Women's Health, Work Life

Sexual Harassment

No, it's not okay! At work. On the street. At a bar. At home. No matter where it happens - sexual harassment is just not acceptable. No, she's not "asking for it". If she doesn't ask for it, you can never assume "she's asking for it". If she says "No", she doesn't mean "Yes". No… Continue reading Sexual Harassment

Writing and Publishing

What’s A Book Genre? Part 2

What is a book genre? What Genre does your book belong to? When you go to a book store, you will notice that books are usually arranged by genre such that readers can easily find what they are looking for. So, every writer and aspiring author should understand that one of the most important issues… Continue reading What’s A Book Genre? Part 2

Work Life, Writing and Publishing

What’s A Book Genre? Part 1

What is a book genre? What Genre does your book belong to? What book genres are your favorite? This is a three part series devoted to new writers and aspiring writers. While this is not an in-depth learning, I am hoping it will help new and aspiring writers to take those very important baby steps… Continue reading What’s A Book Genre? Part 1

Mental Health;

Depression: A Disease of the Mind

Issues surrounding mental health has dominated the headlines in recent times, particularly considering the recent prevalence of suicide. Many honestly do not understand how a person would take his or her own life simply because he/she is "Not Happy". And that is where the confusion is. Because "depression" in English language is worlds different than… Continue reading Depression: A Disease of the Mind

Maternal & Child Health, News

World’s Worst Countries to be a Mother

Papua New Guinea. Recent study by aid agency #ChildFund finds Australia’s neighbour — Papua New Guinea (PNG) as one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a mother. It shows women in PNG are more than 35 times more likely to lose their lives during pregnancy than in Australia. “No woman should… Continue reading World’s Worst Countries to be a Mother

Health, Health Awareness Month

World Health Day 2018: 10 Ways To Stay Healthy

On 7th April, the World Health Organization held their 70th World Health Day with the theme: Health For All. The organisation's goal is to provide Universal Health Coverage, that is, access to everyone to the healthcare services they need, without having to worry about going into debt paying for them. 🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾 On this World Health Day… Continue reading World Health Day 2018: 10 Ways To Stay Healthy

Health Awareness Month

World Health Day 2018

7th April... The World Health Organization was founded on the principle that all people should be able to realize their right to the highest possible level of health. “Health for all” has therefore been the guiding vision for more than seven decades. It’s also the impetus behind the current organization-wide drive to support countries in… Continue reading World Health Day 2018

School Life

Failure is Not Final

The fact that you fail in something does not make you a failure in life, neither does the fact that you succeed in a particular adventure make you a total success in life.However, you can't let your failure define you, you learn from your failure.And get up again, and try again. Do better than the… Continue reading Failure is Not Final

Family, Health

Think You Know What Malnutrition Is?

Malnutrition refers to deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients. This is according to the World Health Organization. The term MALNUTRITION covers 2 broad groups of conditions. i. The first group is ‘undernutrition’: This accounts for most cases of MALNUTRITION, and include the following categories: stunting (low height for age)… Continue reading Think You Know What Malnutrition Is?

Amazing World Wonders, Faith

The Bible on “Seasons”: How Old is the Earth?

The EARTH is 4.5 Billion years old. That’s according to evidences such as radiometric dating, etcetera. 4.543 billion years old, to be precise. And the universe is about 14 billion years old. Yet, it appears the Bible teaches differently, because according to the Bible, we have a fairly young earth which is less than 10… Continue reading The Bible on “Seasons”: How Old is the Earth?

Family, Parenting

Hiring a Nanny? Questions to Ask

Quite often as parents, we find ourselves at crossroads where we have to make difficult decisions such as trusting a nanny to take care of the kids. For most working parents, this is a necessity and not a luxury. Finding a suitable person s no doubt a herculean task. And keeping the right person is… Continue reading Hiring a Nanny? Questions to Ask

Work Life

Job Interview..|What To Wear

So you got an invitation for the job interview. First of all, congratulations. I hope you find the following tips helpful in landing your dream job. First impressions on an interview are critical. Those "first impressions" happen in less than 30 seconds and it’s based entirely upon your attire. What you wear - your physical appearance… Continue reading Job Interview..|What To Wear

Health, Lifestyle

Getting Old…..

Aging is something we shy away from. Somehow we hope go be young foever and we want to remain smooth and fresh for as long as we can. We shove the topic to one side while we invest in expensive treatment, procedures, makeup... until... Until the greys start coming... And the wrinkles start forming... And… Continue reading Getting Old…..


How Long Does it Take for Your Eyes to Adjust to New Glasses?

When we need to get a new pair of prescription eyeglasses, or need to adjust an old one, we are oftentimes so occupied with fixing our eye conditions, such that when we put them on for the first couple of times, we are shocked to note that this amazing pair of spectacle is probably not… Continue reading How Long Does it Take for Your Eyes to Adjust to New Glasses?

Food, Health

Lose Weight, Again!

Every new year, some "resolutions" are just standard - we continue to reuse and recycle them. One of such is Lose Weight! Closely related goals are: keep fit, eat healthy, exercise, and all those resolutions we really never got to work on. We are  #BusyDoingTheExactOpposite. So, I decided to put up a few winning articles… Continue reading Lose Weight, Again!


New Year, New Me: New Year Resolutions

They say New year resolutions are a little bit like babies: fun to make but extremely difficult to maintain. I’m not a big fan of New Year Resolutions; not because they are bad or a waste of time, but mainly because, for me, it is such a daunting task to construct one of such resolutions.… Continue reading New Year, New Me: New Year Resolutions

Work Life

He Sent The WiseMen

Still thinking about Christmas, although work starts tomorrow…

...writing between pauses...

It’s Christmas and we celebrate the Saviour. Beyond that, we see how God made provision for His son so as to ease the pressure on His earthly parents.

He Sent The WiseMen.

Many times we think about the wisemen’s visit as symbolic. Yes. But it was also meant to provide for Jesus’s physical, financial and material needs at that period in time.

Jesus was Given A Trust Fund as a Child: He was given gifts Gold (perhaps gold coins), Frankincense and Myrrh, even as a Little Child

Matthew 2:11 (NLT): They entered the house and saw the child with his mother, Mary, and they bowed down and worshiped him. Then they opened their treasure chests and gave him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.

Tradition shows that there were three wise men, but that is not true because the bible says “wise men”, this could be from two at the…

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Church Life

Merry (belated) Christmas

Amazing World Wonders, Scholarly Articles

A Tour of The Solar System

THE SOLAR SYSTEM The Solar System is our local neighborhood in space. This incredible system of celestial objects contains one star, nine planets, more than 160 known moons, and a variety of other objects such as asteroids, comets, and dwarf planets. At the center of our solar system is a yellow star known as the Sun. The nine planets and other bodies orbit the Sun and these planets are themselves orbited by… Continue reading A Tour of The Solar System

Health, Public Health

World Contraception Day

World Contraception Day is observed every year on September 26. This day was observed for the first time in 2007, when it was initiated by ten international family planning organizations. World Contraception Day is an annual worldwide campaign whose mission is to improve awareness of contraception among young people and to enable young people to… Continue reading World Contraception Day