Well, this is the season we have all been looking forward to.. who doesn’t love holidays? The beach, presents, parties and of course quality family time. Hey, am not forgetting shopping for all those who love their shopping. There is a downside of the holidays though; the cash. most times January finds us with empty pockets, which can be easily avoided. cut on the shopping, don’t take trips that you don’t like.. don’t do something because others are doing it. Budget wisely and do only that will not strain your budget and that you absolutely love doing!! Continue reading With the holidays here..
Originally posted on KENYAN ECONOMIST:
Hon. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta Currently the SGR(Standard Gauge Railway) project shareholders are holding talks with the president Hon Uhuru Kenyatta. The talks are for the Nairobi Kampala Stretch which is to commence soon. Though there have been a number of reasons why the chinese firm (that is currently developing the railway) is behind course, the president and the CS transport seem confident about starting the Nairobi stretch. It might be a reason to taste the waters to see if the hurdles faced at Makueni county will be recurrent and God-willing how to solve the hurdles.… Continue reading Nairobi to Naivasha SGR Talks
Originally posted on The Captain's Speech:
As a person born in the 90s, I am classified as a millennial, which means I am everything that is wrong with the world today. I stare at a screen instead of talking to people. I expect everything handed to me. I am lazy. I binge watch television shows. I overuse the word “binge”. I expect a trophy when I fail. I take selfies everywhere. I am narcissistic. I am entitled. I don’t read the newspaper. I spend too much time on “The Twitter.” Or at least that’s how I’m categorized. As if… Continue reading Growing Up Millennial
30 Critical Life Lessons At 30. Welcome to Friday again! (It’s Last Friday of the End Month… TGIF! ). Paychecks must be flowing in hard like enraged rains. Haha I’m also here waiting for that day like that thirsty alcoholic dude who just hit the joint inmtaa and impatiently waiting for the sluggish waiter to behave. Anyway, here we are. We are still alive and kicking. We always expect life to give us pineapples and it gives us lemons. No surprises. I am posting about Life after 30 because majority of us are youth and are there or almost there. Additionally, I have … Continue reading 30 Critical Life Lessons At 30 Years
Originally posted on Mark Maish:
I’m seated on a wooden bench under a makuti shed located at a vantage point deep in the heart of a national reserve watching a herd of elephants grazing peaceful below, oblivious of the chaotic world out there. A fortnight ago I handed in my final year project which marked the end of a 5-year pursuit for my Undergrads. Faced with the biggest dilemma of my life, I traveled down to this remote camping site in south coast to strategize on my next step. The decision I’m about to make is to either take the… Continue reading THE KENYA’s MIDDLE-CLASS NIGHTMARE!