A Dose of Mo is a documented unfiltered series of the life(and it's challenges) of a twenty five year old 'millenial' woman. It is true, real and hopes to bring perspective into the lives of those of us living this life as twenty year olds. Honestly, I lack direction, and that's OKAY!! Journey with Mo.
'People give birth all the time so you will get a job easily' and other misconceptions about teaching demystified.
On this episode of workversations, Teacher Paul, gives us his own story, of a teacher living from hand to mouth! Excuse the cliché 😅😅 With a salary of 7000 bob, you are expected to show up and deliver!!!!
Listen in to this very eye-opening episode to understand the highs, the lows, the challenges and the pressure of being a teacher in Kenya.
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Music copyright: Man in the Mirror, Michael Jackson https://youtu.be/PivWY9wn5ps
Loosing a job, whether you resigned or were fired, is the beginning of a new life altogether. For the 20 something year old, sometimes, it is moving back to your parents house after a year of living on your own terms. It is falling from grace to grass but still surviving on grace. A while back, I uploaded a not so rosy pic of me in unmade hair, more like in ugly-made matutas. A friend asked me if I was depressed.
Loosing a job imbalances the scales, such that where I used to have money for beauty & lacked time for the same or scheduled a few hours of it, now I have time but little to no money to cater for beauty expenses.
4 months into my joblessness, I am beginning to feel the lack of security. Why because I can no longer afford and/or enjoy my cheap thrills. A stable income however little is stable- you know for a fact that you have the ability to sustain your lifestyle, pay your bills, even call yourself a responsible adult if living makes you broke 3 days later.
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Have you ever heard a quickie?
Listen, a quickie is a term used in the podcasting space to mean a short, say 10 minute show. Huh!!
Here's Mo having a really quick review on the month that has been as a host.
And a link to the graduation article that I have referred to and quoted from.
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Celebrate your milestones,
Clap for yourself and kick ass!
The only lesson for all my years is that a good bra holds it down better than your boyfriend.
Never underestimate a supportive bra.
It will never fail you, it will stand with and by you, it will live up to it's expectations.
My only wish this year is to buy more black bras cause the only one I have fears water. Cheers to washing bras.
How scary can turning a new age be? Join me, in discussing the lessons that am taking to 25- which shall be the age I stick onto for the next 10 years. Haha.
I do not own the copyright to the music used, Elshaddai by H_art the Band https://youtu.be/_PWekWl3DYA
First steps are very big, yes? How about the second and the third. This episode explores the fear of failure/judgement that leads to procrastinating as I seek perfection.
And how, I am overcoming. How do you get out of the voice in your head that says 'you are not enough?'
The Amka Literature Forum that I have mentioned is happening tomorrow at Goethe Institute from 10am-1pm. Inform every female writer that's next to you.
Thank you for your time.
Yours, Mo 💚