Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Nigerian young author, Chukwu John David signs publishing deal with a UK publisher

This blog has never been a news blog, but I can't keep calm on this. I am very sure you remember Chukwu John David, a twenty years old Nigerian author, oh yeah, he just signed a deal with a UK publisher.  Follow  http://ugoonjoku.blogspot.com.ng/2016/04/chukwu-john-david-on-his-first-novel.html?m=1 to remind yourself of who this great author is, or to read about him. Do well to get a copy of his first novel, African Dark Light, it would be worth your read, I promise.

Sunday, 21 August 2016

Monday, 15 August 2016

How to write an effective to-do list

It's me writing cos I have been in those situations where I seem to forget those things I planned to do in a day. Over time, I have come to learn that using a to-do list helps me avoid such situations. Now, I know how to write a to do list, and I thought it would be nice to share the tips with you. Thank me later. Of course, I believe that at some points in your busy life, you forget very important things to do. You and I know this affects your productivity, which affects your reputation. You get frustrated at some points. This challenge leaves you with the need to make to-do lists.

Thursday, 11 August 2016

Happy Birthday to me

And I am plus one today. My thanks to you for coming here, it's one of the reasons for which I live, and you make it worth the while. Happy 😊 Birthday 🎂 to me. #Leo


Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Ten lucrative jobs Nigerians should open up to

In Nigeria today, certain jobs aren't taken seriously and are assumed to be a waste of time even when they are quite lucrative. Imagine telling your father that you intend to be a blogger, God knows he would stop you from seeing your friends as they supposedly make you unserious, that's if the man is 'enlightened'. Mumsy would definitely book deliverance sessions for you. Your friends may have small hopes for you sha, banking on Linda Ikeji's success. The same applies to a few other occupations that the average Nigerian do not understand, even when the demand for this crop of experts keep rising. Let's check them occupations out.