Use a budget to build your life
For many, the word ?budget? comes with negative connotations. It makes us feel restricted and resentful, and sets us up to fail even before we create a budget....

RELATIONSHIPS: Newly single, not celebrating
Spending your first Christmas alone after a break-up? Here?s how to cope....

Five smart travel tips
1. Pack some games, movies and music to keep the kids and yourself entertained during the journey....

Why female bosses are more prone to stress
Stress in the work environment is often associated with men, as women are easily able to talk or cry it over on a friend?s shoulder....

Is spying on your child?s phone ever justified?
Worried about what mischief their teens could be up to using their phones, many parents feel the urge to snoop and monitor their children?s use of smart phones, but is it ever right to go that far and...

Passport denied!
The person who decided that people can be recognised from their photographs had not reckoned with the two-by-three-centimetre item known as a passport photograph....

Life after your woman gets ?born again?
What happens when the person you are dating, or your partner, suddenly finds the Lord?...

The goodness of avocado oil
I bought a bottle of cold-pressed avocado oil. What is the best way to use it for my hair?...

Kenya: The woes of a career mum in December
It's that time of the month when all house girls take a well-deserved break to go and see their folks up country....

Kenya: Majority of Kenyans want Raila to quit politics
Majority of Kenyans want former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to quit national politics, according to a new opinion poll. Still, most of the respondents alluded confidence in the new ODM leadership....

Kenya: Security law will be in vain where corruption thrives, President told
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto have come under stinging criticism over high-level corruption in the country, which security and legal experts say is the genesis of rising insecur...

Kenya: Jubilee, CORD battle as Uhuru signs new law
President Uhuru Kenyatta assented to the controversial Security Laws (Amendment) Bill yesterday, less than 24 hours after Jubilee MPs forced it through Parliament....

Kenya: Relief for men with fatal bleeding disorder
Martin Munene is a happy young man. For years, the Form Four student at Kibumbu Secondary School in Meru has been subjected to ridicule. Not any more....

Kenya: Young lawyer with rare skin condition bravely fights to end stigma
The scales on her skin first appeared in 2008 after completing secondary school education. Today, Hellen Wangui is grateful that a supportive network of friends and family stood by her when the medica...

Kenya: ‘Okoa Kenya', ‘Pesa Mashinani: Itchy referendum debate
The referendum bid mooted by governors and the Opposition was to address the many challenges that affected the country in 2014....

Kenya: Race to replace Nkaissery heats up, Jubilee eyes seat
Anxiety is building up in Kajiado Central constituency as prospective candidates line up to succeed Interior Security Cabinet Secretary-designate Maj-Gen (rt) Joseph Kisaine Nkaissery....