Like it or not, we all have that habit of making excuses to justify what we do. Let’s face facts and be frank with ourselves. “I am unable to exercise because I am so busy”, “It looks difficult”, “Hmmmmm it is easier said than done”, and all the other statements we make either verbally or … More What’s your excuse?
Back in the days our forefathers set some “restrictions” to prevent us from engaging in some acts, examples include ‘Do not sing whilst taking a bath’, ‘Do not whistle at night’, etc. We later grew up to understand the facts behind these don’ts. Back then we accepted them as it was without questioning the basis. … More Spying before the walk: Myth or truth!
If you missed the previous post of our interview with Vera of Startright Infant Nutrition then check it out here. She is doing great in the world of child nutrition and I call her the “baby chef”. “There is nothing more beautiful than someone who goes out of their way to make life beautiful for … More Meet Violet of Skin Gourmet, the superheroine creating edible food for the skin
As a mother or father, the first six months of your baby’s eating life might be based on solely breast milk or formula depending on your situation. It’s usually a breeze for all with the exception of the mothers due to the toil of breastfeeding, expressing of milk, washing and sterilising of bottles etc. Once … More Discovery of the week: Meet Vera the superheroine transforming the diet of babies and kids in Ghana and Africa
Guest Blogger for today is Sinnibah my “adopted” cousin. This post has taken long in coming. She is a good writer BUT am always having issues with getting her to get her blog running. She actually wrote this out in her notebook (one other thing she is good at but not typing it out……..eyes rolling….) and getting her to … More Guest blog post: Sinnibah’s take on facing criticisms and judging in haste