17th May 2019

Midlife Crisis

Both men and women can experience a midlife crisis, but they experience the crisis differently. Men focus directly on their achievements, and their desire to prove their success to others […]
12th May 2019

We have been nominated for the BAKE Awards 2019

The nominees for the BAKE Awards 2019 have been announced. The nominees’ announcement also coincides with the launch of the voting phase. Voting began on 7th May 2019 and will […]
8th May 2019

Emotional and Physical changes in men over 40

“Male menopause” is also called andropause. It describes a drop in testosterone levels that many men experience when they get older. This could begin from the 40s. If you’re a […]
7th May 2019

The Spiritual Awakening at 40

At around 40 many start looking inward- seeking redirection; 1. What are my passions? 2. What interests do I have? 3. Who am I? 4. What drives me? 5. What […]
6th May 2019

Finances in the Forties

The forties ideally are the time for peak earnings and people are halfway through entering the work force and traditional retirement age. Making solid investments and saving for your retirement […]
24th April 2019

Dating at forty : Challenges women face

Serious men who are after a long term relationship and not just a casual fling are hard to come by. Men should look at the total package that a woman […]
 

about me

I believe in taking life with a big spoon, seeing the cup always as half full, and enjoying the scenery in this journey called life. I am a proud mother of one beloved son nicknamed “The Champ”. We make Nairobi City County, Kenya our home.

30th March 2019

Lessons I learned from my mother

Lesson 4: The happiest people do not necessarily have the best of everything, they just make the best of everything they have From my mother I learned that some of […]
19th March 2019

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 […]
13th March 2019

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 […]
25th February 2019

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, […]
19th February 2019

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 […]
14th February 2019

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 […]
7th February 2019

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 […]
19th January 2019

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 […]