I am happy and grateful that I had an amazing August. August 2019 , will go down memory lane as a month where I made very many positive changes in my life, attained personal goals, interacted with amazing people and broke off from toxic people and things. Kikuletwa Springs, Tanzania I realised I didn't know … Continue reading TAKING STOCK SEPTEMBER 2019
‘’Your work is to fill your own cup, so it overflows. Then you can serve others, joyfully from your saucer’’ Lisa Nichols
very time I was called on in class, I was sure that I was about to embarrass myself. Every time I took a test, I was sure that it had gone badly. And every time I didn’t embarrass myself — or even excelled — I believed that I had fooled everyone yet again. One day soon, the jig would be up … This phenomenon of capable people being plagued by self-doubt has a name — the impostorsyndrome. Both men and women are susceptible to the impostor syndrome, but women tend to experience it more intensely and be more limited by it.
Do you know the Origin of August? August is the eighth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars, and the fifth of seven months to have a length of 31 days. The name of the month was changed to August in honor of Augustus Caesar in 8 BCE. It was originally named Sextilis in Latin because it was the sixth … Continue reading FACTS ABOUT AUGUST THAT YOU DIDN’T KNOW
In meeting we have friendship In Friendship we have Sharing In Sharing we have Laughter In Laughter we have Joy In Joy we have Happiness
It's been a good year so far. Time really flies. We are already on the first day of July. This year has been an exciting one for me. My good days have been more than bad days. The bad days were not so crazy. I haven't ticked off my year's resolutions but we are making … Continue reading WHEEL OF LIFE
Last weekend I decided to do something I wouldn't usually do. First was to attend an event where I was invited but I didn't know anyone in person, the second was to go and zip line at Kereita Forest with strangers. Zip lining has been on my bucket list for so long , so when … Continue reading ZIPLINING ADVENTURE
I read and walked miles at night along the beach,writing bad verse and searching endlessly for someone wonderful who would step out of darkness and change my life. It never crossed my mind that person could be me.
History will be kind to me, for I intend to write it. Winston Churchill
Let me tell you a story, A tale of how I died
Maybe what hurts me the most is me.
Please note that i can BE CRAZY. Never forget that.
This is for those who are always at the bottom of the class when exam results are out, those who failed in exams, those who had to repeat a year because of poor performance, those who had to sit for supplementary exams to be able to get to the next year,those who never seem to … Continue reading AN OPEN LETTER TO ”ACADEMIC DWARFS”
Everyone gets their heart broken at some point in life. It's not a good experience but it's an experience we have all had to deal with in life. How one chooses to deal with it is what makes or breaks them. NB.. I am not a relationship coach . I am writing from my perspective … Continue reading MY THOUGHTS ON HEARTBREAKS
Wishing you and your family good health, happiness, success and prosperity in the coming year! Have a great start to a great year!”
My being alive and healthy today is as a result of none other than the almighty God. I'll forever be grateful to you, God. Happy birthday to myself. On my special day, I wish myself happiness and great accomplishments in the coming year.
When you get to know me, I don't despair - I just get up, clean up, and start again.
“I journal my joy, and my joy expands exponentially forevermore. So be it.”
― Amy Leigh Mercree, Joyful Living:
She is at a place in her life where peace is her priority and negativity cannot exist.
I’m working on a new me not because the old me is bad but because the old me can improve.
It's funny how ungrateful I can be sometimes (well, it's not really funny), I am not happy today. I have been whining about how far my place is from work, how bad the road is, how tired I am of eating ugali and rice, blah blah blah... As I am walking across the Jomo Kenyatta … Continue reading GRATEFUL
A few days ago, a 14 year old pupil allegedly committed suicide after she was allegedly humiliated by her female teacher for soiling her dress after menses. This story hit the headlines and conversations about period shaming emerged. Her story unfortunately isn't a unique. Now, Period shaming is not a foreign term in Kenya and … Continue reading Period shaming? STOP IT
It's 10:32 am. A beautiful but cold Sunday morning. The weather is bleak. This is my kind of weather, it's good for makeup too. The sky is a bit dull, covered with dark clouds and the sun struggling to find it's way to the earth. I am awed . The space above us, closest to … Continue reading Dear Diary