Posts tagged Ghana
These routine habits are awesome for first time entrepreneurs!

 Taking care of yourself as a first-time entrepreneur is so necessary. This is not to deny that there won’t, inevitably, be long hours and stressful days. But there are simple practices that help in making life much easier than it is. It is important to also acknowledge that while not all of us run our own businesses however the principal around taking care of yourself for entrepreneurs or anyone who constantly who serves in a position that demands that you make decisions under pressure, are pretty much the same.

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World Mental Health Day : How available are we?

Mental health is concerned with the mind. While we constantly evolve and adapt to different social conditions and circumstances, our mental strength largely dictates how best we manage that change. There has never been a better time to find ways that makes working conditions, quality of life, living conditions, lifestyles easier. When the people are happy the world is a better place. . 

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About the time A pastor stopped me from using my left hand at church

The first time I said "sorry for left" I stood still for a minute because I didn't know whether to slap myself or laugh. I was paying for something at a supermarket and I handed the salesgirl the money with my left hand. I said it because I had heard someone say it as a way of apologizing for handing over money or anything for that matter, with the left hand. I will completely ignore its grammatical shortcomings too.

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Sex tapes and powerlessness

Oh no and OUR future leaders and world-changers did not stop there, KNUST students decided to go on a hunt of the 'scandalous' female who by no surprise, is the only face you can see on the video. Me, right now eh, i am confused. As a woman i don't even know who or what i am supposed to be or what i am supposed to stand for . I am losing faith in humanity.

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FICTION: Chapter Four - Jennifer

Jennifer was tapping at her steering wheel,wondering how she could dodge the traffic she saw ahead of her. It was a slow-moving traffic. She was two hours late; A third time this week. She was dreading a complaint from Theo's school soon. Making excuses at work to pick her son early from school was becoming a routine, she truly did not know how she would keep up any more.

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