Hosts - Murugi Munyi and Lydia K.M. This is a podcast about life as it is. Messy. In love, work, money, relationships, friendships and everything in between. But we’re figuring it out and we’d love you to come along on the journey. #tmipodcastke #themessyinbetween #itsmessedup Instagram handles - @tmipodcast_ @_lydiakm @murugi.munyi Get in touch with us - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Grab your bestie/s, sit down and let’s have a chat 🥂 more
You see those seemingly small things you experience once in a while during sex and cringe? We are here to tell you it is perfectly normal hun. We’ve been through it and as usual, we’re unashamed 🤭 more
After our last episode on therapy, we decided to keep that same spirit going and discuss some of the generation traumas and habits that were the norm growing up but now we’re like 🥱🤨👀 NOPE! more
Sisters you made it not to much bla bla straight to the Point..I am in aaawwwww You made daily my day
Love you both so much. ❤️
Sisters you made it not to much bla bla straight to the Point..I am in awwwweeee
I’m African American but I can relate to so much that is shared on this podcast. I’ve listened to every single episode. Whenever I meet a Kenyan, I ask them “have you heard of TMI Ke”. Just today I introduced a Kenyan professor at my university to your content.
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