As she said, “Kwamboka – this juice is nutritious!’ – a tribute to Mummy

The writer at three months with her beloved mother  I like to imagine that my mother’s love for my healthy diet began long before I made entry into this planet. I can imagine her nourishing her pregnant self as my unformed body grew in her womb with a balanced diet of fruits and vegetables, starchy food, foods rich in protein and dairy foods. I imagine her steadily gaining pregnancy weight,

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“Thank you for your readership.”

August, 2015. Footnote The birds-of-paradise are members of the family Paradisaeidae of the order Passeriformes. The majority of species are found in New Guinea and its satellites, with a few in the Maluku Islands and eastern Australia. The family has 41 species in 14genera.[1] The members of this family are perhaps best known for the plumage of the males of the sexually dimorphic species (the majority), in particular the highly

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A journey through our kitchen – what men and women need to stock in their pantries

This month of August begins a  journey through Physical Wellness with a focus on Good Diet. If you are like me, sometimes you ask yourself whether you are optimizing your diet if not for yourself then for the good health of your family. This new month  we navigate through a healthy diet. A healthy diet helps one maintain a healthy weight, keeps one looking their best, helps support ones mood,

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A journey through our kitchen – what men and women need to stock in their pantries

This month of August begins a  journey through Physical Wellness with a focus on Good Diet. If you are like me, sometimes you ask yourself whether you are optimizing your diet if not for yourself then for the good health of your family. This new month  we navigate through a healthy diet. A healthy diet helps one maintain a healthy weight, keeps one looking their best, helps support ones mood,

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One World United on Safe Sex with Dr. Love

  Kwambie:Hope everyone had an awesome week. We welcome to the studio one Dr. Love, sex expert par excellence. Today being the last session on focus on matters sexual we are doing things a bit differently with Dr. Love taking in calls from different parts of the world, from readers and followers of ‘Wacha ni Kwambie Uzima’ and questions from members of the ‘Wacha niKwambie Uzima’ studio right here at

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An email from Dr. Love – Managing Sexual Tension and a Focus on the Libido.

Dr. Love                                                                                     25thJuly 2015 at 6.15p.m. To: Kwambie Nyambane CC: ‘ Wacha niKwambie Uzima’ blog readers Subject: MANAGING SEXUAL TENSION AND FOCUS ON THE LIBIDO Dear Kwambie, I trust

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Dr. Love and The Wapenzis – on differences in sex between men and women and how to build intimacy.

It has been exactly one week since we buried common myths about sex. Dr. Love, the sex expert  kept his promise and true to his word is now in the studio with us. Today, he is accompanied by a couple who were once his clients  Sifa and Baraka Wapenzi (The Wapenzis)  who will narrate to us  their experience from a point of tumultuous times in their bedroom to the point  that

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Kwambie and the Sex Myth Buster

Kwambie: Today we welcome to the studio, a close friend and sex expert also known as Dr. Love a.k.a the ‘Sex Myth Buster’. He took time out of his busy schedule to join us in the studio to demystify several myths that we may have regarding our sex lives and bury them for good.Hopefully by the end of this discussion we should  have some  true  facts at our fingertips regarding

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The Sex Myth Buster

Kwambie: Today we welcome to the studio, a close friend and sex expert also known as Dr. Love a.k.a the ‘Sex Myth Buster’. He took time out of his busy schedule to join us in the studio to demystify several myths that we may have regarding our sex lives and bury them for good. Hopefully by the end of this discussion we should  have some  true  facts at our fingertips

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Short notes on EI – Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence is developing strong people skills. 1. Know what to say and how to say it. 2. Being caring and considerate. 3. Being a master at managing one’s emotions. 4. Emotional Intelligence is the ability to recognise your emotions, understand what other people are   telling you, and realize how your emotions affect the people around you. It also involves perceptions of others. Characteristics of Emotional Intelligence 1. Being

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