“Tenda Wema Nenda Zako, usisahau Mungu anaona”  “Tenda Wema nenda zako” A Swahili saying that means, “Do good and move on”. Often, we lean on the fact that we should do good and good will be done to us but sadly this is not the case in today’s world. Some of us learn this the hard way, […]

“An apology is a lovely perfume; it can transform the clumsiest moment into a gracious gift.” Often we believe that apologising is a sign of weakness and a show of defeat.  As a result, we find it very difficult to apologise when we get caught in a situation, especially when we feel we are right. […]

“Life is too short to care about what people think.” This is the misconception that most of us have whenever we are posting our information on our social media platforms and presenting ourselves to the world. We often declare “This is the real me” yet we forget that there is a thin line between realness […]

“Love your parents and treat them with loving care, for you will only know their value when you see an empty chair” Parents are probably the most prized possessions in our lives seeing that we are all on earth because of them. However, at some stages in life, as in all relationships, we tend to […]

“I am a work in progress and every day is a day at the construction site, I have to keep building, keep working and making every day a mission of getting to be the best version of myself” How many times do we wake up, hoping to be the better version of ourselves? It is […]

“Strange how mean words can return to one’s thoughts years after they’ve been callously thrown at you. They replay in your mind, spiking a sense of remembered pain. Nasty name calling can be an ugly memory that stabs unexpectedly—not unlike a nightmare where you wake up crying.” “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but […]

“The object of love is not getting something you want but doing something for the well- being of the one you love.” For love to be reciprocated, we should learn to express it in a way that our partner understands best. Most of the time we find ourselves questioning the kind of relationships we are […]