Genevieve Nnaji is an actor, producer, director and most recently a story teller. And like other high flyers in different industries, she has helped take Africa a step further with her first ever directed movie ‘Lion Heart’.
My initial understanding of the word craft were paintings or sculptures. But growing up and gaining exposure I have come to have a better perception.
With the alternating climatic conditions, rising of the sea levels, and melting of the glaciers at Antarctica, a flood is just about imminent whenever there’s a heavy downpour of rain.
Depression is a term which has risen to its peak in the last two years, most especially within the African continent. Like a virus without cure, it has spread like wild fire and unfortunately seems to be misleading, torturing and shortening a lot of lives.
Allow me tell you a short story…
This (Peanut soup) is a Liberian lunch time special that comprises; peanut (s), herbs, spices and of course lots of meat.
New uniforms, lunch packs, school bags, socks, undies and co are items that got me in the mood back then.
And just like magic it worked surprisingly every session, at times I deliberately damaged these items too… just so I got a new one. *winks*
1 TAKE CARE OF YOUR BONES
Half of all women will break a bone because of a weakened skeleton caused by osteoporosis.
A vitamin D supplement helps promote calcium absorption and bone health.
Weight-bearing exercises such as working out three times a week with light weights can strengthen bones too.
2 DEAL WITH STRESS
Stress contributes to every disease, directly or indirectly. It shrinks the brain and increases the waistline.
So find a way to deal with it. The best option is to try meditation.
However even a few minutes of relaxed deep breathing several times a day can be a big help.
We always want to look trendy but at times our budget and sense of style do not add up. I would be showcasing some form of men’s fashion guide that has worked for me over the years. Enjoy!
Maakouda Batata are Moroccan potato fritters. They are very popular on the streets of Morocco where they might be eaten plain or as sandwich fillers. Very similar to cutlets, they can be served as an appetizer or side.