Titi Horsfall – The Storyteller

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Titi Horsfall is a woman of many parts. She has built a thriving career in corporate communications in the Oil and Gas industry and is an accomplished novelist. Some of her published works include; Influence of a King, and From an Orphan to a Queen; Esther. Titi is the African Achievers Awards Honoree, and recipient of the 2016 African Literature Prize amongst several other awards. She is also a wife and mother of three young men. Let’s learn more about this exceptionally gifted lady. Titi please tell us about yourself My introduction here, just about says it. I am a […]

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Planning Your Disneyworld Holiday

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Ok so you know we all work so hard whether we are working moms, business women or stay at home mamas so when it’s time to have a holiday with the family it’s needs to be as stressless as possible. While this post is specifically for Disneyworld it will work as a general guide for most popular vacations spots. Research Research the locations, resorts, local attractions, parks, research the hotels, research the kind of tickets you want, research the rides so you know which ones to use your fast pass for. Just research and then plan. For us based on […]

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How to ditch Mummy Guilt

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As busy women life can get tough, with motherhood in the mix it’s even tougher. However, we manage to balance it all and make it work. Despite our best efforts, a huge number of us still grapple with Mummy guilt. In fact, a survey on a popular parenting resource website shows that over 90 percent of mothers feel guilty on a range of issues from feeling they are not good enough parents, feeding their babies formula (rather than breast milk) to not being able to spend quality time with their children, and so on. The truth is that as parents it really is not easy to […]

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The Unstoppable Irene Ugbah

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Irene Ndidi Ugbah is an educationist and the executive director of Crestville Academy, founder of Crestville development foundation, a public speaker, gender advocate and an author. Her personal mantra is “Success is limitless, because opportunities abound”. This mantra is the inspiration behind her  books-” Limitless-Discover  and Maximise Opportunities” and “Unstoppable”. She has spoken at the World Literacy Summit, held at Oxford University and the Kaleidoscope Conference at the University of Cambridge, in the UK.  Irene is a recipient of the Goldman Sachs scholarship 10,000 women program and a member of British/Nigeria Educational trust. She is a wife, and mother of three  children. Irene, Pls […]

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Raising children as a single parent

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When we think of a nuclear family the image that springs to our consciousness is one of a group of people consisting of Mummy, Daddy and child or children. However in reality there are many times that life happens and we see a one parent family. Sadly, there is still some stigma attached to this which makes an already tough job even harder but many single parents have raised well -rounded individuals successfully. Think Barack Obama, T.Y Bello, Michael Phelps, Halle Berry and so many more. Here are a few tips that may help people raising children as a single […]

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Harriet Tubman : Lessons from her life

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Harriet is an upcoming American bio pic film directed by Kasi Lemmons. Kasi wrote the screenplay with Gregory Allen Howard and it is based on the life of abolitionist Harriet Tubman. This movie stars British- Nigerian actress Cynthia Erivo as Tubman,  Leslie Odom Jr., Joe Alwyn, Jennifer Nettles and Janelle Monáe . Harriet Tubman is one name that no one familiar with the African American history can ignore. She was born in 1820 escaped to freedom in 1849 to become the most famous “conductor” on what was called the Underground Railroad. the Underground Railroad was a network of secret routes and safe houses established […]

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Keeping your children occupied over the summer holidays!

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School is out and long vacation popularly referred to by many as “Summer” (especially in colder climes) is officially here . While for some it’s a relief from the drudgery of school drop-off  and pick-up and what to pack for lunch there is the prospect of a bored child to deal with it.  The saying “an idle mind is the devil’s workshop” is one that comes to mind and illustrates the need to ensure our children are productively and positively occupied over this long holiday. Here are a few activities that your child can engage in this holiday. Summer Camps […]

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