Giraffe Centre in Lang’ata – A safe haven for Africa’s watchtowers


After months of endless restrictions due to the ravaging pandemic, the masks have finally come off and the country is roaring back to life. With the holiday season in full swing, it is a huge sigh of relief to many especially the business folk as they looked forward to resuming and recovering from the losses incurred during the pandemic. For adventure lovers like me, it is a much-needed break from the dull routine that kept us confined in very few spaces. It’s for this reason that friends and I organize a trip to catch a glimpse of the tallest and one of the most

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Looking back at 2020


Looking back at 2020

2020 has been a tumultuous year for many, not just locally but around the world as well. For the most part, the world was ravaged by an insidious and deadly virus that virtually sent everyone scuttling and working from home. Never before in modern times has the world been Continue Reading


Common misconceptions about working from home


As the COVID-19 cases continue to surge in number, it’s becoming increasingly apparent that we are headed for a possible lockdown. Already, some employers have requested their workforce to adopt a work-from-home model to stay safe from the rapidly spreading virus. If you are among those who have found themselves working from home, Continue Reading


COVID-19 – a ticking time bomb waiting to explode

COVID-19 strain of Coronavirus

Kenyans are a worried lot. And rightfully so because of the casual approach taken by the government in response to the COVID-19 strain of Coronavirus which has been declared a global pandemic by the WHO. Last week, a plane full of Chinese nationals touched down at JKIA airport. This comes as other countries, with enough medical resources and workforce to manage the pandemic, are busy enforcing travel restrictions on flights from China and other affected countries. A few days later, massive panic gripped residents of Continue Reading


Make it a purposeful Christmas this season

make it a purposeful Christmas

The holiday mood is in full swing, and by the time you are reading this, chances are you are tearing into the sumptuous pieces of marinated chicken and mbuzi choma as you unwind with your family, relatives, and friends. Party after party is the slogan that will best define this period. But nothing beats the Christmas of yore. Continue Reading


4 Reasons people stay in jobs they hate

stay in jobs they hate

You’ve always promised yourself that you’d quit your job. Nothing excites you anymore. Getting to work seems like such a big hassle, the slightest of tasks feels like a heavy weight placed on your shoulders and you are always glancing at your watch waiting for the 5 pm hour mark to catch a bus home. The following morning, you’ll wake up to the dreaded chime of your alarm and the vicious cycle will continue. Not so many years ago, Continue Reading


How to become a good online writer

become a good online writer

It’s been a roller-coaster ride for me in the online freelance writing space since I left the corporate world 6 months back and made my foray into freelancing. I never once imagined being an online freelancer. In my little mind, the Corporate world was the best place one could be. What with the fixed salary, health insurance, fuel allowance …. Benefits were endless. Were it not for Continue Reading