Category Archives: Life design

Out of uniform

It’s the start of a new year and for form four leavers in Kenya, having received results  a few days ago, it’s a time for choosing. Which university? What course? what changes should I make to my previous selections now … Continue reading

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Are you God’s answer to someone’s prayer?

You are on your knees. You are praying fervently to God. You are asking Him to send you something or someone to help you out of a fix. Maybe you need money. Perhaps a loved one is ill and you … Continue reading

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Why you should talk to your 2 year old rather than take them for extra tuition when they are 14

It’s never too late to change, but it makes sense to start the way you mean to continue.  Are you struggling to get good academic results from your children? Many of us spend a lot of money on extra tuition … Continue reading

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Lotion bottles and why there’s more left in you than you think

I don’t like to throw out the lotion bottle until I am convinced it is truly empty. So when pumping doesn’t get the lotion out anymore, I begin to store the bottle upside down, then screw off the pump to … Continue reading

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Comfortable? Maybe you shouldn’t be.

When you are comfortable you are in the perfect place for whatever you need in that moment. Be it sitting or standing or lying in your bed. You are positioned in such a way that your muscles are relaxed and … Continue reading

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Creating The Dots

 Creating The Dots.

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Creating The Dots

Creating the Dots Remember joining dots to complete the picture when you were a pre-schooler? Some pictures were super-easy to discern even before you joined the dots, while others required a little more thinking. As you got older the exercise … Continue reading

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