By early August 2020, people were still coming into terms with the effects of COVID-19. Businesses had been dead or were dying due to the stringent measures put in place to avoid contamination.
Lockdowns and other containment measures had left universities, businesses and entrepreneurs counting losses. Nevertheless, the government in North Cyprus was putting all efforts to support residents to remain safe and treat those infected effectively.
In August, six months after the first case on the Island, it looked like the spread of the virus was going down. Hence, some businesses opened their doors and welcomed tourists and locals alike. People, especially students, hurriedly went back to work in search of the elusive coin. It had been several months since the last time people could meet and interact freely without a care. Now, masks and sanitation was the new normal.
Do you often have that feeling- the feeling of
restlessness- and you find it hard to concentrate? Or worry you’ll do
something to mess another thing up…and that someone will lash out at you? So,
you operate in fear?
Well, that was me back in the days.
Continue reading ““You’ll never amount to anything,” my father said. I am still dealing with it”
The importance of early breastfeeding cannot be emphasized enough. Apart from promoting mother-child bond, it is considered the healthiest way to nurse a newborn baby. According to research, breastfeeding the baby within the first hour, which is also known as the ‘golden hour’, provides your baby with optimal nutrients meant for growth and development. It is good for the mother too.
Continue reading “World breastfeeding week 2019: working with your baby’s needs”
When Lydia Muthoni was diagnosed with cancer of the breast eight years ago, life as she knew it came to a halt. Broken, the mother of two made a choice to fight the disease with all she had.
Continue reading “My survivor story: How I choose to defeat cancer every day- Part 2”