Years spent getting your communal degree in Kenya are finally over, and you are stepping into the dreaded world of the job hunt in Kenya. It is almost routine for all graduates in Kenya to wake up early, shower, dress up and sit to use your computer. Open job websites in Kenya and scan for suitable positions which require less experience since you are just a graduate in Kenya. Graduates in Kenya are used to the routine of applying for all trainee positions in Kenya, but with no reply. Depression sets in, you move on to printing multiple copies of your CV and posting them to all potential em Continue reading ...
Single, lonely, tired of watching couples all around you in Kenya frolicking away all smiles and all you do is cringe? Most of us Kenyans are all there, stuck in a rut. Most Kenyans have tried dating in Kenya, and most of these Kenyans cannot get the right dating partner in Kenya. Of late, I have been seeing dating online advertisements in Kenya and mostly for the local Kenyan dating websites giving us hope to meet a soul mate online.
As a typical traditional Kenyan with Luhya blood streaming through me, online dating in Kenya is however a foreign concept. Whom will I meet onli Continue reading ...
It’s what most women battle with, not easy to get rid off and your fashion sense has to change to accommodate it. I am talking about the bulging belly and love handles that we all work so hard to get rid of. This is the toughest part to tone and requires a lot of commitment to boot. All ladies would die for the rock hard abs that Kim Kardashian has always had.
First thing is first say goodbye to your 1000 calories per day packed in chocolate glazed donuts, fried chicken and fizzy drinks. A healthy diet will go a long way coupled with suitable exercise. Some simple exerci Continue reading ...
When job hunting in Kenya, it has almost always about the amount of money you will be making. Who wants to be stuck in a dead beat job paying peanuts after struggling to work for 3-4 years in campus? One needs to know where the big bucks will come from, and the only way to get there is to do your market research on Kenyan job market thoroughly. Luckily I did some market research of my own and came up with some of the top paying jobs in Kenya.
The main areas that rake in cash in Kenya are the telecommunications sector, marketing and sales, banking, advertisement industries, IT and en Continue reading ...
The Kenyan entertainment scene is strewn with music entertainers, actors, comedians and many more but not forgetting the socialites. A socialite in Kenya is defined as a person who participates in numerous social events and spends a significant amount of time entertaining and being entertained. On a lighter note, Urban dictionary describes it as a rich unemployed person who must be in active contact with media and other rich unemployed people.
Kenya has had a rise in the number of socialites whose fame is growing at quite an alarming rate. Just to mention a few such as Vera Sidika, Continue reading ...
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