Ask my shoe of our love affair

Originally posted on Julieinspire:
In love with heels but baby, we’ve got to part. Image credit I am a typical woman. That statement is loaded with qualities that only women would understand. You know, like having a closet full  of clothes and not being able to find anything worth wearing? Anyone? Today I’ll not talk…

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Run for a good cause at Safaricom Marathon 2016

Fitness is good for your physical and mental health. Fitness for a good cause is even better. Safaricom, Tusk Trust and Lewa Conservancy have launched the Safaricom Marathon 2016, which is scheduled for June 25th 2016 at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Isiolo County. The theme this year remains as last year  “Run for a good cause” Lewa…

How to create an altogether different message

“Meaning is internal and individual”, Donald K. Smith said in his book Creating Understanding: A Handbook for Christian Communication Across Cultural Landscapes. We form meanings from our mental models. What we are exposed to constantly forms our mental models, as Donald Smith says. These can be experiences, signals, environment, present needs and the referent- what you…

#UberTaxiWars may increase UBER users

Change is often met with resistance, a statement that is only too real in the taxi industry. Since the introduction of UBER taxis to the Kenyan market in 2015, traditional taxis have been complaining of unfair competition. UBER taxis use a transparent billing system that is cheaper than the traditional taxis. As a consumer, I…

Women are still persons even in Kenya

  Last month I participated in a twitter chat on Domestic violence under the hashtag #BlackNBlue. Out of the conversations that emerged that day, I was taken aback to why women have to stay in abusive relationships. I was reminded of the man who beat up his 26 year old wife and claimed to have immunity…

The State of Football in Kenya by Nancy Kamau

Wrangles, incompetence, mismanagement and corruption is what describes the state of football in Kenya. A promising future back in the year 2003, when Dennis Oliech led the Harambee Stars into the African cup of nations 2004 is the closest Kenya has come close to a world cup qualifier. During the period, only Morocco tallied more…