A little off tangent from my usual posts. @SiliconAfrica has written an article that is now trending on big sites and social media timelines. Whereas it is a lovely sensationalist opinion based piece, the common school of thought in international business and international human resource management from where the term expatriate (expat)is most used reveals … Continue reading Did @siliconafrica really ask why white people are expats and the “rest of us” are immigrants?
Keeping each other engaged in the relationship with the mid morning texts, random date nights, and occasional gifts has taught me to think less of myself and think more about her. We find ourselves consumed with thoughts of our partner and how best we can support them in their dreams, ambitions and desires.
I don't do open letters, here's my first response to an open letter @CindyOgana shared with us from one Ben Kipronoh addressed to womenfolk. Dear Ben Kipronoh, Firstly, in case you think nobody got the content of your letter or heard anything that you had to say, take heart, I did. And I’d just like to say thanks … Continue reading RESPONSE: An Open Letter to Ben Kipronoh
It is no secret that our time is slowly being consumed by IT and gadgets. We no longer prioritize books or reading for that matter. The same culture has been trickling down to our children. So bad has the reading culture become that too many children in Kenya are completing their primary school education without … Continue reading @GrabABookKE offers a solution to a growing problem
So you asked him to be your boyfriend or you told him that you liked him, and based on all the signs you expected he felt the same way that you did, but sadly he didn't. Turns out he thought you were “just friends” and now he has more or less thrown you into the … Continue reading So you want him to be your boyfriend?
Before you read this post, read Part 1. So one day, Lucy went ahead and told Drew she liked him. Via text. Almost. “Hi you! What if I woke one day I told you I liked you? Wouldn’t that be hilarious?” Breath was held. The stare was fixed on the WhatsApp screen. Drew typing… Well… … Continue reading If you love something, let it go, Right? Part 2 by @shikungigi
It's a cliché we all know and love to quote. We love to quote it when trying to comfort heartbroken friends and foe alike. Well, let me tell you a little story: There was a tiny little lady who lived in her tiny little world just letting nature takes its course because she had no idea … Continue reading If you love something, let it go. Right? Part 1 by @shikungigi
Like many people, I have asked myself what it truly means to submit to a spouse, submit to God’s will, submit to authority and this is what this months blogs will all be about, you will get to learn from people I deem as very profound and deep :-)… The first perspective (which is this article) … Continue reading Submission: Your Spouse
Some of these you may or may not have heard before, they may even be on someone elses list at number 20-25. well, here are a few things that I have picked up over the years and they have added a kind of spice to our marriage. 1. Chores Womanfolk over the years have been … Continue reading GENTS: Five random tips to enrich your marriage.
My first lesson in manhood was a painful experience. A baptism of fire metaphorically. I remember visiting the old man on his hospital bed a boy looking forward to spending time with his father over the December holidays and a few weeks later a man told not to weep and be strong for the family’s … Continue reading Lessons in being a man by @azizmola