I am a Christian and naturally, in the past decade, I have attended hundreds of conferences. With each passing year, I strive to objectively review their effect on my life and if they have brought about the change that drew me to those meetings in the first place. Many us need to carry out this mental review dispassionately from time to time.
It dawned on me in May, 2016 it was that strike season again; a time students always dread, a time when some students tend to lose focus, gain weight, get pregnant, start something new, take up new skills, make new friends and visit new places. Yes, it was about that time that my life changed for the better. It was during this time that I took a major decision in my life.I started my Instagram platform during the OAU strike in 2016.
So you have a blog and love writing for it, and you are starting to think that it has the potential to be more than just a hobby. However, as it stands currently, the income your blog is bringing in isn’t enough to cover your monthly bills and living expenses. So you’ve decided that your best option would be to combine blogging and freelancing as a writer, editor, graphics designer etc in one, to make your chances of success more likely.
Bearing that in mind, the question is, how should you go about doing this and what does it take to be successful? For everything that you need to know, read on.
A wedding is a special event that deserves to have a lot of money spent on it. However, you don’t have to be wealthy to get wed. For those on a tight budget, there are ways to cut costs whilst still giving your day that sense of luxury and lavishness that every wedding should have. Here are a few key tips to stick to a tight budget.
We have been told that life is all about balance; work and play, activity and rest, sorrow and happiness. Keeping this balance is easier said than done, though, and especially when it comes to our finances. While the formula is simple enough, it just doesn’t add up every time as it should – and when your savings first start to go downhill, it tends to tumble down quite fast.
This post is here to break your bad habits and encourage you to have a look at the way you spend your money and change your perception on savings.
Recently, one of my Clients shared the story of how she engaged her kids in the family business with The Guardian and I think parents can learn from it. Enjoy.
I started this blog for a number of reasons, first because I wanted to create a platform of my own on which share my ideas with the world, lend my voice to issues and such. With time, it grew into a platform that carried more than my voice, I started to curate content. In the end, I seek to inspire, encourage, remind and possibly jolt someone in a good way or even make you smile. This is why you will find interviews, stories and a myriad of positive content on the blog.