Mental Health Awareness Month – Soraya

My upbringing is what you would consider a typical Nairobi middle-class one; I went to good schools, participated in sports and clubs, was considered a good student all through my academic life into university, got a job and settled into “grown up life”. I had done all the things and checked all the boxes, but … Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Month – Soraya

Guest Post – Sanaipei Kosen

Per person sharing Song to listen to: River – Eminem ft. Ed Sheeran I am tired. Quite honestly. Of this “Nairobi culture” that exists within millennial dating. Of this infamous toxicity culture that has been exalted. Of the casual flings and sex that has foreshadowed genuine relationships. Where did we go wrong? At what point … Continue reading Guest Post – Sanaipei Kosen

Mental Health Monday: Why Am I Grasping, But Not Latching, On To Happiness?

March 20th is International Day of Happiness and on that day in 2019 I put up a post titled Find Your Happy. In it I wrote about how, for the first time in my life, I identified as happy. I have spent most of my life pursuing happiness. My second tattoo, which I got in … Continue reading Mental Health Monday: Why Am I Grasping, But Not Latching, On To Happiness?