My Reading Intentions for 2020

    Happy 2020 Friends!!! It has been ages since I was last updated this space so let's begin with a recap: 2019: My Year in Review In 2019, I set out to read less. While the reading life is the best, I felt that it was taking away from other pursuits that would make … Continue reading My Reading Intentions for 2020

Taking Stock: June 2018

Drinking: KETEPA's earl grey tea. This is not a paid mention but so far, I think its the best in the Kenyan market...so far. It steeps very well and the price point is VERY reasonable. Reading: more than 50 books before the end of 2018! I am so excited that I surpassed my Goodreads goal … Continue reading Taking Stock: June 2018

When your dream comes calling…

Privileged. Blessed. Lucky. These are all words that one of my good friends used to describe me. After all, I had been admitted to one if the best business schools in the UK albeit in the world. In my mind, I was rebutting all of his adjectives with the words: Imposter. Imposter. Imposter. Even as … Continue reading When your dream comes calling…

4 Ways to Avoid Commitment Traps

We are inundated with success stories. We feel the pressure to overachieve.  As we begin 2015,  we transfer that pressure into laundry lists of goals and end up making unconscious commitments. By the time March rolls around, getting out of bed becomes a daily struggle, certain phone calls are left unanswered...you know what I am … Continue reading 4 Ways to Avoid Commitment Traps

What would you do if you were not afraid?

...I would visit the snake park more often and probably pet a snake with my bare hand. ... I would go ice –skating at Panari Sky Centre with a group of 7-year-old with “Russian Olympic-gold-worthy” moves.  I would not feel even a tinge of envy as I hold onto the railing for dear life while … Continue reading What would you do if you were not afraid?