All posts tagged: education

Small Chops: Learn How To Make Chin-Chin

Small Chops: A Nigerian term for Canapés, Hors d’oeuvres and the like. Small Chops: Quick thoughts of mine One thing I’m learning is that if I crave something I must learn how to make it before I buy it. My Grandma used to send me the £5.99 bucket of #ChinChin, she doesn’t need to anymore. Learning doesn’t stop after school, it must be continued. It’s how we become better, like my chin-chin making skills. We must challenge ourselves daily, but we mustn’t exhaust ourselves either. Prioritise Enjoyment Balance Take Your Time Work Hard Rest AMAZINGLY Well #LearningIsFun #HomeMade #MyColleaguesAreHooked#YourLocalChinChinDealer #IssaSnack (no really it’s a snack #ChinChin 🇳🇬) Signed, @OlayideM Advertisements

Small Chops: Influence

Small Chops: A Nigerian term for Canapés, Hors d’oeuvres and the like. Small Chops: Quick thoughts of mine My cousin copied me, by customising her phone case (with her sister’s jewellery lol). She had asked me to customise her case for her, I said no… Only for her to do this: Never under estimate the influence you have on people, especially younger people. Be sure that the influence you have is positive or brings about positive outcomes. Nothing pleases me more than seeing both my brothers interact – between them there is an age gap of 11 years. I see how much my youngest brother wants to be like my younger brother. From the way he talks, to how he dresses and even to what he aspires to. The relationship they have is influential through and through. They influence each other. My younger brother may not know it but he has matured and honed in some remarkable skills that have many younger children respect him (skills and traits that work well should he become a father). …