What is that one constant in your life?

People will come into your life as others leave. Others that you trusted will disappoint you. Jobs will come and go. Your health or your loved one’s health may fail you. What you hold the dearest may be suddenly taken away from you. What will be your anchor in life? What is your constant? What is that one thing that you will hold on to that will keep you going

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Lessons I learned from my Mother

We hope that March 2019 is going on well for all our readers from us at Wacha niKwambie blog, Kenya. This month I am musing on, “Lessons I learned from my mother.” My mother played a fundamental role in my life. I wish to Give Back and Pay it forward by sharing some of the morsels gained from age old wisdom and life experiences with my  mother simply Mummy to

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Keeping that Valentine feeling aglow

Long, after Valentine’s Day gone that that love remains strong… that is they type of romance most of us aspire for. What can couples do to stay connected, in love, keep the romance throughout the year? That is the question we at ‘Wacha niKwambie’ blog are asking ourselves this week? Compliment and show appreciation to your partner. Remember that if you do not compliment or show your appreciation to your

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Wacha niKwambie talks to Interior Designer Nzisa Kioko

Home truly is where the heart is. A sanctuary, a place of love, rest and rejuvenation. Wacha niKwambie blog had the pleasure of interviewing Nzisa Kioko, a fledgling Interior Designer and Graduate of the University of Nairobi on some aspects of Interior Designer. Thank you Nzisa for sharing with us your knowledge and experience. Who is Nzisa Kioko? Nzisa is a fun loving reader, writer, designer who loves colour and

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Interview with Winfred Buya Mukonzo of The Empower HER Initiative

This year, the ‘Wacha niKwambie’ blog embarked on a yearlong theme dubbed, ‘Giving Back: I will be my brother’s and sister’s keeper’ a clarion call to all the readers of this blog to reach out to their communities and ‘give back’ and inevitably leave this world a better place than we found it. This month of February we are blessed to interview a young Kenyan lady, Winfred Buya who will

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How to cope with change and transition

I write this at the end of another day. After the end of another day of family, work, career and the so many things that I have to juggle on a day to day. After I am done with this article, I will hop into bed, get some good sleep and hit the road running yet again tomorrow. Amidst the day to day balls that I have juggle I find

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How we can all give back

This past week has been a harrowing week in my country Kenya as we were the victims of a terrorist attack in a popular upmarket hotel and office suite in our capital city Nairobi.What touched us all was the swift response by our security forces in their line of duty but over and above that was the common man and woman who responded in their special way to try and

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Why we should all give back

The free online dictionary gives one of the definitions of the idiom “Give Back” as; “To act in a charitable manner, often by donating money or volunteering.e.g. “I like to give back to my community by working with other volunteers to clean up our local parks.”” Giving Back to ones community offers immense benefits; Do you want to make an impact in your community? Give Back. Perhaps you do not

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It is time to Give Back

Why choose, “Giving Back: I will be my brother’s and sister’s keeper” as a theme for the ‘Wacha niKwambie’ blog this year? Partly propelled by the lead writer’s happenings in her life last year, partly propelled by the situation in her country, Kenya. We have heard it over and over again that to live a life of purpose is to live a life that is beyond oneself. So what if

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Grief Therapy CITAM Valley Road – Short Notes

Sunday, 16th December 2018  As a family pray together Make random visits to each other Get a project that takes you back home, where your loved ones rest Your foundation of past years is what will see you through. Nourish your soul with the word when things are fair and calm as that is what will hold you in the storm The initial reaction to the death of a loved

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