7 years ago

Tips On How To Pull A Business Casual Look To The Office In Kenya

Many Kenyan people out there think that you have to wear suits and suffocate yourself with a tie all week. For some people, this is a personal preference but for those with a rather wild spirit, you could experiment a few looks and actually get away with it depending on time with respect to the day of the week in most offices in Kenya. Monday to Thursday is easy to dress up but what happens on Friday, or on that Saturday when you have a meeting to attend in the office? You clad in business casual! You want to look casual and relaxed, it being on a weekend and at the same time you want to lo  Continue reading ...


7 years ago

A New Application- SpyJoe Software To Catch A Cheating Partner

Spyjoe software is a new device which most Kenyans have started using to keep track of their partners. Spyjoe application is a phone monitoring software that reveals to you the whole truth. This software is meant to be installed in a phone for a partner who is likely to be deceiving. The menace of cheating and lying partners has resorted in squalid marriages and in most cases Kenyans seem to live in a place confined by lies. It is about time you disentangled yourself from the chain of lies. The Spyjoe application is simple to use. There are various steps to take. First you need to go to the  Continue reading ...


7 years ago

How To Tie A Chic Scarf In Kenya

Call it a neck wrap or a muffler-this is a piece of fabric that not only protects your neck from the chilly July weather in Kenya but also accessorizes that cool top you bought from Toi market in Nairobi. There are so many Do It Yourself (DIY) hacks for scarves that help you wrap it up. The various ways of tying a scarf however depends on the length as well as the design of the scarf. It also depends on the place of wear. Short scarfs would ideally not be best suited for similar wrap ups as more lengthy scarfs. Mostly in Kenya, scarfs are tied according to where and with whom you meeting.&n  Continue reading ...


7 years ago

The Craze With Magilim: The Newest Weight Loss Solution In Kenya

Magilim is the latest answer to our prayers for weight loss in Kenya. Magilim is the celebration of all overweight Kenyans who have had access to it. There are testimonies of many Kenyans who have lost up to 8 Kgs within a month of using Magilim product. It comes packed in 500g capsules. It is recommended that one takes two capsules one hour before each meal with 250mls of water.

What are the contents of Magilim? Magilim contains Konjac glucomannan, which is extracted from the Konjac plant.  When ingested, it turns into a gel like substance with the capability to expand to almo  Continue reading ...


7 years ago

How To Start Up Your Own Business In Kenya

Starting a business in Kenya requires one to have various important details covered. Before you start a business, you need to do your research. How will the business bring in money? After how long will the business pick up and start making profits? A research on the idea you hold and want to implement into a good successful business exposes one to know what to expect in the market, how the idea will be accepted by the customers, where put up the business for it to flourish better, the competition in the market, strategies to beat the competition, and all details you need to know on starting  Continue reading ...


7 years ago

The Best Financing Agencies In Kenya

Kenya has been experiencing unemployment disaster for decades now, which has left many Kenyans looking for alternative ways to earn their living. The only choice now left is to start a self investment through projects which is still a hard rock to break since financing the projects calls for a lot of resources.

For one to undertake a project in Kenya, it is required to evaluate all the benefits and risks associated with it. Feasibility study is also key activity prior to commencement of the projects.

While undertaking a feasibility study it’s always  Continue reading ...


7 years ago

Tips To Help You Ask Your Boss For A Raise In Kenya

Kenyans work very hard, and despite the labour law put in place, rarely do they get the payment they deserve.  Most Kenyans find themselves working overtime without being compensated. Let’s face it, after working for any company in Kenya for some time, you should receive an increase in payment. However, this rarely happens, but what you may not know is that your workmates could be getting more money than you for the same amount of work done. How is that possible? You may ask. It’s possible because bosses, especially in the private sector, long since perfected the   Continue reading ...


7 years ago

How To Uplift Your Leadership Confidence In Kenya

Confidence is necessary as you scale up the corporate stepladder, your success is always determined not so much by your technical ability but by your people skills in Kenya. Your success depends upon the support of others. You cannot succeed alone; you require their good will to lift you up to success. Please note that I did not mention that you climb on them on your way to the top. That means you have to make yourself lighter to lift. Kenyans either support you willingly or they do not support you at all.

Your people skills determine two critical aspects of your career in Kenya. On  Continue reading ...


7 years ago

Where To Buy Braids And Weaves In Nairobi City

Ever made rounds in the streets of Nairobi city looking for braids, weaves and other accessories? I can attest to the fact that this search is not a stroll in the park. It can be very daunting especially now that counterfeits are streaming in from left, right and center.  I had my own share of hardship a few months ago. I wanted to buy a chemical relaxer for my very African hair and decided to just get into one of the beauty points in our estate, Umoja in Nairobi for the chemical. I bought the pack for KSH 450, and the seller explained that relaxer and hair product prices were on   Continue reading ...


7 years ago

Teachers Service Commission Location In Upper Hill, Nairobi Kenya

Teachers Service Commission is now located in Upper Hill community area in Nairobi City in Kenya. Teachers Service Commission is located on Kilimanjaro Avenue, Nairobi. Kilimanjaro Avenue is adjacent Longonot Avenue in Nairobi Community Area. TSC is now located just past Crowne Plaza and National Bank in Upper Hill. Teachers service commission office is now found in Upper Hill opposite cooperative bank. The nearest landmarks include Shelter Afrique Centre, Coca Cola East Africa and Central Africa, Upper Hill Secondary school playground, The Nairobi club, The Arabian Cuisine and Autoscope Li  Continue reading ...