So, we had a NO Christmas gifts policy. We have done this for like 3 years now. And it works. Mostly. The problem challenge is, the business world doesn’t try very hard to help us honor this policy. Sales have to be made. Forecasts have to be met. So the sales period starts immediately after … More Late Christmas Gifts
I am a paradox of needs. When I celebrate Christmas in Kenya, I miss the quiet Swedish Christmas. When in Sweden, I miss the crowded, noisy Christmas in Kenya. Kenyan Christmases are a noisy feast, due to the mere fact that everybody available is invited. Most adults will bring their favorite music with them and … More Happy Holidays!
This Christmas, I celebrate that my Afro has turned four years old. A milestone. I have managed to walk by relaxers without succumbing to the promise of “straight easy to handle hair” for 48 months, 208 weeks, 1, 456 days. After these years, kitchen ingredients are no longer just cooking ingredients, they are hair and … More Transformations that Change us
Yesterday and today, I am home sick. Coughing my eyes out, blowing my tonsils out through the nose and damaging my vocal cords with all the throat clearing and swallowing of the phlegm. My singing career is shelved. Half of Stockholm is home sick with some virus or other. Bacteria maybe? I am no good … More In Sickness & Health – Tills Summer Comes Back
I learnt something new today. Caroline speaks about an Interiority Complex, as opposed to Superiority or Inferiority Complex. Both of which come from a place of insecurity.
This wonderful life of coincidences is actually a life of love, hope, fun and belonging! And it’s good to be alive, to laugh and love and thrive.