Back to school prep parents should not ignore
After the festivities laced with celebrations, parties, visiting of family, friends and even travelling, it’s time for our kids to go back to school.
Power, privilege and paedophilia
These were the things that got me riled up this week, and not necessarily in that order.
A tale of two bridges
There's something about Bridges. They lead us to and through different paths, they connect us from point A, to point B. Usually built over something to create a transitional passage, bridges are very useful.
Start where you are
You know that cliché analogy for the first day of the new year: “Today is the first blank page of a 365-page book. Write a good one.”I’m not really a fan of putting so much expectation on just one day just because it happens to have a change of digit at the year-end.
Fun spots for kids this Christmas
It’s the Christmas season and your kids will definitely like to visit fun spots and unwind. If you are having difficulty choosing a fun spot for your kids, then this post is for you.
Some gestures are just ‘mere’
One of the earliest lessons that adulthood teaches is that it’s not every gesture that should be acceded to. The message below from a lady is a huge pointer to this very subject.
Sex carries 60% blame in high rate of separation and divorce- Mo Darasayo, sex therapist
Mo Darasayo (MDS) is a Sex Enthusiast and Therapist. She helps people overcome problems of bad sex through therapy.
‘With Bizshield, I want to eradicate online scammers, improve internet experience,
Temitope Tolani Akintunde is the founder of BizShield Africa App and website. Based in the ancient city of Ibadan and almost 50 years of age, she doesn’t come across as someone to develop an app to combat scammers and verify authentic businesses and vendors on social media sites, but after a personal incidence that hit…