Category: Life Story

  • Time For The Onion To Gain Some Respect

    Alternative amazing use of the everyday onion

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  • 10 Things Women Experience During Pregnancy And Don’t Tell

    All women  dream about having a baby, and the day arrives when she is finally able to pee on a stick. The pregnancy test turns positive, and she can’t wait to share the news with the world. Once people know, they begin to fill your head with information. Stories about their experiences with morning sickness, when they first felt the baby move, their pregnancy cravings, and their detailed birth story are tossed at you left and right. Those stories fill you with hope and excitement of how your own nine month journey will turn out. However, there are certain things that pregnant women

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  • Need for Care Assistants for Expecting Mothers & New Mothers

    Need for Care Assistants for Expecting Mothers & New Mothers

    It was late last year, I was about 7months pregnant, i was in the expecting mothers group, at that stage I had become so weak that I couldn’t wash my clothes, do house work by myself and my appetite hard increased to a bigger extent, with all those changes I was all by myself and struggling to meet all my anxieties, at some point I got complications which almost damaged my baby because there was a lot to handle yet I was alone. A few months later I gave birth but this time round the situation just worsened. I gave birth normally

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  • Teheca Looking Out For Our Elderly in the Community

    Teheca Looking Out For Our Elderly in the Community

    Serving or giving back to our community is one of Teheca ’s strong emphasis and priorities. In that line we encountered a situation that had to be addressed, Mr. Sseruuma Swaib 68, a resident of Gayaza, Kasangati got paralyzed earlier this year due to hypertension attack. He has been bedridden close to five months, currently he is under the care of one Salma his daughter who is a new  mother with a two months old baby , she had to abandon her vegetable vending business. It’s quite challenging to take care of her loving father and her newborn who was diagnosed with

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  • Caring for our loved ones should not change our routines

    Caring for our loved ones should not change our routines

    Caring for our loved ones should not change our routines I remember one day I fell sick years back, unfortunately had to leave my university hostel because it was so serious that I could barely walk and didn’t have some caring for me at the time while at hostel. I was picked up by my big sister and I stayed at her house for a few hours.  She had a job interview the following day so she could not commit herself to being there for me in such a state. The only alternative I was left with was my mother

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