I met Ashley on an online dating site. We were both in pretty awful situations mentally and we hit a bind immediately. April came with the thrill of summer, love and hope. Before meeting Ashley I had gone through several depressing moments in life from losing a scholarship to constant snubs at jobs and even abandonment with relatives. Here was a woman, an angel with a big heart that had come off an 8 year relationship that drove her to self harm. I feel in love from what I saw beneath the scars, hate for men and constant dissapointment. Here… Continue reading Love, Loss, Heartbreak and Contemplating Celibacy.
Bumped into this one and had to post it. The average Kenyan working woman loves to spend, and spend big. She loves it even more when she’s spending her own money. We were curious to find out the financial habits of working women of different ages amidst the rising cost of living and the obligations that come with personal growth, independence and parenting. HOW WE DID IT We analysed the spending habits of middle-class Kenyan women using data from the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics and household budgets of middle-class Kenyan women. The budgets show their spending, saving and investing … Continue reading Spending habits of women
Research shows that about 70% of the workforce is disengaged. Much of the cause of that disengagement often stems from the active dislike the employee has for his or her leader. But none of these employees are going to risk their jobs to tell you that. And because of their reluctance, you may need to take a long, hard look at your behavior and be brave enough to recognize the signs that you aren’t doing as good of a job as a leader as you would like. These are the signs to look out for; 1.Your attitude is, “This is … Continue reading 10 Signs That You Are Not Yet A Leader
A Short Poem to Mourn my befallen Friend, Kevin Oduor Hey bro, hey best friend, Kevin (Voke), My heart is heavy- stiff! Our hearts are heavy and full of grief, ‘Coz of the laden of your sudden departure, on 21st April ’17 Sudden beyond our comprehension: leaving all of us in sheer tension. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• I refused, we all refused to accept that you had gone, Your soul taken away by the spirits of the Lord, Taken so far away from us to rest at home. But again I have refused to accept that Kevin is dead, No… To me he’s … Continue reading THE FINAL DUSK
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Let’s talk about police brutality today. We all have for different reasons been victims to our men in blue and their unrealistic behavior. We all know that they are there to serve and protect but do they really?? Police beating up an activist. I for one would love to meet a cop at those hours of the night, who would just stop me, ask me if I’m okay and tell me to stay safe. ?That’s a long shot I know but is it possible? Nowadays people see cops or that cop car ‘mariamu ‘ and their… Continue reading Blue uniform shenanigans.