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Waithira Njagi is a seasoned wellness and relationship content writer with nearly a decade of experience. Her passion for helping others navigate the complexities of personal growth and connection shines through in her engaging and insightful writing. With a knack for distilling complex topics into easily digestible pieces, Waithira's work is geared toward readers seeking guidance and inspiration on their journey to holistic well-being. When she's not crafting engaging articles, you can find Waithira curled up with a stack of romance novels– always rooting for love to win– or enjoying quality time with her beloved family. Her dedication to spreading love and positivity is evident in everything she creates. Waithira is here to remind you that life, much like their stories, is a tapestry of connections - to loved ones, and the endless adventures found in books.

Jul 12
Is he Thinking About Commitment, or is it Just Me?

If you have ever been in a relationship with a man, you have probably also asked yourself: Is he thinking about commitment? It’s normal to wonder if you are latching onto someone who sees you as a passing fling. And it’s not wrong to want commitment. In fact, wanting commitment is natural and healthy. Commitment […]

Jul 10
Are You a Leader? You Need A Second in Command

I never thought I would embody the ‘it’s lonely at the top‘ stereotype. But it’s because I thought I would have no friends—I still did—so I thought it did not matter. That is until I realized I was alone in all aspects of leadership. I never thought I would need a second in command. You […]

Jul 08
Balancing Empathy and Authority: The Sweet Spot for Leaders

Who is the best leader? The following example will show you why balancing empathy and authority is necessary for good leadership.  The first kind of leader follows a cutthroat style. He turns the heat up, expects no mistakes, or else there will be consequences, does not take any excuses, no matter how valid, and is […]

Jul 05
He Won’t Discuss Money, And Here’s Why

The other day, I was having a conversation with a friend about how his parents were going through a rough patch—let’s call them Mr. and Mrs. Smith. As it turns out, Mr. Smith lost his bedroom privileges because he was never willing to discuss money. At least, that’s what I got from the story. According […]

Jul 03
Instill Confidence In Your Team As A Servant Leader

If you have ever had problems with being and building confidence in others, I am envious. Confidence is one of those things that you will need throughout life. Whether you are pitching a meeting or lying through your teeth. In addition, as you step into a leadership role, you must instill confidence in your team. […]

Jul 01
Bad Employment: When to Walk Away

Years of employment have exposed me to a lot of things. I like to dwell on the good stuff, or at least I try to. But it’s hard to forget all the bad, too. In fact, more than 50% of people lose jobs because of bad bosses, not bad employment. Another 37% think about leaving […]

Jun 28
What Management Has Taught Me About Dealing With a Difficult Employee

There came a time when I stopped being an employee—at least, that’s what it felt like when I was promoted to management. My plan was to be a good manager; nobody really plans for less. My goal was to help the team I managed with no problems. I had never considered dealing with a different […]

Jun 26
Separating In A Relationship: Getting Through It With Pride

Do men talk about getting separated from their partners? With the high rate of divorces, they really should. That, and separating in a relationship, is harder than it sounds. You’re not just about losing a partner; you’re also dealing with changes in your daily routine and social life.  Dealing with a separation isn’t about wallowing […]

Jun 21
Employment Skills Every Man Needs To Stay Ahead 

It seems that the world never stops changing, especially in employment. In less than five years, we went from office setups to remote working and then found balance in a hybrid setup. And the dust is yet to settle on a lot more things. In the middle of all these changes, I could not help […]

Jun 19
Forever Hunting For A Job: Lessons You Should Never Forget

One of the few things I have learned about freelancing is that I am a job seeker for as long as I’m working. Yes, there are benefits like working your own hours and having free time beyond the weekday. But you are always hunting for a job—which is what most people are doing right now. […]

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