Happy New Month! This month of October 2018 is an effort to rev up our physical selves in a month christened, “Mwili wangu hazina yangu – My body my treasure.” Some tit bits on physical fitness. Some signs that you are physically fit; You can touch your toes. Your heart rate falls quickly after a work out. No exterior belly or thigh fat. Your body moves easily.
Many a time we do not know what type of support or comfort to give a family or friend who is grieving. The best support to give someone is as follows: Acknowledge the situation. Express your love and concern for the person who is grieving. Offer your support e.g. chores and roles. Ask the bereaved person how they feel and listen to them. Be there. Listen some more. Give reassurance
His love and honour for my parents. His love for a diverse group of people. My brother never discriminated on anyone. For youth and vibrance in our home. His swag and fashion sense that was just awesome. How children freely mingled and connected with him. His pets, specifically his dogs; Snoopy and Leo, mad love to you. His smile that could brighten any day. His pacifying nature between my sister
With loss comes grief. Incomplete grief arises when it is stalled or side tracked. Signs of incomplete grief include; Irritability or anger. Continued obsessing or musing over the deceased person. Hyper alertness and fear of loss. One tends to feel more vulnerable, the world unsafe, world seems unsafe, hypersensitivity and alertness for worse things. Behavioral overreaction. Addictive or self harming behaviour. Turning to alcohol, drugs or workaholism. Apathy, numbness or
The loss of a sibling in adulthood can have many meanings:- -It is the loss of a brother or sister who shared a unique co-history with you. This person was an integral part of your formative past, for better or worse. -Your brother or sister shared common memories, along with critical childhood experiences and family history. -When death takes your brother or sister, it also takes away one of your
When you’re grieving it is both important and difficult to take care of yourself. Your loss may take away your energy, your appetite and your emotional reserves. How to take care of yourself 1) Allow yourself to grieve: Often we push the grief away, or tamp it down by distracting ourselves with activities or tasks. Trying to avoid grief only leads to prolonging it — the grief has to be
I recently lost my father and I took some time out to hibernate into my own thoughts, to count my losses, weep and mourn, recoup my losses and seek the way forward. I have finally gathered the strength to blog about my experience. You see I have always been Daddy’s girl, there is nothing that I held back from my father, NOTHING at all. More than a father he was
Business Plan The Business Plan is a road map for a business. When an entrepreneur seeks partnership and collaborations with different organizations many will ask for the business plan to get deep insights into your business. The following are the components of a Business Plan; Executive Summary It gives a snap shot of the Business Plan and a summary of what the Business Plan contains. Company Description This gives a
So you have turned your business idea into a reality, it is now a legally registered entity meeting all the statutory requirements. You have obtained the finances to start it. You know the right target market for your products and services. Congratulations!!! Moving on swiftly to the other spokes of the wheel called entrepreneurship; day to day management of the finances of an organization and marketing of its goods and
Welcome to Entrepreneurship month in this blog. You are in in the right page! According to the Cambridge English online dictionary, an Entrepreneur is defined as; “someone who starts their own business, especially when this involves seeing a new opportunity:” According to Investopedia; An entrepreneur is an individual who, rather than working as an employee, founds and runs a small business, assuming all the risks and rewards of the venture.