I Am a Rich Woman!

I Am a Rich Woman!.

A while back the Rich Woman team and I created a “Rich Woman Affirmation” that embodies what it means to be a Rich Woman. After all, being a Rich Woman is about so much more than money – money is just a tool we use to help us achieve our desires in life. Being a Rich Woman isn’t about what you have, it is about who you are, how you approach the world, how you address life’s challenges.
I’d like to share that affirmation with you, talk about what each piece means to me, and most importantly, get your feedback about what being a Rich Woman means to YOU. For the next 10 weeks I will post about one of the words in the affirmation, and I encourage you to post your comments and share with us how these ideas have become a reality in your life.
I Am a Rich Woman!
I am COURAGEOUS.
I am INSPIRED.
I am CONFIDENT.
I am CREATIVE.
I am GRATEFUL.
I am FORTHRIGHT.
I am EVER-LEARNING.
I am AUTHENTIC.
I am BOLD.
I am AWARE.
I Am a Rich Woman!

Mukimo is a lazy and bad food, period.

The Deal

I will not even mince my words here: Mukimo is the worst Kenyan food. It does not matter how many Kikuyu friends I have. It doesn’t matter if they have the presidency. It doesn’t matter if they hold key positions in the government, military and everywhere where the politically inclined tend to pick bones with them. I don’t care the stereotypes about their men and women.

For me, my beef with Kikuyus will always be about their lazy approach to preparing food. Kikuyu are some of the laziest, least creative people when it comes to food matters. Some of their other lazy inventions include tumbukiza: Simply you cut 2 kilograms of beef steak, deep it in salted water and let it boil, boil,boil, booooooooil. At some point bring a 2 kilogram cabbage or 20 leaves of uncut spinach and throw in. Serve while hot…

This is a joke. Not…

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