I truly believe that a nourished mind and spirit are essential for living a radiant life. Thank you for hanging out with me as I share my reflections on self-love, personal development and spirituality.
It’s been a heavy few weeks for us all. There’s a lot of pain, anger, and hurt from and for victims of injustices in Kenya and globally as well. I am taking the time to educate myself on these issues and learn how I can contribute to a better and just world.
It’s almost two months now since we went on lockdown. How are you holding up? Personally, I am starting to feel more like myself, the dark cloud that was hanging above me is lifting. I think I am getting to a point of acceptance about the situation. If you’re still going through it, I am sending you a huge virtual hug.
I hope you are well and all keeping safe. It’s been quite a tumultuous few weeks and I believe we’re all feeling the weight of the COVID-19 Pandemic and its impact. I have been feeling quite low and uninspired lately. In the midst of all this chaos, I do believe that it’s important to practice mental, physical and emotional self-care. I have been trying to figure out ways with which I can hold space for myself during this time and to eventually feel like myself again.
Self-Love is a topic that’s been on my mind lately and I felt called to share with you the ways in which I practice it. Having regard for my own well-being and happiness has been a priority to me for the past couple of years. I express self-love to myself in different ways: