Book Review

BOOK REVIEW: The beautiful things that heaven bears by Dinaw Mengestu

So far I have read Kenyan, Nigerian, South African, Ghanian, Egyptian, Ugandan and now Ethiopian. I have found myself gravitating towards books that make me think about life and how life weaves itself in its own way and at its own time. The beautiful things that heaven bears is one such book. Deep and mesmerizing… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The beautiful things that heaven bears by Dinaw Mengestu

Education and School · Investments · Thoughts & REFLECTIONS

Book Review:The Unfair Advantage by Robert Kiyosaki

Monday, another week, another challenge, some good inspiration. And what better way to get some good inspiration than to read a good book. This Monday is as good as any to get yourself a book. A Monday book. Well, I have one that you won’t want to put down. Its simple but in its simplicity… Continue reading Book Review:The Unfair Advantage by Robert Kiyosaki

Society · Thoughts & REFLECTIONS

Dreams of the City

You always see a different perspective when you are looking at something from the inside and the outside, the near and the far. It makes you see something you don’t normally consider in your day to day life. And even better when you re-have those perspectives. I used to imagine Nairobi in my head before… Continue reading Dreams of the City

Book Review · Relationships · Society

Book/Author Review: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

So… my resident favourite author is in the news. Chimamanda is back! Relax now…another book is not yet here (but soon…very soon). She has been making waves since she spilled that she just gave birth to a girl and her troubles with depression during an interview on Lunch with the FT Both great news because… Continue reading Book/Author Review: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Education and School · Society

The Dreaded Attachments

Most people finishing second or third year have these overwhelming feelings… feelings to do with attachment. You know its a phase you can skip but you are not willing to… a risk you cant afford to take if you are not Uhuru’s son or daughter(i wish i was a first daughter… imagine the opportunities!). So… Continue reading The Dreaded Attachments

Society · Thoughts & REFLECTIONS


This is Kenya … the land of milk and honey. We are known the world over (and probably in other worlds and universes if they exist) for alot of things. We are famous for alot having put our name in various facets of the world. we rule the marathons and races we have world renowned… Continue reading THE BRIBING NATION