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MPOWER WOMEN #BOOTBREASTCANCER WHILE LEARNING ABOUT #BOOBCARE

MPOWER WOMEN #BOOTBREASTCANCER WHILE LEARNING ABOUT #BOOBCARE

On 27th October 2018, the “fittest” Mombasa women converged at the Uwanja wa Mbuzi Grounds in Nyali for the 4th Annual Gertrude Hospital’s Breast Cancer Awareness #BootBreastCancer Women’s Soccer Tournament. The tournament was officially opened by Hon. Munywoki Kyalo, the Mombasa County Minister for Youth, Gender, Sports and Cultural Affairs. The tournament was an opportunity for the men, women and children in attendance to learn about Breast Cancer. There was a free Breast Cancer Screening Camp at the site which…

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HOW DO I SPEND MY 24 HOURS? ARE YOU SPENDING YOUR TIME ON VALUE ?

HOW DO I SPEND MY 24 HOURS? ARE YOU SPENDING YOUR TIME ON VALUE ?

TIME IS FREE, BUT IT IS PRICELESS YOU CAN’T OWN IT, BUT YOU CAN USE IT ONCE YOU’VE LOST IT, YOU CAN NEVER GET IT BACK Harvey Mackay   Time is the most important resource that you have at your disposal. What makes it so valuable is the fact that it will run out! So what are you doing with the time you have right now? How you spend your time is linked to your purpose passion and your WHY?…

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YOGA EXPERIENCE WITH MPOWER NETWORK!

YOGA EXPERIENCE WITH MPOWER NETWORK!

This weekend we had the Mpower Yoga session at The Yoga House Nyali courtesy of Priya Chana.   When I got to the yoga studio first thing I noticed was the amount of natural light  and view of trees and grass the made the room soo tranquil. The yogi instructor Wellington took us through the theory of the moves and yoga generally. Yoga is about breathing, stretching and creating heat within your body  for stetching and to remove toxins from…

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Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff!

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff!

“Sociologist Susan Walzer published a research article in 1996, called “Thinking About the Baby,” pointing to this household gender gap. Scholars had already documented that women, even those who worked full time, were doing the majority of what came to be called the “second shift”: the work that greets us when we come home from work.” http://time.com/money/4561314/women-work-home-gender-gap/?xid=time_socialflow_facebook Women in the workplace need to free their mind to think about the bigger aspects of life and not mundane housework aspects (which are…

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