One of the first comments I received on my article “Let’s Talk About Death” was ‘Kufa peke yako!’ Die on your own! It was hardly the most scintillating of responses to the article but it did get me thinking that before I do die, I want to live – a full, fun and fulfilling life. I am sure this is More →
Stop! Don’t flick to the next blogpost. Indulge me for a moment please. What are you scared of? Afraid of death? Frightened of dying? Of course you are. That’s normal. We all fear the unknown and death is probably the biggest unknown. So, your fear is justified. But not talking or thinking about it won’t change the fact that we More →
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Do not leave the house! Do not use Uber! Don’t forget your gloves and mask! The instructions come thick and fast from my family members. The fear in their faces and voices is palpable. It is then that I realise that if coronavirus does not kill us, fear will. As we sacrifice our democratic freedoms in the name of our More →
No young people were hurt in the making of this videoclip! My mother puts the phone down on me in exasperation. My friend messages to tell me about the fight she had with her husband. My sister sharply reminds me of the dangers of the coronavirus and how I am not being cautious enough. My cousin makes a snide More →
Simple, effective, attractive. Takes 2 minutes. No sewing! All you need is a square piece of cloth and 3 rubber bands.
These are tough times – and life seems to be throwing us curveball after curveball – mainly in the name of the coronavirus! How do you come back from being knocked down? Here are my thoughts…
As we all face days and maybe weeks of self-isolation it is important to nurture and nourish your body through exercise and healthy eating. Keeping physically active and fit relieves stress, helps you sleep better, improves your mood and has a positive impact on depression and anxiety. Dance to your favourite music, join an online fitness class or go for More →