Anyango and her cousins were exhausted. They had been digging since dawn. They had found nothing. They had blisters from all the digging for hours; they were starving. Anyango was baffled, they had followed the path, just as they were told in the story by Mama at dinner. How could it be? Not only had
Portia is a silent giant, she is published and extremely talented photographer. Check out her work here! I am glad this amazing woman is my friend and agreed to share her lessons from 2017. Thank you, Portia! “You teach people how to treat you by what you allow, what you stop and what you reinforce”-
Yesterday, I realized why I really love learning, and why I really love studying Psychology. I am back to school after a three-year break, long story. I walked into my adolescent psychology class and I squealed like a little girl when I saw Lydia. Lydia is a riot; she is smart, opinionated and never shy
Yesterday evening, I was feeling kind of blue; something told me to pick up my camera. I had no idea what I was going to shoot till I opened the curtain and sheers in my room and there it was, in all its beauty. I am still learning the ropes of photography; I bought
As the first week of the year draws to a close, we continue with our “Lessons” series. I have known Joram since primary school, we never spoke then, we spoke on and off in college when we met. I knew Joram was an entrepreneur and dedicated at what he did, but until he shared his
Corruption , Kenya , LifeWHAT THE HELL DID I DO?
The week before Christmas was very interesting. It started off pretty angry with the mall assault. And summed up this afternoon with conversations on matters healthcare and devolution, with a doctor I met. After the chat with the doctor, on my way to the bus stop, as I crossed the road in the CBD, I