“An early understanding of financial concepts accounts for the wealth gap between the affluent and those with low incomes”. Now that I am older and wiser, I wish my parents had taught me certain things about money. It would have made a whole lot of difference and made the roads to “riches” a less bumpy […]
My 8-year-old can be really “forgetful”. I seem to have to always remind him to flush after using the toilet. If you send him on an errand from the sitting room to the bedroom, he will most likely come back empty handed. I have lost count of all the things he “forgets”. I guess what […]
Examination period can be a stressful time for both the parents and the child. While exams can’t measure every aspect of a child’s strengths and are not necessarily indicators of future results and aspirations, exams are however a good check to know where your child is educationally.
“Words can inspire. And words can destroy. Choose yours well” – Robin Sharma Words can be extremely damaging, and what may seem like an offhanded remark to our children in an annoyed moment can cause serious emotional repercussions for children down the line. Children can often push even “a Saint” to their breaking point. […]
If you missed the conference, you missed a lot. I saw people all around me taking lots of notes and I could easily understand why. Mrs Nkoyo Rapu, Mrs Chiadi Ndu and Mr Stephen Omojuyigbe all nailed it. My mind was blown and I had so many “Aha” moments. Been finding it hard to summarise […]