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Boss Tips You Need As An Employee

Majority of us happen to be employees (even as entrepreneurs of small businesses) because we live in a world where capitalism reigns supreme and every penny counts. Twitter NG exploded on Monday because of a certain company mistreating their employees. That is the inspiration behind this post.

Nigeria is a fairly good place to work, so not everyone may have experienced the negative side of the coin. However, some employers take advantage of the lawlessness embedded in the fabric of our society to exploit hardworking Nigerians.

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Silver Jubilee

On Sunday, the 8th of September, I clocked 25. Asides being a landmark year, I have a lot of reasons to be thankful and in a better place than I was by this time last year. Most importantly, I’ve grown spiritually and in loving others.

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From The Dandelion, Came The Bamboo.

As I relaunch my blog, I thought about all the cool names to name my blog, which seemed fitting since I want to establish myself as a brand – a purpose driven woman. However, I still stuck to OnyinyeOlufunmi, a combination of my first (Igbo) and middle (Yoruba) name because I don’t think anything else captures my essence. Not either of them alone, but as it, delicately woven together to reflect who I was, I am and will be.

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Becoming A Minimalist 

Personally, minimalism for me is being able to live free from expectations, pressure and worry. I don’t have to impress anyone with what I get, have or be pressured into buying something I absolutely do not need. It doesn’t necessarily mean giving up on nice things, but truly appreciating and enjoying life more especially the ordinary days and in simple ways.

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The Beauty Of African Threading For Hair Growth

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African threading is an ancient West African hairstyle. It has been used for years by West African women as a means of protecting and beautifying the hair. Recently especially in the last two decades, the use of African threading has declined, as more foreign hairdos have been introduced. If done correctly, African threading offers many benefits.

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The mini world of Albinos

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I was thinking of what to blog about, I wanted to talk about something we would not ordinarily talk about, a topic that doesn’t pop up in our everyday conversation except we are confronted with it. I finally settled on albinism for the funny reason of A for April, A for albinism. It was a perfect way to make it more fun. We see albinos around us, sometimes we don’t care, other times we look at them with curiosity. Before I delve into the reality of albinism, I featured two albino models based on my A for April, A for Albinism. Read about Shaun Ross and Thando Hopa

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