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“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing. That’s why we recommend it daily.” –

Zig Ziglar

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It's TUESDAY! And since its CHOOSEDAY: Choose to Smile Choose to be Happy Choose to Love Choose to Bless Choose to be a Blessing Choose t be Humble Choose o be Patient Choose to be Kind... and above all Choose God to guide your Life. HAPPY TUESDAY!
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“Make a pact with yourself today to not be defined by your past. Sometimes the greatest thing to come out of all your hard work isn’t what you get for it, but what you become for it. Shake things up today!“

Steve Maraboli

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Okay, this is something I take really personal. Traveling is my weakness, not just any travel but the good and exciting kind of travel. Wherever you may be traveling to, for whatever reason or for however a period of time; there are '5' essential-very important kits you need to never leave behind.

1. Headphones/Earphones

Well, there are different kinds of headphones; I'm sternly referring to the 'noise-canceling headphones, the very loud ones. 

One sure and maybe harmful way to make traveling more bearable and enduring is totally blocking out the noise. You'll never even know about the traders arguing behind you or the toddler tantrum in 15B.

2. Earplugs

For any scenario where you don’t necessarily want to be wearing your headphones — say, sleeping — but would still like to drown out the ambient annoyance around you, a set of earplugs is key. 

3. Disinfecting Wipes

Catching some sort of sickness on the flight is the fast track to ruining a would-have-been-restorative vacation. Don’t take the risk. Wipe down your seat, tray table, and anything else you’re touching on the airplane with one of these bad boys, which will kill 99.9 percent of viruses and bacteria. And maybe offer them up to your seatmates, too.

4. Rain Gear

If you're traveling during the rainy season and you don't mind the rain, skip this one. But if it will ruin your trip and possibly melt you, some sort of precipitation-repelling device is necessary. 

5. Phone Charger And Adapter

PS: This is the most important and very essential must-have never-forget, travel accessory. You just have to always be with them.

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“I understand what it's like to work all week and on Friday night just want to go and leave your brain at the door, buy some popcorn and be thrilled by something.“

Don Cheadle

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Facts you probably didn't know about!

1. Women blink nearly twice as much as men!

2. You can't kill yourself by holding your breath.

3. It is impossible to lick your elbow.

4. The Guinness Book of Records holds the record for being the book most often stolen from Public Libraries.

5. People say "Bless you" when you sneeze because when you sneeze, your heart stops for a millisecond.

6. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky

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Happy Thursday!
You're only one day away from being two days away from doing the same work you're doing right now!   



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We've not really taken out time to talk about this presidential election, we all know we'll need to vote but do we really know why we need to vote and the importance of our vote?

The presidential candidates have made known their plans for Nigeria but using your mind eye, which of these candidates do you honestly think will be capable, both physically, economically, mentally and spiritually to take proper and effective actions if elected? 

These are the kind of stuff Y'all need to think deeply about before collecting that gift and going out that day to cast your vote.

As the presidential election is 38 days away, ask yourself this;

1. Do I have my PVC?

2. Am I in good communion with God/Allah? Because honestly, only God/Allah can resurrect Nigeria.

3. Have I talked to my friends and the people around me about the importance of voting and voting for the right person?

4. Are my ready to be a part of the good kind of change or the bad kind of change?

5. If I end up voting the wrong person whether knowingly or unknowingly, am I ready to face the consequences?

Truthfully answer these, and you're ready to cast your vote.

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Over the years, the human body has been categorized into different shapes/figures, some of which are represented in amusing objects.

In Ayurvedic medicine that evolved from five-thousand-year-old Sanskrit teachings, body types and their associated personalities were defined as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.

If we paid attention clear enough in high school or college you'd most likely remember when the teacher/lecturer gave a lesson about William H. Sheldon. 

Sheldon was the guy who developed his theory of Somatotypes back in the 1940s. His basic theory proposed that there are basically three body types and each body type has a specific personality associated with it. The theories that Sheldon presented has become a central vein running through literature and research with respect to weight loss, exercise, and bodybuilding. The body type system introduced by Sheldon characterized the human body as ectomorphic, mesomorphic, or endomorphic.

PS: Though you may not fit into one of these categories, you contain characteristics of each; although one is usually predominant over the others.