biyinzika Simon) - EPISODE 11
Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka is a forum where we unravel and talk about societal constructs, discuss self development (mentally, emotionally, et al) and so much more. On here, we explore thought triggering conversations, society is silent about. In this episode, Biyinzika talks about his experience with mental health. Plus, his song Buikwe which highlights a trivialized topic; Men and mental health.
48:54
October 10, 2020
Suicide Prevention Part 2 (with Hazel Muriro) - EPISODE 10
Suicide Prevention Part 2 (with Hazel Muriro) - EPISODE 10
For a long time now, we have heard various persons who have died by suicide and those who have attempted suicide, mostly. In honor of this Suicide Prevention Month, Hazel Muriro and I engaged in a Q & A, in which she answered common concerns and frequently asked questions on suicide. Hazel is a community psychologist who has dedicated herself to creating a mentally aware Uganda you can follow her work on Twitter and Instagram. You can also reach her on her personal accounts (Twitter, Instagram) especially if you need someone to talk to in times of crises.
34:01
September 30, 2020
Suicide Prevention Part I (with Hazel Muriro) - EPISODE 9
Suicide Prevention Part I (with Hazel Muriro) - EPISODE 9
For a long time now, we have heard various persons who have died by suicide and those who have attempted suicide, mostly. In honor of this Suicide Prevention Month, Hazel Muriro and I engaged in a Q & A, in which she answered common concerns and frequently asked questions on suicide. Hazel is a community psychologist who has dedicated herself to creating a mentally aware Uganda you can follow her work on Twitter and Instagram. You can also reach her on her personal accounts (Twitter, Instagram) especially if you need someone to talk to in times of crises.
31:41
September 30, 2020
Do not let your children disrespect this person (with Jennifer Nyakwera T) - EPISODE 8
Do not let your children disrespect this person (with Jennifer Nyakwera T) - EPISODE 8
This is the third and final episode on the conversation I had with Jennifer. In it she cautions mother's not to let their children disrespect maids because these children end up carrying the disrespect into their homes.
38:23
August 01, 2020
If she has not cleaned well, my job is to teach her how (with Jennifer Nyakwera T) - EPISODE 7
If she has not cleaned well, my job is to teach her how (with Jennifer Nyakwera T) - EPISODE 7
This episode is a continuation of the conversation on Jennifer's experience with househelps, in the previous episode (EPISODE 6). She goes ahead to share how she makes sure that she starts conversations with her new maids, so that she gets to know the person she's yet to share her life with.
32:35
August 01, 2020
Whoever comes in to help is like your sister (with Jennifer Nyakwera T) - EPISODE 6
Whoever comes in to help is like your sister (with Jennifer Nyakwera T) - EPISODE 6
Citing the constant dehumanisation of househelps, Jennifer Nyakwera T and I had a sit down and unravelled the single story on house maids; and how they have been her strong support system.
25:51
August 01, 2020
27 lessons in 27 years (Part 2) - EPISODE 5
27 lessons in 27 years (Part 2) - EPISODE 5
Feeling stuck? You've found the answers that you need to get you going. Answers that will enable you to step into your next best season.
45:50
June 13, 2020
27 lessons in 27 years (part 1) - EPISODE 4
27 lessons in 27 years (part 1) - EPISODE 4
In this part, you and I shall be exploring 11 life lessons that will guarantee a better tomorrow, a better version of yourself and myself.
34:27
June 07, 2020
The Pandemic's toll on Mental health (with Lynda Nakalawa) - EPISODE 3
The Pandemic's toll on Mental health (with Lynda Nakalawa) - EPISODE 3
The pandemic has not only affected our physical bodies but also our mental health; and because of that I had a couple of people who sent in their concerns that got answered by a clinical psychologist on this episode. Three segments in one covering personal care, care for the loved ones and the Post-COVID-19 times.
01:14:24
April 15, 2020
Easter message of hope - BONUS 1
Easter message of hope - BONUS 1
COVID-19 and its shenanigans shall pass
00:60
April 13, 2020
Welcome to Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - EPISODE 2
Welcome to Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka - EPISODE 2
Welcome to the official first episode of Hash Time with Nabuguzi Kiwanuka. I look forward to having thought triggering conversations with you. Hesitate not, to share topics you'd love to listen to on this podcast.
05:03
April 08, 2020
HTNK Trailer
HTNK Trailer
00:52
February 23, 2020
Drafting new year resolutions - EPISODE 1
Drafting new year resolutions - EPISODE 1
3 important parts or ingredients that must be included
21:05
December 30, 2019