Nelly's World

What I do: I provide information that is widely researched ranging from parenting, dating, health among many. I listen to my readers opinion, I cultivate peace, love and harmony in my blog. I believe that everyone has a voice that ought to be heard. I chose to write mine . Welcome to this blog

What they never tell you after birth

1. Your whole body will hurt Your intestines, your muscles, every inch of you will hurt. Task that you would have found easy will become difficult. Trying to go for a poop will take more than just watching a forty-five minutes long motivation speech . This especially will be your hell. It is important you prepare for the pain by doing soaks . 2. You will be an emotional wreck […]

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Friends that support from a far

Often it is strangers who support our dreams, who inspire us and motivate her to keep pushing forward. Our friends are in the back in our dreams in most times and though they may emphasize how much they support you and how good you are sometimes they just tell you what you want to hear. A good example is my blog, most of the people who read, engage and give […]

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66 days of gratitude (week 5 &6)

We are what we constantly do. We are at the fifth and sixth week frame so we are doing great at this point. If you haven’t already started don’t feel left out the other four weeks are still there waiting for you. Here are the previous ones in case you missed them https://nellytherebel.blog/2017/07/03/66-days-to-make-gratitude-into-a-habit/ for the first two weeks and the week three and four is here https://nellytherebel.blog/2017/07/16/66-days-of-gratitude-week-3-4/ Let’s continue… Day […]

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Her downward spiral

She was on a downward spiral that could not wait to hit rock bottom. She thought that she had finally found happiness. Yet again she was wrong. Nothing around her would ever go to plan. That wasn’t how life was for her. Everything around her was crumbling, she was not sad or scared or anxious, she was empty. She had seasonal friends so that was definitely not an option for […]

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An open letter to my teenage sister

My dear darling, it may feel like you have so much pressure from mum, dad and especially me but that’s because we love you so much. Maybe more than we should. I remember been a teenager like it was yesterday, so young, full of life, daring yet so fearful of the future. I remember all my dreams. I remember how I wanted to be a doctor, then a lawyer, then […]

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Story time : How I fell off a tree

It was the mango season. All those juicy yellow mangoes hanging in the four trees in our garden. Typical day in my country, sun was warm, the weather seemed to be on its great days, so there we were my three cousins and I, all between twelve and fifteen, I should also mention that I was the least courageous. I was the one who would stay down when everyone was […]

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