Amazing Girl Mentorship Network

Identity. Worth. Purpose.

Mentorship Training for 7-12 Year Old Girls

Register your 7-12-year-old girl for a mentorship training happening soon.

Date: Wednesday 22nd August 2018

Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm

Venue: PAC University, Lumumba Drive, Roysambu, off Thika Super Highway.

Cost: Ksh. 1,000 payable to Till Number 698711

Refreshments will be served.

Register Now.

 

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Book Your Coaching Session

Do you feel that although your life is good, something is amiss? Like you would like to operate in harmony with yourself, not out of sync with who you really are?

Book your complimentary coaching session and begin your journey to living a life of assurance about your identity, worth and purpose.

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Girl Stuff

The Curse? Of The Multi-talented – Reflections on my Birthday
Many times I have come across profiles of big CEOs who run several companies, sit on several boards, take charge of charities, write several books...
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What’s So Golden About Silence? Everything.
You can't fault silence, and neither can you regret it. You experience no guilt about something that you did not say. You do not mess...
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No ID No Transaction
It was raining heavily this evening, and I needed to dash out to get something from the shop. I knew I wanted to make an...
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Life Issues

Mentoring Through Parties
My first cutex party to throw was more than 10 years ago. I have since thrown all sorts of fun parties for preteens. We’ve had...
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You Are Accepted
One of the most special blessings I have experienced this year is Women's View. When they invited me for interviews to talk about dealing with...
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Surviving the Loss of 4 Children
Meet Jane, a mother of 8, but only 4 are alive.   Jane, from Luanda, Kenya, who was born 41 years ago. She lost her...
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Solution to Painful Baby Nursing
“Ouch!”   That’s something that many first time mums can be heard saying, over and over again. This happens because the new, cuddly, little bundle...
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About Amazing Girl Mentorship Network
Introduction to Amazing Girl Mentorship Network Amazing Girl Mentorship Services seeks to Train, Mentor and Coach the youth, and especially the girls and young ladies,...
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You Are Enough
Book Review: I Am: A 60 Day Journey to Knowing Who You Are Because of Who He Is You know how as you grow up you...
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Are You a Victim?

Over the years, I have come to learn that I do not have to apologize to people for asking them to treat me and mine with respect. Because apologizing ratifies the negative behavior, and basically says that it’s okay. That beats the purpose.

I have come to realize that many times, I have been the victim, not necessarily because the other person was a practicing bully, but because I did not observe my own boundaries.

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Flush it away! Drops won’t work.

When we go to the bathroom, we flush the water closet after we’re done. That works. But suppose the same amount of water was added into the bowl one drop at a time. How well would that work? Would it work at all? Even if done over a long period of time? I doubt.

How about when a relationship with a friend has gone wrong? Will one word a day repair things? Isn’t a long, thorough conversation needed to break down the wall, clear the forest in between, see eye to eye and then start rebuilding?

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Sweets…and Brushing Teeth

My daughter likes eating sweets. Sometimes she’ll have more than one a day. I usually tell her that it’s it’s not good for her health, especially her teeth. But she likes them anyway.

So today, after brushing her teeth, she went and got a huge lollipop, the ones that leave the mouth blue-colored. After licking it just once, she said, “Eeeew! This tastes so bad after brushing my teeth!”

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Shared Experiences…

Have you ever gone through something, wanted to talk to someone about it, but not been able to?

Maybe you’ve wanted to talk but no one’s wanted to listen. Or they listened but did not believe you. Or treated your experience as though it was a minor thing.

Or you wanted to talk about it but were afraid because of the image it would create or destroy… Such dark and scary skeletons.

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