As the USA and the World continues its fight for equality. I wanted to share what is it is really like to be a minority in the USA. A lot of people who genuinely do not understand the black lives matters movement. They think it is about minorities against police. When black lives matter is… Continue reading BLACK OR WHITE LIFE? WHICH ONE MATTERS?



With the onset of COVID-19, many, if not most, businesses are transitioning to a work-from-home model. If you have never worked from home before, you might find yourself struggling to transition working remotely. Or even if you have worked from home before, you might be finding it different now that your ENTIRE team or company… Continue reading STAY SANE WHILE WORKING FROM HOME



The COVID 19 Pandemic has massively affected the daily routine and sometimes you find yourself locked at home with nothing to do. Dont worry, here are the fifteen things you can do during this period. 1. Read I like reading but never seem to have enough time to indulge in books, magazines and blogs. This… Continue reading THINGS TO DO DURING THIS COVID 19 LOCK DOWN


Ways to Be More Comfortable With Yourself

Life often feels like one giant contest. Our society is constantly pointing out who's the prettiest, the smartest, the most successful, and the best dressed, who determines those standards, anyway? Exactly. Given all of this, though, it's really no surprise if you don't feel comfortable in your own skin every now and then. Being comfortable… Continue reading Ways to Be More Comfortable With Yourself


Ways to Find Inspiration When You Need It Most

Whether you're feeling weather-related blahs or just have a sense that your life could use some perking up, there are times when we can all use some inspiration. Sometimes you just can’t get yourself motivated, and you don’t have a clue about how to get started. Even though your to-do list is quite full, it’s not… Continue reading Ways to Find Inspiration When You Need It Most


Stop Seeking Validation from Others

It is reasonable for anyone to want their ideas, choices, achievements, or opinions validated by those around them. After all, what is the first thing we do as children when we accomplish something? We look to our parents for recognition or validation that we did a good thing. Validation can be defined as "recognition and… Continue reading Stop Seeking Validation from Others


Reclaiming Your Power

“History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heart-breaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats.” — B. C. Forbes In ancient times, a King had a boulder placed on a roadway where he hid himself and watched to see if anyone would remove the… Continue reading Reclaiming Your Power


When Home is Not Home

One of the most beautiful and evocative of all words is ‘home’. Folded within it are suggestions of safety, understanding, sympathy, warmth and belonging. It is to home that we turn in our minds in desolate moments, when self-doubt and fear threaten to overwhelm us, when enemies insult us and confidence ebbs.  But, at points,… Continue reading When Home is Not Home


For Those Stuck in a Relationship

This is for those among us who are, secretly very stuck,  that is, who are entirely committed to staying, wholly tempted to leave and entirely unable to resolve their dilemma one way or the other. You, the stuck one, alternate between periods in which you manage to convince yourself that it might after all be… Continue reading For Those Stuck in a Relationship


Small Acts of Liberation

It’s not necessarily a well-flagged problem, we tend to situate the risks to our happiness elsewhere but for a proportion of us, the greatest obstacle to our flourishing lies in a high and persistent degree of inhibition. We are, in a range of areas, painfully hesitant about saying what we deeply want, appreciating where we… Continue reading Small Acts of Liberation


A Non-Tragic View of Breaking Up

MCL News of the end of relationships tends to be greeted with deep solemnity in our societies; it is hard not to think of a breakup except in terms of a minor tragedy. People will offer condolences as they might after a funeral. This in turn reflects an underlying philosophy of love, we are taught… Continue reading A Non-Tragic View of Breaking Up


How to Tell a Colleague Their Breath Smells

We tend to have a pretty confident attitude towards the technical failings of the people we work with. These failings may be maddening, but we know how to put them right. Someone needs to go on a course to update their knowledge of building regulations or attend a seminar on data entry. We don’t feel… Continue reading How to Tell a Colleague Their Breath Smells


Can Exes Still be Friends?

Mersam Consulting There are some very strong and socially-endorsed reasons why partners breaking up generally try to remain friends. To the person being, however nicely rejected, the promise of friendship can feel like an emotionally-reassuring consolation prize. You may no longer be allowed to share their bed, have children with them or end our days… Continue reading Can Exes Still be Friends?



Do you know how the best of Communicators or Public speakers started it all? Here are a few things to note Every good leader has something to say. Yet, many of us don’t take the time to polish and shape how we communicate those ideas to others or ponder how others may receive our message.… Continue reading MASTERING THE BASICS OF COMMUNICATION & PUBLIC SPEAKING



Bananas are extremely healthy and delicious. They contain several essential nutrients and provide benefits for digestion, heart health and weight loss. Aside from being very nutritious, they are also a highly convenient snack food. Below are a few science based health benefits of Bananas. Bananas contain many important Nutrients Bananas are among the world’s… Continue reading GO BANANAS FOR BANANAS



Mersam Consulting Have you ever noticed that men don’t ask for permission? They ask for forgiveness. My hunch is that women ask for permission more out of habit than really needing someone to give them a green light. It’s a variation on asking questions to play it safe, but potentially more self-defeating. I expect children,… Continue reading WHY DO WOMEN ASK FOR PERMISSION AND APOLOGIZE EVEN WHEN NOT NECESSARY?


Stereotypes About Fat Girls

It’s hard enough dealing with issues of image when you’re a woman. Everywhere you look there are air-brushed models (Slay Queens), unrealistic representations, and judgment. As I have grown, I have realized the falsehood of these things and have moved on from comparing myself to models or these Slaying Queens everywhere. As a plus-sized woman,… Continue reading Stereotypes About Fat Girls


Multitasking is just a fancy word for being Unfocused

The mothers like myself that make dinner, arrange tomorrow’s breakfast, and help with homework all at the same time are truly remarkable. I do that all the time. I have uncanny ability to multi-task. A skill we are raised to praise and admire. If I can juggle five things at once, I’ll be more effective.… Continue reading Multitasking is just a fancy word for being Unfocused



God is not a man to lie! Last bits of this story came to pass!


This is what happened to me. I grew up in an average family in a small farm in Buuri constituency Meru County.

When I was two years old, I was left under the care of my
grandmother Jennifer” May God rest her Soul in peace “and my mother went to get
married to another person who was not my biological father. As a little girl
then, it did not occur to me that my mother had gone to start a new life
elsewhere and I had my grandmother to cater for me. After all as a child that
young, you hardly know nothing about proper setting of a modern family.

It took about six years for my mother to settle and probably
agree with her husband that I should join them in their new home and henceforth
live together as a family. I recall seeing my…

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