I am not one of those people that hate my day job. Its 9-5, I am employed and loving it to be honest. Ultimately, I’d want wealth that grows without me having to do what an employer says.. in fact, one that has me giving people means to their living.
I was thinking the other day and came to the conclusion that I had made back all that was spent on me for tuition. Primary school.. High school.. BSc and Msc. All in my 9-5. This is possibly as a result of being blessed, my location and maybe choices.
In the eventuality that I’d move into a place with my partner possibly in the near future (Dec/Jan) I have some ideas I’ve been looking to inculcate. During my off 9-5 periods (trust me they were lots) I was compelled to ‘work from home’.. I’d be sharing below, tips for working at home in between inspo photos.
Just done with a rectification training at work but the work wasn’t ready. It was a new mortgage project but FCA deadlines were so close meaning we had to be very prepared. (video) While waiting I read all the GQ magazines my colleague kept bringing in as well as my Elles and Marie Claires when I decided to find a book to enrich my mind. The last book I’d read was one on Feng Shui, it was about bed positioning and how that affects the energy in your room. I didn’t read it all because it got boring but went right back to Ed, same colleague and found this powerful book, right underneath the previous one. How To Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie. (click to buy)
No matter how prudent or well versed with money you think you are, there possibly will be one or two things from this list you partake in. Personally, I’m guilty of a couple and would’ve done something really senseless recently if not for the research on this post.
Anyways, in between these points, I’d be styling 2 pieces from the new @ifesii_official, alphabetical collection:- the Athena blouse and the Roseline throw-on. Love the finishing and creativity on both pieces. Rocked the Athena in 3 ways and the Roseline in 2. Do have a good read..
I visited Lisbon for my birthday weekend. In order to cover as much as possible, you would have to book at least 2 tours. Tours are great because the guides suggest best times and give you a better explanation of sights than you’d read online. Unlike my trip to SriLanka where I also had a tour-guide/driver for all 8 days, Lisbon is filled with walking. So get your flats! Click here to watch video.
Things to do in Lisbon (9 must-dos)
We Catholics are often asked tough questions about our Catholic faith and its relationship to the Bible. Here are the ten most-asked-questions and the answers that should help you satisfy both your questioner and yourself.
1💖Are your beliefs found in the Bible?
All Catholic beliefs can be found in the Bible in some form, whether plainly or by an indirect indication. It is not necessary for everything to be absolutely clear in Scripture alone, because that is not a teaching of Scripture itself. Scripture also points to an authoritative Church and Tradition, as St. Paul says in his Second Letter to the Thessalonians: “Stand firm and hold to the traditions which you were taught by us, either by word of mouth or by letter” (2 Thess 2:15 – see also 1 Cor 11:2, 2 Thess 3:6; 2 Tim (1:13-14; 2:2).