Self Improvement


3 years ago

How To Get Rid Of Pimples Using The Kenyan Home Remedies For Acne

You have spent a fortune on those soaps in Kenya that you see on Kenya television to get rid of acne, but the condition has stuck to you like a leech sucking away your confidence. In Kenya, acne is a skin disorder mostly experienced during puberty. However, even people past the age of puberty in Kenya could get the face break outs. Acne in Kenya involves the oil glands found at the base of the hair follicles. Pimples and zits grow when the hair follicles get blocked leading to an accumulation of sebum, an oily liquid that carries dead skin cells to the surface of the skin. Simply put, the c  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Mobile Phone Etiquette In Kenyan Public Places

Some people in Kenya use their mobile phones with decorum, but a few others are a disgrace to the cell phone technology in Kenya. Mobile phone etiquette in Kenya and more so in public areas is a matter that should be keenly addressed in Kenya. Considering that every one of legal age in Kenya owns a mobile phone these days, we would not like to be caught up in one massive noise competition in the streets of Nairobi.

For instance, my workmate Christy is always on call in the office in Nairobi. She is always discussing her heinous escapades over the just elapsed weekend. She will go on  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Tips On How To Embrace Happiness In Kenya

Ever asked yourself this question, “what was I meant to be?” we have all as Kenyans wrestled with the fact that we might not be in the job fields in Kenya we are supposed to be. Ever felt trapped in time and space like you should be somewhere else in a different place living a different life? We have all watched a movie, seen a picture or read a book, and we’ve said these words, “This is me. This is where I want to be”. We have envied other people\'s situations, opportunities and experiences in Kenya, and we have thought that we could do more with the situation  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How To Overcome Monday Morning Blues:The Kenyan Way

Monday mornings are one of the most dreaded periods in Kenya, and more so in Nairobi. Students in Kenya don’t feel this effect as the working nation does.  A cold or rainy Kenya Monday morning is reason enough to make one call in sick. Again the opposite is true. There was an acronym coined some time, and it does rounds on social media every Friday, religiously! “T.G.I.F” which means Thank God It’s Friday is usually every working man’s update in Kenya. Most workingKenyans  always look forward to the weekend, to unwind and have at least 7 hours of slee  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How Understanding Leads To Success In Kenya: Advice To Youths

“Failing to understand or understanding to fail “, get it right today.

Many Kenyans fail to be successful just because they failed to “understand “from the word go. Understanding is the most critical and most fundamental of components which allows for any changes in your life. Without understanding, there is nothing and no means to change your situationin Kenya. All means of achieving highly in Kenyan context rest within the mind and understanding is the foundation of all this. The Biblical Solomon did not pray or ask for wisdom as many think. But rather he a  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Tips On How To Gain Weight In Kenya

Everybody in Kenya is so engrossed in searching for tips on how to lose weight to gain that coveted shape. On the flipside, there are those underweight people in Kenya tormenting themselves with junk in a bid to weigh more, and add to the figure on that weighing scale. Most anorexic and underweight people in Kenya cannot really get tips on how to add to their weight. There are two ways to go about adding to those kilos in Kenya:

  • Eat to gain weight
  • Work out to gain weight

Eating to gain weight in Kenya

This method of eating to gain weight in  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Tips On How To Get A Goodnight Sleep In Kenya

It’s Monday again, and yet you probably feel like you did not get enough rest during the weekend. A lot of Kenyans go to bed tired and wake up tired. Sleep in Kenya is a vital facet of life. Sleep is what enables your body to rejuvenate, and your mind to stay alert during the day. Sleep deprivation in Kenya causes havoc in the human body and brings with it ailments that are better left in a medical journal in Kenya. When your body does not get enough sleep, it tends to keep a score. Sleep debt in Kenya is not a myth, sooner or later; you have to pay up if you are not treating your bod  Continue reading ...