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Social media addiction is a common problem amongst millennials. It’s actually a big deal guys. You might not even know you are suffering from it until you do a proper internal review of yourself. Its a problem you might have to diagnose yourself and most probably treat all by yourself.  I struggled with it for a while which I documented in this blogpost here:  and while I’m not totally “cured”, I can confidently say I’m no longer as addicted as I used to be.  Deleting, taking a break or fasting from social media is one way to manage social media addiction but its not the only way. Its easier said than done and Its also not sustainable for some other people. There’s the issue of your work or business depending on social media to grow or Social Media being the only way you can communicate with family and friends.   I really like…

Its been a period of exams and general life learnings for me….. so what better way to learn than from the comfort of my bed through online courses right??? Who agrees with me? I have a love hate relationship with online courses… love because I generally love to learn but hate traditional school. I am also not the best tester in the world and school was just blehhh… In fact.. I daydreamed away 60% of my time in school and avoided ALOT job interviews that required an entrance test.. Nigerian Companies please let’s discuss quickly…. Why would you want to hire a sales person that knows dy/dx in an entrance test over someone who is hopeless at math that doesn’t involve money but is a good communicator and deal closer… I just don’t get it. Moving on!! I have some apps that I swear by for learning. I like to…

You people don’t know me else you’ll be clapping at this title. Let me put this in context, some of my Collegues at work have nicknamed me Snapchat. That’s how into social media I am. The annoying thing is that I am an content consumer not a creator on Facebook and Instagram. That will change soon. I went on a social media fast for 3 weeks and it was one of the most difficult things i ever did. I honestly felt like a drug addict. I had withdrawal symptoms. I wrestled temptation and chewed my fingernails a lot. Why did I Do it? Let me share my experience… the first reason was to focus on studying for my exam. I wrote about how I study here. the other was I had a lot of projects I was working on but it just seemed like there was no time to complete them. But I had…

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