Bernard Kalu studied Computer Engineering at Enugu State University of Science and Technology, and is presently a documentary photographer with Auxano Photography. We talk about photography and documentaries in this interview.
It has been said that too much of everything is bad, and for the most part we believe it. Yet, work is such an honourable endeavour that it’s not so easy to comprehend “too much” of it. Is there really such a thing as being a workaholic? Yes there is, and here are 5 important things to know about workaholism.
Most mothers often feel harassed, whether they go to the office, work from home, or are full time homemakers. “Mommying” is hard work, and you never really get time off, so how can you infuse your life with joy despite the stresses of life and parenting? Read more…
As you probably already know, apple trees do not grow in Nigeria – it’s not the right climate for them. However, that does not stop many Nigerians from loving the fruit, and it is one of the favourite go-to fruits for people who are trying to lose weight and eat healthy, for good reason too. Here are some interesting facts about apples.
Ized Uanikhehi studied Biochemistry at the Ondo State University, (Adekunle Ajasin University) and has certifications in Project Management, Content Marketing, and Digital Media Marketing. She is currently Project Manager at design and digital agency Indigo Arya Limited, where she runs the Nigeria office. We chatted about her career here.
Damilola Teidi is the CEO/Co-Founder of GoMyWay Africa, Nigeria’s leading ridesharing service connecting travellers with private car owners who have spare seats to share. She talked to me about GoMyWay Africa, her passion for using technology to solve problems, and her interest in the entire process involved in commercializing new technologies. Read the interview HERE.