Chase Woman, Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg, Careers

How Do You Stick To Your Career Goals?

Posted on the Chase Stories Blog. After years of fighting for equality in the workplace, women have found their place and now occupy various professional positions in the workplace. Just like men, they’re now in the same play field, with the same resources and opportunities laid out on the table. There are intrinsic factors that work…

MaishaSuperStar, Maisha Magic, DSTV Channel 161

Talents and In-Betweens.

“To have talent, to know it and to use it whether for your own pleasure or commercially, I believe is one of the most gratifying experiences in life.” Leave alone bucket lists, those are momentary thrills and once you tick it off, that’s just about it. There’s once I thought I was quite the lackluster…

Natural Hair Journey, Products

My Current Natural Hair Staples.

I used to wonder why they called it a journey yet everybody’s got natural hair that automatically grows on their head anyway. And it was until I chopped my hair and started growing my hair in its absolute natural form that I understood the essence of “journey” when you mention natural hair. You know those…

MyWeetabix, Cereal, Kawiria

Looking for Validation on Social Media.

Over the years, social media has seen some crazy transformation and while at it growing like wildfire. Remember when were all new to Facebook? Or when we barely knew our way around twitter and our first messages would read something like “hello world.” Well, we’re now almost experts in not only those, but many other…

Book Review, Den of Inequities, Kenya, Kenyan Writer, Kinyanjui Kombani

Book Review: Den of Inequities by Kinyanjui Kombani.

In “Den of Inequities”, Kinyanjui Kombani narrates to us methodically stories that portray the inequalities that exists within our country. From which he clearly demonstrates the gap between the rich and the poor, while focusing more on the life in the ghetto (slums). It brings to perspective our day to day incidences – from insecurity,…