Achieving your Fitness Goals: 9 tips for losing weight

Today’s post is by Guest Blogger – Angel Stone who is  the fitness expert at Fit & Hungry. She writes about fitness, travel, and living the good life. Her favorite things are soft boiled eggs, house parties, and running in the rain. She currently offers coaching calls and online personal training to those who are ready to make a positive change. Read on and be inspired to keep healthy and fit! Everyone wants  to be as healthy as possible and achieve their fitness goals. Youl want more energy.  You want to move better. You want to feel better. These are […]

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Autism Awareness Month : What is Autism?

April is Autism awareness month and it is important to make sure we have the right information about Autism. Nuwa Omo is a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO)Educator and our Guest Blogger for the week. Apart from consulting on Special educational needs issues she is the founder of Homebay Education and blogs as #nuwaknows. She writes from the United Kingdom where she resides with her husband and two children. Read and learn!   Autism is one part of the wider diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) which also includes Asperger Syndrome, High Functioning Autism (HFA), Pervasive developmental Disorder (PDD) and Pathological […]

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She Forum 2017 : EVOLVE or be left behind!

The 2017 Edition of She Forum Africa, a pan-Africa Women Development, Leadership & Lifestyle Conference is scheduled to hold on May 25 this year and I am excited. This is because last years edition was packed full and running over with inspiring speakers, engaging topics and exciting interaction. It was also a great place to network as I met the indomitable conveners of She Forum; Inimfon Etuk and Fadimatu Abubakar Dalil, as well as the amazing Tara Fela-Durotoye. I also got to spend some time with my girls; Bola Ataiyero-Adefila and Funke Baruwa, two women who are doing a great job […]

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Esosa Ikolo : Fighting ignorance against TB!

As we observe World Tuberculosis Day we will be talking to Esosa Ikolo– a writer and motivational speaker.  Her mission is an interesting and important one, to enlighten people about the world’s second biggest infectious disease killing one person a minute. Please give us your brief bio? My name is Esosa and I am passionate about helping others realise and utilise their potentials, to dream big and give life to their dreams so that they live a purpose-filled life. I also lead a health campaign called Be Enlightened about Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis- (B.E.E.P-TB). I’m a civil engineer and work as […]

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Hidden Figures: 9 Lessons I learnt from the movie

Over the weekend I went to watch the movie “Hidden Figures” with some members of a book club I belong to and I enjoyed it thoroughly! Hidden Figures is a movie based on the historical novel by “Margot Lee Shetterly” (which I have to read!)  . It tells the amazing story of three African American women;  Katherine Goble (played by Taraji P. Henson)  , Mary Jackson ( played by Janelle Monae) and Dorothy Vaughn (played by Octavia Spencer) who worked as mathematicians in NASA  in the 1960s and had to deal with the double bias of being women and being […]

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Discovering your Writing Niche: A free 5 day course

Yippee! I’m really excited about my first writing course. This course is more of a challenge as I task you to discover what writing niche will work best for you. In this course we will talk about different niches so you can reflect on which niche or niches you are drawn to. This course will only cost you about  20minutes of your time each day so go ahead and subscribe. Best of all this course is interactive as we can all learn little snippets from each other on how to improve our writing. If you have already subscribed share your […]

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Social Media Manners : Employing Etiquette Online

Everyone uses one form of social media or the other from Whats app to Snap chat it has  become the norm. However It’s not without its ills. For example  Facebook has almost metamorphosed from a nice place where you could catch up with old friends to a boxing arena where verbal  exchanges take place between friends and strangers alike. Cyber bullying is even occurring among teens and people just don’t know how to behave online. However the web can be beautiful place if we all just learn to behave properly there. Here are some ways you can make the  World Wide […]

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