These are interesting times. It has not only fallen our lot to save the planet by staying at home, but it has also become our responsibility to keep our remote team as productive as possible as we work from home. According to two Canadian professors, software won’t make or break the success of a remote […]
You’ve listened to all the experts, read the life hacks and all the self-help articles, and when things are really bad you find yourself on Youtube watching motivational videos on ‘how to get your life back on track in 8-steps’, or ‘6-minutes’, or through this ‘productivity master class’, or that ‘5 time-management principles to save your life’
Working from home can be a herculean task! There’s always something that gets in the way, e.g. house chores, distraction from kids, your favorite TV show and of course your comfy bed. It’s easy to think ‘I could just do this later’, but, often, ’later’ gets pushed back further and further And in the long run, procrastination reduces the level of productivity.
Working from home has been the new reality for a lot of people since the outbreak of the pandemic. In light of this we asked a few of the guys over at SociaLiga to share experience and this what they had to say.
Even as Governor Ganduje of Kano, last week Friday commended the people of Kano on their undertaking of the spiritual activity – Ramadan, the question still looms: How will Muslims go about their fasting in this global emergency that we find ourselves. There is plenty talk about commendations for willingness to fast and prayers been made, but it is also important to ask how our Muslim friends are handing this pandemic – viz-a-viz participating in this Holy Month of Ramadan.
We can’t control a lot about the coronavirus but with precautions such as washing your hands, social distancing, exercising and getting enough sleep, you can lower your risk of infection. While there are no foods that can prevent or fight against COVID-19 (despite whatever WhatsApp BC you’ve seen said) a healthy diet is always an asset.
One of the things that go deep with people, apart from their education, is their job. To most people, work is not just ‘work’; it means much more than work. Work is meant to be fun, regardless of the role. People want to find fulfilment, satisfaction and meaning from their jobs. People have expectations as to how they want to be seen and treated as an employee. They apparently know better and, consequently, demand better.
Are you tired of having to cook every single day to feed yourself? Or are you bored of cooking the same thing every day? Do you miss dressing up and going to a nice restaurant with your friends and eating amazing food? We’ve got you covered.
It’s official! We are in for another 14 days of lockdown. That’s another 336 hours of staying indoors. 20160 minutes of isolation! The isolation may be a necessary precaution for public safety but it’s going to be difficult for a lot of people. So we thought to ourselves, what can you do to make those minutes, hours and days fly by? You can binge!