Yoga Center Westlands Nairobi To have real power is to be able to make your own choices at your own consent. And being able to make your own choices is the first step to being responsible. Knowing that you face all the repercussions from the decisions you made without pointing fingers to other people.... Continue Reading →
The first time I heard of Kibera was when my friend Kimanthi was advising me on how to take a trip to Olympics stage, where my friend Brenes was to pick me from and take me to her house, (A few plots fenced up before you slop down to Kibera). Kimanthi had emphasized how careful... Continue Reading →
I remember a while ago reading an essay about a writer who could walk on the streets and be recognized by no one until he would say his name. Then the other parties would be excited, calling him doctor because he was an award winner, asking him about his books and revealing how much they... Continue Reading →
Make peace with yourself
Allow yourself some time to sooth yourself into feeling better as soon as you feel a little off. Perhaps a comment from someone, expectations from others or something you have done has triggered you to feel bad about yourself and your life.It is ok! It is alright. It is only natural to lose your emotional balance when you listen to or look at things that don’t match how you desire them to be. That is ok. The important part now is that you make peace with where you are, make peace with your body,make peace with your health, make peace with your love life, make peace with your family, make peace with your job, make peace with all your mistakes, make peace with everything. Just mentally make peace with it and lovingly sooth yourself into feeling better.Making peace with it is the first step, the second one…
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Do you believe more schooled girl-children turn out to be more all-round, attached and focused world-citizens?
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Personally, I highly believe so because for one thing, I’ve witnessed it happen over the years I’ve lived. Basing on the motherly figures I grew up with around me, I managed to witness first-hand what true education can do to change the world. My mother managed to bring it to my attention that it’s not about the number of classes one has sat in but the summation of the knowledge they’ve accumulated over their entire life and daily experiences, as well.
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I managed to volunteer actively in the field of Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights of young people during 2015 and what I came across was simply amazing. Most of all, I got to appreciate that many young girls, out there, do what they do simply they haven’t…
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Part II Getting Wealthy. (Hello, here are more rules of money from @Richard.Templar's book 'TheRulesofMoney). Read through them carefully. You never know which one is going to be your biggest insight tonight. Enjoy your read!) Refer to the previous blog post to find part 1. Rule: 20 You’ve Got to Know Where You Are Before... Continue Reading →
This is an extract from Richard Templar's book 'The Rules of Money'' and I hope you find it helpful. I will be posting it in parts. The book is also my current read. I would recommend that you probably grab yourself a copy. Part I Thinking Wealthy 1 Anybody Can Be Wealthy—You Just Need to Apply... Continue Reading →
Hello! How do you survive as a low budget traveler? No worries, I got you! You have probably seen a few of my pictures about travel on social media and wondered how I go about this. This morning a friend inboxed me via Instagram and asked me for a few tips on how I do my... Continue Reading →