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My word: A second chance at 2018

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My word: A second chance at 2018

By Christine Koech

My word: Gift of a brand new day

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My word: Gift of a brand new day

By Christine Koech

My word: Happiness can find you where you are

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My word: Happiness can find you where you are

By Christine Koech

Women can be presidents too, many have gone before

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Women can be presidents too, many have gone before

By Christine Koech

My word: Be honest with yourself

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My word: Be honest with yourself

By Christine Koech

My word: You are what you are

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My word: You are what you are

By Christine Koech

Word from the editor: Little lessons my mother taught me as a child

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Word from the editor: Little lessons my mother taught me as a child

By Christine Koech

Why it is important to drop everything and make memories instead

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Why it is important to drop everything and make memories instead

By Christine Koech

Word from the editor: Why you need to set your own standards

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Word from the editor: Why you need to set your own standards

By Christine Koech

What’s all the fascination with soccer?

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What’s all the fascination with soccer?

By Rose Nganga

My word: I can’t wait to read Mary again

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My word: I can’t wait to read Mary again

By Rose Nganga

My word: Inspiration comes from different places

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My word: Inspiration comes from different places

By Christine Koech

Call a friend, find out how things are

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Call a friend, find out how things are

By Christine Koech

What does 2106 hold for our children?

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What does 2106 hold for our children?

By Christine Koech

Tough love: What doesn’t kill you will definitely make you stronger

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Tough love: What doesn’t kill you will definitely make you stronger

By Christine Koech

Breastfeeding: Put yourself in the babies’ shoes

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Breastfeeding: Put yourself in the babies’ shoes

By Christine Koech