Happy birthday to me! 24 years on this earth and I still feel like I am so young yet have such little time to do all I want to in this lifetime. I am not a wise 68-year-old yet but there sure are some things I wish I had known sooner than later. In this post I will be writing some tips to my younger self, 24 of them…
If I could transfer the thoughts in my head at any one given time onto a blank page, it would have lots of glitter, blobs of ink, different wavy lines coloured like the rainbow, black lines across the page and pink stars as a border line. This is what it feels like to be an overthinker. There is usually so much going on in my little head. If my blank page analogy didn’t give you a picture clear enough about how it feels to overthink, here are 7 confessions of what I go through daily. Continue reading “7 Confessions Of An Overthinker”
These are a few words I would use to describe myself whenever I looked into the mirror. Not only because I was ‘crazy’, but because people’s daunting insults and jokes ingrained these descriptions deeper into my being every time they were uttered. Continue reading “#FLAWED”
It’s a new month. Congratulations on making it past the first quarter of the year. I’ve had a lot of things happen in my life these past few months. A whole lot of great things and a whole lot of bad things too. I lost a friend I held dear, got my door slammed in my face for some opportunities I really wanted and felt a roller coaster of emotions simultaneously. Nevertheless, I always manged to find myself bouncing back up through all the ups and downs (thank you Jesus). Here are the 5 things I did that hopefully can help you if you fin yourself in a similar situation:
The month of love is soon ending. Valentine’s day came and went. Roses were bought that have now withered, gifts were purchased that have now been forgotten, and most importantly, the single people are still breathing. Woop woop! We made it folks.
I am finally done with university. Fare thee well 8.4.4 education system! You really tortured me and equally taught me well. I must admit that out of the 16 years in the Kenyan education system, campus’ last four years were the most memorable. I learnt quite a lot along the way. Some of which I will explain below: Continue reading “What nobody tells you in campus”