I woke up today feeling overwhelmed about work, babies, and generally my life. Like any other day, I sat down and thought, when is it going to get any easier, you know. Do you ever have that feeling that you are juggling too much but cannot see the fruits of your work, maybe because you … Continue reading I can see light in the darkness
Image from pexels.com Social media avenues like Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, Twitter, Pinterest, TikTok, e.t.c, provide us with a platform to connect with people and help us to keep abreast of events happening around the world. While these platforms have a positive impact, social media brings with it unnecessary pressure. Take, for example, my country, ask … Continue reading Social Media and the pressure to keep up
lmage from pexels.com While smartphones are regarded as a must-have in most parts of the world, this technology is having an adverse effect on interpersonal relationships. It is slowly driving family members apart. The rate of cellphone addiction is increasing. We can no longer sit down as a family and have conversations. It is now … Continue reading How cellphones are slowly killing family relationships
I am not widely traveled, but this Kenyan girl has got to dream. I hope the dreams translate to reality. I want to be one of those people who flood the Wanderlust Diaries group with my travel escapades. Here goes my travel bucket list, let us take a virtual tour: Loisaba Conservancy Photo for illustration … Continue reading My Travel Bucket List
I thought of you today. Scratch that, I think of you every day. Today is just a special appreciation day for fathers. I hope you realize how exceptionally special you are. I am definitely one lucky girl to have you as my father.
I have undergone some changes in my life in the last two years. Among them is that I became a wife and a mother. The most significant change was becoming a mother to twins. As a result of motherhood, my life did a 100 percent turnaround.
Computer vector created by dooder - http://www.freepik.com E-commerce, with the help of technology, has revolutionized how we shop. Currently, businesses do not have to set up physical shops. There are thriving businesses operating solely online, and Kenyans have quickly picked up on this trend. With COVID-19 here with us, you might find this article useful. … Continue reading A review of my Top Five Online Shopping Sites and Apps in Kenya
"To the charity workers, Dadaab refugee camp is a humanitarian crisis; to the Kenyan government, it is a 'nursery for terrorists'; to the western media, it is a dangerous no-go area; but to its half a million residents, it is their last resort." Ben Rawlence When I came across this book, I was eager to … Continue reading COVID Reading: Review of City of Thorns (Nine Lives in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp)
COVID-19 has brought with it life lessons that we should embrace. It's a grim time for the world. The rising deaths and the economic and social impact are weighing heavily on many shoulders. There is no country left out. We have all been affected, from the most developed countries to the least developed countries. Yet, … Continue reading Life Lessons
No one prepares you for motherhood. Mine came knocking in 2018. At month 2 of the pregnancy, I went for my first scan, and let's say that the events of the day were unexpected. When you go for a scan expecting to be assured the baby’s heartbeat is alright, and the sonographer tells you the … Continue reading A peek into my motherhood journey