Should you do a whole week’s plan, monthly plans or daily plans? I’ve been doing a whole week plan. This means that I would put in place all the activities that I would engage myself in and in specific times within the day — in other words, I’ve been making my goals S.M.A.R.T — Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, […]

The level of uncertainty a twenty-something-years-old is faced with every day is disheartening. These levels escalate and blow the roof off when it is now time to clear from campus and go meet the cold hard world. For some, the transitioning is easy whereas there is a group that gets it hard, really hard. For […]

My heart has sunk! I have seen some of my friends post scary, gory photos of a young man at Egerton University, who stabbed his girlfriend before stabbing himself and it has disturbed me the whole day! They are both dead, their dreams, those of their parents and the society are Over. When I was […]

There is one thing I never really understood about friendships and about expectations in friendships (or every type of relationship between two people): Why am I not supposed to see or mention bad characteristics/behaviour/etc.? It always strikes me as especially odd, that people expect me to always be on their side, even if they act […]

One of my favourite rage topics (next to uber drivers and the lack of listening skills) is definitely punctuality. In private as well as in my professional life I do my very best to always be on time for meetings and dates. I am quite good at it – despite traffic and unforeseen circumstances – […]

You know that the employment landscape is undergoing fundamental upheavals, right? You appreciate that the advent of robotics and artificial intelligence is going to give automation a big push, I hope? You realise that some studies suggest nearly half of all today’s jobs could be lost to automation – yes? And that it won’t take […]

Belonging is one of the most important things for every person I have ever met and I would assume the same goes for all the billions of people I haven’t met. It is part of the human nature and is connected to beautiful concepts like family, friends, and home. Sadly, to find this place where […]

Social and cultural norms can be found everywhere on earth. They may differ from country to country but they are always there and often visible and openly communicated. Well, there are historical reasons those standards have grown and one good example, which you find in most countries is marriage. Marriage is originally meant to protect […]

One thing that is very apparent in Nairobi that the future wish of everybody here seems to be buying a piece of land and farming with it. I don’t know how often I heard the same sentence from different people about this. I am always wondering why and what for? As it always seems as […]

I recently stumbled across a post on the Facebook wall of a friend. One of his friends, a woman, had posted that she is against the new law in Kenya that makes it harder for parents to beat their children. I was confused at first and though I didn’t catch the irony or the sarcasm […]

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