Lifestyle

3 UNEXPECTED WAYS BUILDING CONNECTIONS CAN MAKE YOUR LIFE BETTER

Building connections does not necessarily mean you have to be close friends; neither does it mean you are ripping the other person off. You both understand that connecting can either help one or both parties attain a higher level of intelligence, and you are ready to make the required sacrifices. While doing my research, I …

Lifestyle

MTISH’S INTERVIEW FOR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2020 WITH SARMLife

A few days ago, I was reading The SPARK Magazine, where Rita Oluchi Obi expressed my mind in the most precise terms. She said, “International Women’s Day is celebrated in March each year, as a focal point for the championing of women’s rights and gender equality. If you’ve been paying attention, the demographics are changing, …

Health Lifestyle

COVID-19: The New Reality & 6 Ways to Stay Connected

COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, is a reality right now. Although positive social support can improve our capacity to cope with this stress, but now, we’re being encouraged to keep a social distance from others to minimize the spread of this virus. In advanced countries, many people are facing isolation if they …

Health

COVID-19| 5 BRILLIANT WAYS TO SUPPORT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH IN THIS SEASON

It is no longer news that the COVID-19 pandemic has stopped most of us from going to work. As hard as making a living will be for some, it’s even harder to come up with ways to support your mental health in this new normal. When I first heard the news that I didn’t have …

Lifestyle

LOGIC AND EMOTION – How to Utilize Both in Decision Making

Dale Carnegie made a statement that I find touching. He said, “When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but with creatures of emotion, creatures bristling with prejudice and motivated by pride and vanity.” Understanding and relating to an “emotional” person has always been an issue for me despite my …

Food

HOW TO PREPARE KENYAN UGALI WITH FRIED TILAPIA FISH

Almost every African country has its version of ugali. For example, Nigerians have Fufu or Garri and South Africans call it Pap.Ugali is Kenya’s national dish, and it’s normally served with sukuma wiki (finely sliced kale leaves fried with tomatoes and onions). Ugali brings back fond memories of my childhood. A time when my friend …