Thoughts on Work & Life
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Author Archives: Ms. Funmi Ade. MPhil, MSc, BA (Hons), FIC, MCIPS, CPPM, D7307.
This is the 2nd part of my article on the danger of Western international development agenda to Africa. I frequently wonder why, as a British person of Yoruba origin, living & working in the UK, people from the African … Continue reading
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I have learnt first- hand, there is an art to urinating in public. Continue reading
9 months gestation, breath in & out, eat, defecate, sleep, wake & then one day die = maggot food. Continue reading
If you’re a woman in London then there’s no better place to be than here on 27th October Continue reading
I noticed that although the block of at least 50 flats of professional people was well maintained, surprisingly it had no recycling bins. Continue reading
I recently took up 2 fun courses, which I have found extremely therapeutic, Indian head massage & sculptural floristry. Continue reading
Part 1 This is the 1st of a 4 – part article, on dangerous Western policy & oblivious Africa people. This article in the Express & this message received from a member of staff at The African Development Bank, made me … Continue reading
This is the 3rd and final of the Zero Cost series, advising on doing business on a shoe string. This instalment concentrates on a health- related issue. It’s safe to say most micro businesses will not have a budget for … Continue reading
Summer For women in business summer can be a challenging time. The oils of enterprise must keep churning but with the additional challenges, of children out of school. So here are a few tips to help, as a reminder for … Continue reading