Theirs is a family filled with love, cheer, forgiveness, understanding and support for each other.
Please tell us about yourself, who is Philemon?
I am Ologe Philemon Daniel. I work at Spear Motors as a Sales Representative and personally run a fashion business, Dole Fashion House, with my wife. Together we have a son, Hezekiah Ologe. Continue reading I HELP MY WIFE WITH THE CHORES & SHE LOVES IT
With Steve Mathias Kipsogei Chumba as shared with The Emma Magazine
Please tell us about yourself.
My name is Steve Mathias Kipkosgei Chumba, a Kenyan Hotelier by profession with several years of experience. I am currently working at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel as a Manager Continue reading ALL ABOUT TRUST & LOVE FOR THE KOSGEIS
With Marion Iwao Bagonza as shared with TEM.
Please tell us about yourself.
I am Marion Iwao Bagonza, an entrepreneur and business mogul in the making, hallelujah! I am a big go-getter and have the greatest space in my heart for God and my family. I love to read and love good food. I enjoy a good laugh; love family and friends are Continue reading FOR THE LOVE OF FAMILY: WE ARE ALWAYS LAUGHING ABOUT SOMETHING
Mr. Mahande Peter shares with us on what he finds special about his smart and honest little girl.
Her lovely name, please?
Well, my special child is Mahande Jacynthe Valeria. She was born on a Monday morning in December 16th, 2013. She’s 5 years old and in Top class at Papa Fountain Buloba. She likes swimming, dancing, painting, writing, reading and surprisingly, doing house chores. Continue reading MY SPECIAL CHILD: JACYNTHE VALERIA, A SINGLE DAD’S BUNDLE OF JOY!
A major problem today is not just that the average student is not receiving proper career guidance. The major problem and one that should quickly and carefully tackled is the fact that the key decision makers who influence the school and education choices of the average student around the world, teachers and most importantly, parents, are uninformed, unconcerned, and obviously are in dire need of career guidance themselves. So, it makes more sense to guide the parents and guardians first and help them prepare better for their children’s education and future other than wait until the children are knee-deep in whatever education system and it’s almost too late to inspire any changes. One important thing to remember is that the process starts with determining the kind of education you wish for your child before hunting for schools. Continue reading SCHOOL HUNTING: THE FIRST 4 IMPORTANT QUESTIONS
Any normal parent dreads the possibility of their child doing drugs especially through the teenage years. Schools try to fight it, homes try to act like it doesn’t exist, and society has become too occupied and isolated to even care. A story is told of a man (let’s call him, Mr. Mbu) whose teenage daughter got so addicted to drugs while at school till she couldn’t help but smoke at home. An uncle one day notices a strange odour in the house and it’s when the family discovers she has been using drugs. Once the father was informed, he felt so ashamed and disappointed he decided it was best to send the young girl to live and stay abroad with the reasoning “let her go and get spoiled there, at least I won’t have to see it.” Not the best way to handle the situation though. Continue reading STUDENT COUNSELING: DRUGS AND OTHER SUBSTANCE ABUSE
He’s one in a zillion
So glamorous and unique
Setting my freshly-mended heart on fire
With a gentle touch; I yearn for more love
Letting my heart love-freeze and paralyze Continue reading MY HAVEN; MY HEAVEN By Becky
All I ever wanted was to be part of your story
With every word admonishing us to never part Continue reading ENDLESS LOVE By Lynnet A. Okumu
I may have said ‘young people’ in the title, obviously because there’s that famous stage in life we all associate with immaturity, inexperience and rebellion. However, these common selfish sayings are popular among adults too and will often be seen as signs of childishness, immaturity, and a lack of proper judgement. Continue reading IT’S MY LIFE: AND 3 MORE SELFISH THINGS YOUNG PEOPLE SAY
Every parent wishes the best for their children. The question then is, does giving a child everything they ask for show how much we love them? Shouldn’t there be some kind of moderation—a time when we say no and explain why the timing is not right or why a certain thing might be harmful or even inappropriate for them? Continue reading CHILDREN AND SMART PHONES: A Dangerous Friendship