For the Ladies: Stop Complaining

Ladies, I love you, I adore you and God made you more beautiful than the roof of Sistine Chapel. In addition to that, some of you have genuine reasons to complain, after all, a lot of the time, men are well (no offence fellas) useless really. Just selfish users who don’t bring much to your life. HOWEVER, for the love of all that is peaceful and pure: please stop complaining so much.

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The Art of Never Getting Tired: What Recharges You?

The Art of Never Getting Tired: What Recharges You?

Relaxed

I just got home-I wrote this on 25th March 2008- and I am feeling REFRESHED. I just came from visiting people that I had not seen in almost a year and I must say that it was exactly what I needed. Read more »

The Interview with Mwangi

Thanks to Grace Kerongo from Nairobi Star for giving this up and coming blog some exposure, I really appreciate that. The email interview is pasted below. Grace’s questions are in plain text and my responses are in bold.

First up, huge thanks for interviewing me. My first interview ever and I am very excited. Hope it is of interest and benefit to you. Read more »

How to Set Realistic Expectations

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I once heard a very simple definition of unhappiness, and I paraphrase: Read more »

 
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My Story as an African Immigrant:Part five

Before you read this, make sure you have read: Part one, Part two, Part three and Part four of my African immigrant story.

PART FIVE

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My Story as an African Immigrant:Part Four

Before reading this, please make sure you have read: Part one, Part two and Part three of my story as an African immigrant

Sad African

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My Story as an African Immigrant:Part three

Before you read this make sure you have read: Part one and Part two of my story as an African immigrant

Poor African

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My Story as an African Immigrant:Part two

Before reading this, make sure you read:Part one of my story as an African immigrant.

Mwangi - the Displaced African

PART TWO

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Success Story from the African Diaspora: Wilfred ole Saroni

I interrupt the regularly scheduled programing, (believe it or not, the blog runs on a program now…who woulda thought) to bring you a quick inspirational story from the Diaspora. Whereas material wealth isn’t everything (I’m serious), I still love stories like these because they force us to raise our standards and our beliefs about what is possible. Anyway enjoy and I hope it sparks some thought (and more importantly) some action that will get you on a headline somewhere. Taken verbatim from this Daily Nation article:

US-based Kenyan businessman joins the big league Story by ENOCK WAMBUA in Lowell, Massachusetts
Publication Date: 3/22/2008
A Kenyan made history this week by taking his privately owned business to the mainstream of America’s commerce. Read more »

My Story as an African Immigrant: Introduction and Part One

Why Write Out My History in Australia?

Hello! Hello ! Hello! I once heard the expression: Read more »



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