Family , Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu
Lethal Ties

“You are slim fit now, I see, oki med chiemo?” Aluoch shrugged and sighed as she peeled the plate off the table to serve herself. She had lost her appetite. Her Aunt Jane had been giving her back handed compliments all afternoon. She stole a glance at her Mother with the, “I told you so,”

Odengo Living , Slice of life
Moving My Ass

I haven’t worked out in four months, and prior to this January it had been years since I had lugged my butt to the gym. But in January I forced myself to get back in to shape. My muscles were extremely tight especially in my back and legs, I knew that was just welcoming an

Brand Storytelling , Entrepreneurship , Inspiration , Kenya
Why are You Really in Business?

Last Sunday, I had the opportunity to share some insights on communication for business with the Karen Community Church. The Church has a ministry dedicated to helping congregants build and grow their business with insights on best practices from various professionals. I had been invited two weeks earlier about the talk, which gave me ample

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Of Friends, Climate Change and Alchoblow

Saturday was absolutely amazing. I got to catch up with my good friend and phenomenal environmental journalist Sophie Mbugua. It was so great catching up after years. We talked about tonnes of things. Sophie is extremely passionate about Sustainable cities, it seems like a very abstract; UN conference discussion which bears no wait on Africa

Life , Life Lessons , Nuggets of Wisdom
Living My Dream: Let’s Be Honest

I had a series of interviews a few weeks ago. I will share my experience with two of them. When I was called to schedule the interviews I was filled with dread. I have never really liked interviews, they remind me of the uncomfortable conversations I used to have with my dreaded paternal grandmother. Nyar



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