How to practise self-love: The 6 steps approach

………So in 2021, I decided to hold back and find out who I really was. Holding back didn’t mean I stopped reaching out to help others but it meant I learnt to help within my capabilities and not over extend myself to the point of exhaustion and regret.

3 lessons parents can learn from the story of the 9 year old first crayon activist

On a recent morning when a first-grader asked her why her hair was “so crazy,” Bellen considered her large Afro, which has been both a source of compliments and teasing in her life. She then told the girl, “Maybe God wanted it to match my personality, because I’m all over the place.” – Washington Post

6 things you should know about MySuper.Life, the latest convenient and innovative platform to access loans in Ghana

“For consumers, our main objective is to help them find loan products easily instead of hopping from one bank to another or dealing with the inconvenience of asking from your networks if they know any information and source of the loan product you need.” – Winifred Kotin – SuperFluid Labs COO

God, what are you up to?

“Try this out anytime you are down and let me know how it goes by reaching out to me (omtsdigest@gmail.com) but I can bet my one million dollars from the gari I sell that in this game the only one who emerges as the loser is the devil!”

Meet the founders of Rwazi, the start-up bridging the data gap in Africa

Joseph (left), Eric (right)

Are you having problems in restocking your products, losing out customers because of
unavailability of your products in shops or losing out on sales due to the high pricing of your
products compared to your competitors? Be comforted because Rwazi Ltd is here to cater to your problems hence, making you stand out from your competitors while increasing your profits.

How to reduce stress, beat boredom and boost positivity: Parents’ edition

This post is inspired by a Jay Shetty podcast I listened to on “11 indoor activities to reduce stress, beat boredom and boost positivity“. They were quite a useful list, however, as a parent I realised some of them would be a struggle so I decided to adjust to reflect the reality of parents. I

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3 resources to keep your kids engaged during lockdown

Whoever knew you could end up being a superhero just by staying at home? No one! Absolutely no one ever envisaged this. Unfortunately, this is where the whole world finds itself today. From having all the new year’s resolutions disrupted down to their very core to restrictions on basic human rights and allllllllll this happened

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My #Lionheart moments

It’s been awhile I released a blog post because the time to get the inspiration to write these posts is now becoming a luxury these days. Writing about new year new resolutions, new year new me is also not my thing. I believe every single second, minute, hour and day is an opportunity to start

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My perspective: Virtual v Physical church attendance

“Jesus is interested in a relationship with you, not a 45 minute date every Sunday morning. Make Him first in your life. ”

Joyce Meyer

How to make time for reading when you’re a busy parent

“Books are the ultimate Dumpees: put them down and they’ll wait for you forever; pay attention to them and they always love you back.”
― John Green, An Abundance of Katherines

Dads’ corner||Meet Emmanuel Agyapong, the continuous improvement dad

………The challenge is the race to make money to make life comfortable for the kids and for yourself. You have to figure out how to tow the line between being there for your kids and being able to make enough money to take care of them to make them happy and to make you happy as well…

4 ideas to help you kick start the culture of positive family traditions

I have the best memories as a kid eating ice cream. It was a family tradition that I had with my father. It was nice.

Michael Strahan