This December 2019, will be my third festive season spent in Ghana, and my fifth visit to the country as a whole. And for those wondering, I am not Ghanaian or of Ghanaian heritage; I’m Nigerian, but most definitely a Pan African.Continue reading
Some favourite photos of Singapore, followed by Bali.
I’d say that for the past 18 months, I’ve regularly been engaging in, panelling, hosting, and speaking at events.
This whole public speaking thing teaches you a lot! It’s not just about having a bubbly personality and character, which is how many people who meet me would often describe me. That is not all that it takes. It’s so much more! And here are some of the most things important that I’d definitely advise when deciding to do public speaking.
…that’s the exact question a friend just asked me. I didn’t plan the year throughout, but just went with the flow, and definitely, with whatever my finances would permit!
So here’s the breakdown of how I was able to afford each destination, with tips and recommendations for those reading this too.. enjoy!
As my favorite month of the year draws to a close, I love to reflect on key things I’ve learned before what I can only describe as such a remarkable age to celebrate. It may not be a big age for some, but it certainly has been for me! I’ve had the best year so far, and sometimes feel bad for it, but I shouldn’t.
Anyway, here goes it:
We’re all busy let’s face it. But what I love seeing lately on social media has been the constant promotion and awareness of self-care. Mental health is a constant talking point and often the most “Busiest people tend to be the most loneliest. Here’s how I love to look after me to avoid feeling crappy and how I constantly like to re-energise: