At the beginning of last year, we promised we’d try to deliver article every week for 12 months. Like your New Year resolutions and promising yourself that you’d never contact your ex again, we failed within the first two weeks. But unlike you, it’s not because we have unresolved childhood trauma that draws us to toxic people like moth to light.Read More New Year Resolutions
Candle In The Wind is a memoir of Mr. Omondi Were’s battle with cancer, his subsequent passing on, and the family’s struggle to cope with the loss of the gang leader. The cover literally tells you that it’s a “brokenhearted memoir of my hero.” That means you should expect sad stories and motivational speaking, doesn’t it?Well, it’s a lie.
If you want to read something sad, read about Daddy Owen’s love life. This book is full of life, light, and positivity. It’s more than a brokenhearted memoir of losing the only hero he has ever known his entire life. Candle In The Wind is one of those books that will leave you feeling a certain warmth in your heart instead of heartbreak.
The employment situation is sickening and only keeps getting worse. Everyone seems to be surviving a horrible boss. Well, everyone except me. I’ve never had a horrible bossRead More The Good Boss(es)
We have this thing where we promise to deliver Monday Post every Monday. We then do posts for two consecutive posts then think we are on fire, baibe. Only to run out of steam and disappear for a while and pop up again with more promises of consistency. Nevertheless, you have always stood by us.…Read More The Liebster Award- Junior Elders
Comrades tibim, Do people still say that? I don’t know man, I just didn’t know how to start this off. I have always found the phrase awkward, and the fact that whoever popularized it tried to kill someone in cold blood makes it even more awkward. I know you are busy cursing KUCCPS (during our…Read More Freshman? Campus Life Hacks 101