Mindful at The Creatives Garage

This weekend I had the privilege of attending a spoken word showcase dubbed Mindful at the Creatives Garage along Kirichwa Road. My sister had told me about it a few weeks back and had requested that we should go for it together. And being…

The Genesis of Self-Realignment

If there’s one thing I really value, and I mean really value, is having conversations with people. And not just regular conversations, the kind that leaves someone feeling like their story is just as significant as the next persons or the…

Let Others Be

Let others be. You live your life, and let others live theirs. You make your choices, and let others make their choices too. Whether it seems right or wrong to you, remember it’s not in our place to condemn or judge them. And if you really…

Book Review: Born A Crime by Trevor Noah

I enjoyed reading every bit of this book. The authenticity of his stories and how he weaves through them and connects them is what makes it fascinating. The journey from his childhood, the struggles, the failures, the disappointments, the…

What Would You Request For?

Given a chance to make one wish, what would you request for today, at this very moment that you’re reading this? It takes me back to the ‘genie in a bottle’ tale. If only you could share with me what crossed your mind.

The Life Manual

There are so many times I wish that life had a manual. One that we could refer to when going through the motions that life brings our way. And especially when facing challenges, because when things are working out, and all is nice and…

We Are Not An Angry Nation

I believe that each one of us has the capacity to be happy and most times we suppress it whether consciously or subconsciously, because life. That the anger that dwells in us or that we display is just us expressing our frustration with…

You Are At The Center of It

To be honest, I really started enjoying math when letters were introduced to the equation. You should have seen my amusement when we were introduced to Algebra and asked to find x. I enjoyed the complexity of working out the equations,…