Y'all wait. I haven't told you my Tuk- tuk story. So last week on Saturday I had my first experience in what is a called a Tuk-tuk. (See picture above) Tuk tuks are used in some of the remote areas in Kenya where the matatus can't go. I remember seeing them somewhere before. I am... Continue Reading →
So I went for the first time last weekend inside a place named SYG. ( Soweto Youth Group) & in there my colleague introduced me to a man who makes all sorts of pottery. I was thrilled. Check pictures out! \ Machine used to make bricks Furnace. Where they hit the pottery and bricks from
I made new friends this morning at the Soweto - KIBRA Resource Centre where I am working with the Kenyan ministry of health to mobilize and sensitise the people in Nairobi about polio, while also getting ready to immunise the children age five and below. Soweto is a tough slum. I found these kids today... Continue Reading →
When top performers want something, they have to have it. They just have to. Failure to them is an option. When they say they want that app developed, that company running, when they have to buy that house or achieve that lifestyle, they won't stop until they get there. They are very obsessive about their desires and needs and when someone or a circumstance has to come in between them and their mission or vision, the newcomer has to go. Because they want what they want bad enough they cannot put up with distractions.
You are an emotionally abusive mother whose greatest function in my life has been to perpetuate your husband's abuse. It has always been and always will be about him. About not making him angry, about taking care of him, about giving him food this way and that. He will always be your number one priority. And so you see, I have no business being here.'
The Cycle of positive thoughts lies in knowing that I am Good Enough. It starts with the knowledge that I am good enough and as proof to that, I tell myself that I will pass my test. I imagine myself passing whatever test, then I remember other situations in my life where I have succeeded.... Continue Reading →
Howdy, So most of you read my blog concerning the Kibera Slum in Kenya right? If you didn't please click here. Yes. So the day I posted my blog about the Nubians in the Kibera of Kenya, my friend Kimanthi, who I also mentioned in that particular blog, accused me of being one of 'that... Continue Reading →