THE HABITS OF A WELL GROOMED WOMAN

The importance of being well groomed to us all cannot be overemphasized. Being well groomed aids in personal hygiene and health. Our bodies are God’s temple, taking care of them is way of giving thanks to Him and is a show of self love. People who are well groomed are perceived to be more competent, intelligent and polished. Sometimes they  even earn more money than those who do not put

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The habits of a well groomed man

These past few weeks the Wacha niKwambie blog has been deliberating on sexual confidence ,a crucial element of sexual satisfaction that ultimately leading to sexual wellness. One thing that we discovered is that being confident of ones physical appearance is intricately linked to ones self confidence and ultimately impacts on ones sexual wellness. Nothing builds up a man’s self confidence like being well groomed and the size of his wallet

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OPERATION PEPESHA MOTO 2018: BOOSTING SEXUAL CONFIDENCE

Sexual confidence or confidence in life in general must come from within. Someone who is self confident does not seek validation from others. When you know your worth, you do not settle for nothing but the best for yourself and this includes bedroom and sexuality matters too. So believe in yourself. Take the initiative when you need some sexual intimacy. This advice generally applies to women who may not be

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OPERATION PEPESHA MOTO 2018: AN INTRODUCTION TO SEXUAL CONFIDENCE AND FACTORS THAT CAUSE LACK OF SEXUAL CONFIDENCE

Every month of July, the “Wacha niKwambie” blog endeavours to journey with it is readers in matters of Sexual Wellness a very critical aspect of human health and well being in a campaign dubbed “Operation pepesha moto” (Translation: Operation ignite the fire). Over the past three years the blog has focussed on areas such as the differences between male and female sexuality and finding the middle ground, aspects of how

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Social Etiquette Tips

Apart from the work place on a day to day basis we get to interact with people on a social capacity. During this interaction there are expected norms and behaviours that make for effective communication and enhanced relationships with our friends and loved ones. Something as basic as how we eat, what our mothers referred to as “table manners”, how we use the bathroom or restroom can make or break

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A Tribute in honour of the memory of my beloved father

… the greatest supporter of this Lifestyle Blog as read at CITAM (NPC) Valley Road Church, Nairobi on Wednesday, 13th June 2018… Daddy, you called me your “twin” daughter because of our physical and “hyper” personality resemblance. We enjoyed similar passions in life – media, reading, writing, fashion and inspiring people. I hope you know how that makes me feel – proud to be your “twin” daughter, a spitting image

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Workplace Etiquette

The work place for many people is where they spend most of their awake hours at. Workplace Etiquette is very important for good relationships and effective communication within the work place. The three pillars of Workplace Etiquette are: Respect Non harassment Good communication Most professional offices have a code of conduct that employees adhere to. Understand the values, policies and procedures of your work place. Work place Etiquette refers to

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I need me some good manners: an Introduction to Etiquette

The Cambridge English Dictionary describes the word Etiquette as “the set of rules or customs that control accepted behaviour in particular social groups or social situations.” Etiquette varies across cultures, geographical locations and generations. For example what was considered good manners to ones great grandparents may not augur well with one today. What may be considered the expected norm in a given country may differ when one moves to a

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“Relax. Re-center. Rejuvenate.” Signs that you need to take a break and the importance of taking a break from your daily routine from time to time

The first five months of the year have been an exhilarating ride for me  both from a personal, professional and blogging front. Apart from the day to day routine of coordinating a home, and having my son transition into primary school other things begged for my attention. You see I belong to the sandwich generation we are smack in the middle of  taking care of younger and elderly dependents and

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An interview with Wanjiru Catherine, CEO and Founder Saffara Limited, Kenya on Business and Leisure Travel

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” St. Augustine. This past month of April 2018, Wacha niKwambie  blog embarked on a series dubbed “Safari Tunayo!”. Every once in a while the blog takes a break, a digital holiday if you will, to enjoy the sights and sounds of our local tourist offering around Kenya and around the world. The aim of the

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