Writing and the constraints of time

Lately, I have been reading the legendary philanthropist, Bill Gate’s personal blog, which is called Gates Notes. How is he writing so often? He is so prolific in talking about his work and experiences and I wonder where he finds the time – considering the sheer demands on his time. Given his position, I am …

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New VAT Law bring savings into my home!

The VAT Act became law in Kenya and was implemented in the past two weeks. With it, came an increase in a number of daily necessities that have seen major changes in my house. These commodities include Milk and Newspapers (among several others) I have not bought a newspaper in the last approximately 2 weeks …

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I support the Peremende Movement

About 2 weeks ago, I met a doctor, one of those that are on strike in Kenya, over dinner and I asked him why they are on strike. You see, I knew they were on strike and I had seen some of the footage in the news, but I really didn’t support them because I …

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I’m feeling bright and so does my blog

It has been one hell of a week. miles and miles of roller coaster rides and I have been successful. I spent some time with “Coach”, the founder of Peak Performance International and he was very profound. I have sporadically had a very good time with a little girl over the past few months and …

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