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The job market is a competitive one; especially in the days, we live in where almost everyone has papers. Employees will even make it harder by requiring you to have more than five years of experience and graduates are always left wondering how good their chances are. Not everyone is lucky to get an entry […]

Festive seasons are dotted by very familiar paraphernalia. For instance, there’s food. (Long pause) Yes, not just normal food. Where I’m from, we are speaking chapatti, nyama choma, mbuzi fry, there’s also pilau and the infamous minji stew with lots of soup and waru! Planned vacations are also top of the list. People want to […]

Receptionist spends not one but a 160 million shillings on twenty houses. This is the headline that hit us recently. I’m not the only Kenyan asking myself the question “How?” Honestly, how is that possible especially with the current economy? Then you remember, Oh! I’m a Kenyan in Kenya, and this is Kenya, this is […]

First, we had computers that did an incredible job of making life easier; faster processing of data, presentable results, changing the gaming experiences and general entertainment and lifestyle. Then came smartphones which we’re glued too (my family complains as I’m always consuming content even during lunch). Google became smarter built maps, fitness we pretty much […]

Ads are everywhere, our website has banner ads so do most website, on radio, TV and also, I’m sure you’ve seen the KBS, Citihoppa or Starbus painted brands or products that aren’t related to transport. Similarly on other online platforms such as Google, Facebook, Twitter when they recommend content; top searches on Google on your […]

I was in a jav a couple of days ago exhausted… and frustrated. Mpesa had jammed for over three hours and that completely paralyzed my planned out self-date. So there I was, down five feet from cloud nine with no money. I get into the jav and the matt driver is already chatty with me. […]

More than 500 graduates who had studied under the self-sponsored programme and have not paid fee arrears amounting to more than 200 million, thus prompting the university to warn that they would submit their names to the Credit Reference Bureaus.

The first normal thing we all do when dumped is cry (speaking from a ladies point of view). We cry our hearts out,we try to find out what it is that we did wrong,we swear to stay away from all men since they are not worth the pain, some stress eat, some shut away the […]

“And the Princess kissed the frog, thus breaking the curse and the frog turned into a handsome Prince” I have always loved fairy-tales sadly the reality isn’t as glamorous as one may think. This is because the number of frogs outweighs the number of princes. The dating world is a vicious cycle,you meet someone,you get […]

A few days back, my director asked me why I was not submitting articles and I figured since honesty was the best policy well I should simply tell it to him straight and not mince my words. “Thing is am experiencing writers block And the solution he gave well it prompted me to write on […]


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