Slow It Down

This past year has been incredibly intense. My brain is bursting to the seams with things I’ve learnt, people I’ve met and places I’ve been to. I’ve been wondering what to do with all of it. And I don’t want to move on to the next stage of my life without figuring out where it’s

Thank You, June

Life moves quickly. So swiftly, that it’s easy to miss the things, people and events that make life worthwhile. I’ve decided to create a new section of my blog, to share, appreciate and reflect on each month. I’m grateful for: A visit – There’s something so fulfilling about being in the company of people who

New (Corporate) Slaves

I wrote about this a while ago. But I read an article recently that has reignited my feeling towards this issue, so here we go again- why are we so obsessed with overworking? Corporations want to make us all slaves to the glorious corporate world. We tow the line- hook, line and sinker. Make no mistake-

Thank You, May

Life moves quickly. So swiftly, that it’s easy to miss the things, people and events that make life worthwhile. I’ve decided to create a new section of my blog, to share, appreciate and reflect on each month. A scholarship – In 3 months, I will be embarking on a new chapter of my life! I’m

Kenya, I can’t wait to be back

If the conference I attended this past weekend is anything to go by, Kenya is an African powerhouse. The President of Ghana referenced Kenya as the potential Silicon Valley of Africa and many others paid tribute to the groundbreaking innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity taking place in Kenya. And why wouldn’t they? With people like Sam Gichuru