Family fun at Christmas

Christmas is here and many a times we get caught up with all the buying and the activity that we forget to actually have some good ole family time! Here are some tips to make sure you and your children have fun and relax as it truly is the season to be jolly. Christmas Songs: Everyone loves Christmas songs, they are cheery, fun and some of them remind us of the reason why we celebrate Christmas. Children especially love singing along and getting a good dose of Christmas cheer. Some classics that every family must have are Boney M’s Christmas […]

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Social Media Brouhaha!

Today we have a Guest Post by the lovely Ijeoma  she addresses a very important issue …social media tribalism. Now if you are familiar with any of the popular blogs or news congregators you will find the comments filled with hateful tribal insults, its downright appalling! Lets read on as Ijeoma writes and hopefully we won’t be one of the offenders. I was of the opinion that tribalism in my generation was a thing of the past-how wrong I was. I remember growing up in the eastern part of Nigeria. All our friends and acquaintances were of the Igbo extraction. We […]

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Lessons from Helen Keller : A blind woman with vision

As a child I read the story of how Helen Keller learnt how to speak with the help of her devoted teacher and friend Anne Sullivan. The story was made into a childrens book and I was fascinated by the story of how she transformed form an almost feral child (due to her frustration at not being able to communicate) to a very accomplished lady. I still remember the illustration showing Helen putting her hands under a running tap and learning the word water. Helen Keller was a perfectly healthy child in 1880 but at the age of 18months contracted an illness […]

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Chigozie Chukwu : The Polished Vessel

Normally I focus on Women but as a mother of young sons I am also quite passionate about inspiring men as well! Thus when the debonair Chigozie Chukwu told me his story of persistence in the midst of incredible difficulty, I immediately took interest. Lets learn a little about this young man who presents two of his books in a few days. The first book titled “The Polished Vessel” is about his life journey while the second  is about a subject he excelled in during his undergraduate days, “Econometrics Amplified“. Tell us about your self and what you are passionate […]

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Interview with Obodo Oyinbo TV: Being a good house guest

So Bridget Ekpo is this awesome lady I went to University with (Great Ife!) and apart from being a passionate social worker she has also created a YouTube channel called ObodoOyinbo TV. Though her channel Bridget aims to educate Africans both at home and abroad. She has all sorts of interesting topics and decided to ask me a few tips on how to be a good house guest abroad. This is really a good topic as summer holidays are here and a lot of people have already made their travel planes. Here is the video interview and some of my answers […]

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Breastfeeding tips for the working Mum

For every Mum one of the most important issues is ensuring our children are happy and healthy that’s why I  write quite a few posts on children’s nutrition and parenting . There’s not point reaching the highest heights in your chosen field and having children who are not well nourished in body, spirit and soul. When it comes to our infants most mothers choose breast milk and it makes all the sense in the world. You see, mothers milk is tailor made for your infant and is simply the best nutrition your little one can get. However despite my strong […]

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F.R.E.E. Conference : With Jimi Tewe and Friends

On May 29th in the company of a friend I dragged myself to the F.R.E.E. Conference hosted by Jimi Tewe. Needless to say it was time well spent! Jimi is a world class Career Success Catalyst and a renowned motivational speaker, author and coach and in the company of his lovely wife he brought together some of the Nation’s most inspirational speakers. People like Fela Durotoye, Steve Harris, Ijeoma Ndukwe , Mfon Ekpo, Glowreeyah, Olori and more to NAF center, Abuja. Now F.R.E.E stands for ” From Enduring to Enjoying” and ” From Employee to Employer” ,  so obviously the conference was […]

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