A Lubricant for the Wheel of Progress (2-min Read)

Is Competition Good? In this context, I use competition to mean the process of trying to win or do better than others. And also as an activity in which people try to win something or do better than others (Microsoft Encarta Dictionary).

Many people would say competition is good. Many people would say it is not. If we look at it in the perspective that there are two types of competition: Positive competition and Negative competition. Those that say competition is good are correct and those that say it is not good are also correct.

Positive competition is good! It brings the best out of you. If there is no positive competition, you may remain a local champion. In an Olympic race, is the person that took the last position a champion from her country? A local champion you will say. This competition makes her know she had not given her best yet.

Competition 1Positive competition builds up a healthy community while negative one makes a bundle of jealous people. Anywhere there is no competition, there is a standstill; but if there is going to be a competition at all, it has to be a positive one. Competition is good in my opinion, lack of it brings under-development, but a positive one is desirable, it is the one that culminates into a healthy and progressive community, while negative competition put in jeopardy the life of many in a local or an international community, thereby leading to chaos, pandemonium, and disorderliness which brings paralysis to the state of growth and development of a system. Lack of competition or negative competition is a cankerworm that has expertise in eating deep into the fabric of progressive development of any nation.

Competition 3Meanwhile, the best form of competition is a competition with your own self, that is, the best person you can compete with is your own self. It brings the best out of you by making you perform maximally and optimally. Competition with others is good but it is not the best, sometimes it limits your capability, it reduces what you can do, and force you into the mold of others’ achievements as your standard of measure of achievement in life. With that, you have already limited what you can do. Nobody on the surface of the earth has performed to the optimum yet, we have all used a fractional part of our capability hitherto.

Competition 2What can give you the best performance ever is to compete with your own self to give the best, to keep improving on yourself day-in-day-out. Positive competition, especially the one with your own self is a lubricant for the wheel of personal progress and that of your country.

Positive competition is very desirable! Any contrary opinion?

If you are impacted with this write-up, get any of these three books for more proven Success Tips. Thanks a lot.

The End Matters Most, authored by Peter Adewumi. (Print on Demand, eBook & Audio).

Attributes of Successful Employees by Peter Adewumi. (Print Book & eBook).

Virtues for Riches (Motivational Series) by Peter Adewumi (Paperback and eBook)

© 2017 Peter F. Adewumi

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13 Everyday Habits That Are Aging You

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Are you aging faster than your years? If you don’t like what you see in the mirror, it may be time to evaluate some of your daily routines. The foods you eat and even the way you sleep can add years to your face and may shorten your lifespan. Here, experts discuss the most common age-accelerating habits and ways to reverse the process.

1. YOU MULTITASK

If your to-do list never seems to get any shorter, the stress from your hectic life may be taxing your body. “People think multitasking is good, but you don’t actually get anything done, you just create more stress,” says Raymond Casciari, MD, chief medical officer of St. Joseph Hospital in Orange, Calif. Several studies show that chronic stress triggers the release of free radicals, the unstable molecules that damage cells and are responsible for aging. Instead of trying to do it all, Dr. Casciari suggests concentrating on one task at a time and only moving on once you finish it. Related: 12 Reasons to Stop Multitasking Now

2. YOU RARELY PASS UP DESSERT

Aside from adding excess pounds to your body, your sweet tooth may also be adding years to your face. “Internally, sugar molecules attach themselves to protein fibers in each of our cells,” says Susan Stuart, MD, a San Diego, Calif. board-certified dermatologist. This damaging process, known as glycation, can result in a loss of radiance, dark circles under the eyes, loss of tone, puffiness, an increase in fine lines and wrinkles and a loss of facial contours and increased pore size. Pass on the sugary treats if you want to preserve your youthful glow.

3. YOU GET BY ON FEWER THAN FIVE HOURS SLEEP A NIGHT

Skimping on sleep not only results in dark bags under the eyes. It has also been linked to a shorter lifespan, says Dr. Casciari, who founded a sleep laboratory at St. Joseph’s Hospital. “Sleeping within the seven-hour range is optimal,” he says. Get to bed earlier if you have the symptoms of sleep deprivation, which include a lack of daytime energy, mental sluggishness, attention problems, or weight gain, Dr. Casciari says. Here are seven tips for the best sleep ever.

4. YOU LOVE A GOOD TV MARATHON

Binge-watching the latest season of House of Cards is one thing; regularly gluing yourself to the TV is another. In a British Journal of Sports Medicine study of about 11,000 Australians ages 25 and older, researchers found that for every hour of television watched, adults cut their life expectancy by 22 minutes. What’s more, people who spent an average of six hours a day watching TV lived five years less than their non-viewing counterparts. “This effect is more about sitting and being inactive than the TV watching,” says Dr. Casciari. “When you sit for more than 30 minutes your body begins to deposit sugar into your cells, which makes it much more likely you’ll be overweight as well.” Whether you’re watching TV or at your desk, get up every 30 minutes to walk around, says Dr. Casciari.

5. YOU SPEND MOST OF THE DAY SITTING

The dangers of a sedentary lifestyle are well-documented: People who spend most of their days parked in a chair are at increased risk for kidney diseasecardiovascular disease, and cancer, not to mention obesity.

Naturally, exercising regularly helps to prevent these health issues and keeps you living longer, according to a study from the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Study participants who exercised 150 minutes or more a week lived 10 to 13 years longer than the inactive bunch.

6. YOU DON’T USE EYE CREAM

Even a no-fuss skin care routine needs to include a good eye cream to keep aging wrinkles at bay. The skin around the eyes is thinner than the skin on the rest of your face and shows age faster, says Dr. Stuart. Keeping the eye area moisturized can take years off your face. “Eye creams that are most effective contain Retin A, a form of vitamin A,” says Dr. Stuart. Other important factors include emollients and moisturizers that trap moisture, antioxidants, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin C. “These promote the formation of collagen and elastin to tighten the skin and reduce fine lines around the eyes,” Dr. Stuart says.

7. YOU USE SUNSCREEN, BUT ONLY ON VACATION

Running errands, driving, and walking back and forth to the mailbox may do more damage to your skin than spending a day at the beach if you do it sans sunblock, says Sarah L. Taylor, MD, associate professor of dermatology at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. “The number-one cause of nearly every sign of premature aging on the human face is ultraviolet exposure,” Dr. Taylor says. “UV light is present even when it’s cloudy or raining.” Protect your skin by wearing sunblock any time you go outdoors. Dr. Taylor recommends an SPF between 30 and 50 for daily use. You should also follow these golden rules of sun protection.

8. YOU WEAR TOO MUCH MAKEUP

Metallic blue eye shadow aside, excess makeup can age you in less obvious ways, too, says Dr. Stuart. “Wearing excessive amounts of makeup, especially oil based products, can clog your skin pores and cause outbreaks.” In addition, overusing skin products with fragrances, irritating chemicals, and alcohol agents may dry out the skin by removing its natural oils, which causes premature lines and wrinkles. Consult with your dermatologist for guidance, and avoid these 18 beauty mistakes that age you.

9. YOU SLEEP WITH YOUR FACE IN THE PILLOW

Sleeping on your stomach or on your side with your face smashed into the pillow can create wrinkles and accelerate aging. “The connective tissue and collagen in your face become weaker and less supportive with age,” says James C. Marotta, MD, a board-certified facial plastic surgeon and skin care expert. “So when you sleep on the same side of your face night after night, your skin won’t smooth out or spring back as quickly as it did when you were young.” Those crease lines from your pillow can become permanent. Sleep on your back or invest in a satin pillowcase to keep skin smooth.

10. YOU KEEP YOUR HOME TOASTY WARM

When it’s a snowy mess outside, it’s tempting to crank up the heat indoors. But whether you light up the fireplace or turn up the thermostat, both suck moisture out of the air, says Dr. Marotta. “This can lead to dry, inflamed skin, which over time has aging effects.” Investing in a humidifier helps counteract the dry air (40 to 60% humidity is optimal) and can free your skin from itching, scratching, and flaking. Alternatively, Dr. Marotta recommends placing a wet towel over a radiator or a bowl of cold water in the room as a way to add back some of the lost moisture.

11. YOU SIP DRINKS THROUGH A STRAW

Drinking dark-colored beverages through a straw can prevent stains on your teeth, but just as squinting can eventually cause wrinkles to form around your eyes, pursing your lips can also bring about premature wrinkles around the mouth. “This also occurs when smoking cigarettes,” says Janet Prystowsky, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in New York. Pour your bottled beverages into a drinking glass to avoid puckering up.

12. YOU CUT OUT ALL FAT FROM YOUR DIET

Some fat is necessary for maintaining a youthful feeling and appearance, says Franci Cohen, a certified nutritionist and exercise physiologist from Brooklyn, NY. “Heart-healthy omega 3 fatty acids found in oily fish (such as salmon and mackerel) and certain nuts (such as walnuts and flax seeds) keep skin supple and plump, thereby preventing wrinkles, and they boost both heart and brain health as well,” she says. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends including fish in your meals at least twice a week.

13. YOU SLOUCH

Slumping in front of a keyboard for hours on end can cause your spine to form an unattractive and potentially harmful hunched posture over time, says Jeremy Smith, MD, orthopedic spine surgeon at Hoag Orthopedic Institute in Irvine, Calif. “The spine has a well-balanced S-shaped curvature in order to stabilize and support us,” Dr. Smith says. “Poor posture or slouching deviates the spine from this normal alignment, and as a result, the muscles, disks, and bones become abnormally stressed.” Pain and fatigue often follow, and possibly spinal degeneration and a permanent deformity. Practice good posture by checking it throughout the day: ear, shoulder, and hip should form a straight line when seated.

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Nigerian Newspapers: 10 things you need to know this Monday morning

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Good morning! Here is today’s summary from Nigerian Newspapers

1. Acting President Yemi Osinbajo​ on Sunday prayed for President Buhari’s quick recovery and return to Nigeria​ in good health.

Osinbajo, who made this comment when a delegation led by the FCT Minister Muhammed Bello paid him Sallah homage at his official residence, Aguda House​, stated that the Buhari-led administration will do all it can to sustain Nigeria’s unity and stability to ensure speedy progress of the country.

2. President Muhammadu Buhari, his Vice, Yemi Osinbajo, state governors and other prominent Nigerians, have called for the unity of Nigeria and prayers for the quick recovery of the ailing president.

They noted that the unity and peaceful co-existence of all Nigerians and the integration of all regions in the country remains a priority that must be pursued by all citizens irrespective of socio-cultural differences.

3. The branch is located at James Wolfensohn…

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Re: Versatile Blogger Award (2nd)

 

Rules for the nominations:

  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Nominate up to 15 bloggers for this award and inform them.
  • Share seven facts about yourself.
  • Put the logo of Versatile Blogger in your post and display the rules also.

 

This is the 2nd time I would be nominated for this award.

A big thank to  Shilpa for nominating me for this award. The way you have been weaving your words together has been a source of encouragement.

It was really not possible for me to reach here without the corroboration of the whole Blogosphere. Your likes, feedback, comments have always encouraged me to let this journey be a continuous one.

Before my nominations let me tell you seven facts about myself:

  • I am from Ibadan, the second largest city in the whole of Africa.
  • I presently live in Thomas Adewumi International College, Oko, Kwara State, Nigeria.
  • I love writing and reading.
  • I also love playing Games like Football, Table Tennis, Chess, and Scrabble.
  • I love blogging to motivate and clarify some knotty issues of life and to clear the doubts of those that may be in dilemma.
  • I love to be around my family, anytime I’m opportune to do so.
  • I am a graduate of Engineering that dabbled into Education. I love Education so much. I am an educator!

And now my nominations:

My Nominees for Liebster Blog Award:

  1. https://audreysimplicity.com/
  2. https://thesilentwaveblog.wordpress.com/
  3. https://itisstillreal.wordpress.com/
  4. http://reignitetwenties.wordpress.com/
  5. https://realasthestreets.org/
  6. https://toofulltowrite.com
  7. https://kristiann1.com/
  8. https://aquibview.wordpress.com/
  9. https://6elementcolors.blog/
  10. http://dinosaursdonkeysandms.wordpress.com/
  11. https://incrediblepoetry.wordpress.com/
  12. https://simpledimplesite.blog/
  13. https://nowineimfine.wordpress.com/
  14. https://celestialnicole.wordpress.com/
  15. http://toofulltowrite.com

 

I am limited to just 15 nominees. I am deeply sorry for I have many bloggers in my community. I love you all! For both Liebster Blog Award and Versatile Blogger Award. I nominated almost the same blog because of time. Please, take me as I am.

Best wishes to all!

 I’m grateful for all your encouragements and push all this while….

© 2017 Peter F. Adewumi

Re: Liebster Blog Award

I am happy to be nominated for Liebster Award by Shayra. Her blog is awesome, you can visit it here: https://aethist.wordpress.com

Liebster Award

Now the rules:

1) acknowledge the blog who nominated you for this award.

2)answer 11 questions the blogger gave to you.

3) give 11 random facts about yourself.

4) nominate 11 blogs

5) notify them.

6) give them 11 questions to answer.

Questions by Shayra who nominated me for the Award:

1) Favorite Blogger? Answer: gbolaboadetunji.blog, stopandpraytv.wordpress.com and Nikesh LilaniLilani

2)Why you like my blogs? Answer: Simple design but very impacting.

3)Dream Destination? Answer: United Staes of America

4)Who Is love of your life? Answer: My wife

5)Why you Write? Answer: To impact and motivate people

6)Have you ever get humiliated? Answer: Many times by people’s actions.

7)(May you live long,)But how You want to die? Sleep and die at around 101 years

8)Your biggest strength? Answer: Verse in God’s Word

9)Your weakness? Answer: She said I usually take a long time before taking decision

10)If you get chance to paint, What will you paint? Answer: Golden or Blue.

11)Your biggest lesson you learnt from life? Answer: Be humble and trust in God.

My Nominees for Liebster Blog Award:

  1. https://audreysimplicity.com/
  2. https://thesilentwaveblog.wordpress.com/
  3. https://itisstillreal.wordpress.com/
  4. http://reignitetwenties.wordpress.com/
  5. https://realasthestreets.org/
  6. https://toofulltowrite.com
  7. https://kristiann1.com/
  8. https://aquibview.wordpress.com/
  9. https://6elementcolors.blog/
  10. http://dinosaursdonkeysandms.wordpress.com/
  11. https://incrediblepoetry.wordpress.com/

My Questions

These are the eleven (11) questions for my nominees to answer:

  1. May I meet you?
  2. When did you start blogging?
  3. What is your main purpose of starting a blog?
  4. How do you run your blog? How many types do you post in a week? Do you actually read posts on others’ blogs?
  5. What is your experience like in relating to other bloggers?
  6. Would you ever stop blogging? If no, why?
  7. Is monetizing a blog a blessing or a curse?
  8. Will you advise a full-time blogging either from the inception or later?
  9. How do you manage to blog (if you blog part-time) with your job and family?
  10. What advice will you give upcoming bloggers?
  11. What one thing will you do differently if you are to start your blog all over?

Thanks a lot, Shayra and all my nominees and all other bloggers, even some of my favorites are nominated due to one reason or the other. Thanks everyone for your support hitherto.

© 2017 Peter F. Adewumi

 

 

6 Proven Ways to Be Committed (3-min Read)

On the road to great achievement, there is no place of real rest. A little siesta or slumber when cooking will result in a “burnt sacrifice.” The time to really rest is when the set goals have been attained.

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It is not a difficult task to start anything in life, but to continue with it until you are successful is a very difficult task. Starting a business is easy, starting a blog is not all that difficult, but to keep going is where the real job is. Many times without number I have watched an athlete start a race, but would not make it to the finishing line. Many started building a house but abandoned it for many years.

Many people have the notion that whenever they start anything, they must finish it. Yes, you have thought and spoken well, but it is not automatic. Even robots that have been programmed to do anything still need to be monitored, to avert malfunctioning; you have to keep at it. On the road to great achievement, there is no place of real rest. A little siesta or slumber when cooking will result in a “burnt sacrifice.” The time to really rest is when the set goals have been attained.

Commitment is one of the virtues that are required to make it to the end when you start anything. It is one of the traits of successful and result-oriented people. For success to surface, commitment is a must. The hen that was digging with its webbed feet, with commitment, will definitely find something to eat. If it is success you are vying for, commit to whatever you are doing. Give it what it takes, give it your all. Commitment requires your whole time and energy, it is a consuming passion.

What do you do to be committed?

  1. Keep thinking about the project every day: when you keep thinking about a particular problem, the solution is sure. Have you forgotten Eureka Can? The law of floatation was discovered by the inventor when bathing.
  2. Keep changing your original plan if there is need: Result-oriented people don’t keep to one way of doing things, you can actually create a new route to where you are going.
  3. Keep consulting and seeking professional advice on the issue: Seek knowledge and you shall find. Wise and successful people are those who seek to know and put it to practice.
  4. Keep writing the innovative ways you come about: Keep putting together what you have discovered in your quest for success in black and white, this is not only because of yourself and immediate family but to also bless the next generations.
  5. Keep executing your plan one at a time: Human tends to rush things. We want our children to start school earlier; we want them to have double promotion, etc. All these steps do more harm than good in the long run. Let us take a step at a time, not just a step, but a right step.
  6. Keep monitoring and recording the progress and setbacks: Keep at it, keep monitoring the progress and make sure you record it. It is also very crucial that any setback be written down so that whatever may be the cause will not be repeated in the nearest future.

© 2017 Peter F. Adewumi

If you are impacted with this write-up, get any of these three books for more proven Success Tips. Thanks a lot.

The End Matters Most, authored by Peter Adewumi. (Print on Demand, eBook & Audio).

Attributes of Successful Employees by Peter Adewumi. (Print Book & eBook).

Virtues for Riches (Motivational Series) by Peter Adewumi (Paperback and eBook)

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And Shaphan carried the book to the king, and brought the king word back saying, all that was committed to your servants, they do it.”                                       2 Chronicles 34:16.

 

Versatile Blogger Award

I am nominated for Versatile Blogger Award the second time. Thanks https://dilkiaawazsunoblog.wordpress.com

And also for Liebster Blog Award by https://aethist.wordpress.com

The two nominations on the same day. Your support, teaching by your blogs and learning from your blogs have made it possible.

A million thanks to everyone that has visited LifeBlog, that has commented, that has liked, that has followed, and that has unfollowed. Thanks, everyone!

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Appreciation gives motivation,

Motivation creates passion

Passion gives happiness.

Started writing with a thought to spread some smile “if possible”. With no experience in writing I just write what comes in my heart..

The nominations that I got recently shows that I am able to reach and touch few hearts. I am so grateful to each one of you. I would like to extend my gratitude to three such wonderful people who believe that I am a versatile blogger and nominated me for it.

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When I started writing I had ample of time for myself so I could read lot of posts and write as well almost everyday.. but now it’s kinda become difficult. But I could not stop myself from thanking such lovely people who took time to read my post and appreciate. So heartfelt thanks to each and every person who follow my blog. I…

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Nominated for Liebster Blog Award Again

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Source: Nominated for Liebster Blog Award Again

I reblogged this post because I am nominated by the blogger for the Award. I will soon respond and also nominate SOME of the bloggers and blogs that have affected my life. Thanks, everyone! You are all very important and special in my life (but after Jesus and my wife)!

Nature Renews (1-min Read)

 

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When I first learned that paper was made from trees, I was surprised. That was a long time ago! I studied Engineering in order to be a lecturer, then I found myself in teaching in secondary school, no problem, there is no much deviation from the original plan, but the only challenge is that I have to teach Technology, it is my favorite subject (in that I passed it always) but not my best subject, my best subject was, and still remains, Mathematics.

I started falling in love with this subject called Technology when I saw what it offers the world. I learn that it is the application of scientific knowledge to solve the problems of this world. In order words, if there is no technology, all the money, resources, and energy put in by scientists and others in researches would be a waste. There would be no way to show and demonstrate their conclusions and inferences.

Nature was put in place to enhance this life we live in. Then, if nature is to benefit us, why do we destroy our own properties? Why do we cut trees indiscriminately? Yes, trees serve as raw materials for many products like paper, drugs, building materials, furniture, transportation, etc. All these support life, but they are not as important as life itself.

All the products from trees make life easy, but trees support life by preserving the Ozone layer. I am not saying matured trees should not be fell to make those useful products, but they have to be fell with caution, and be replaced, when you cut one tree, don’t forget, you plant two back. Nature is an expert jobber in earth renewal! Nature renews!

© 2017 Peter F. Adewumi

SUNSHINE BLOGGER AWARD NOMINATION

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Your kind is rear Aquib Khan (https://aquibview.wordpress.com)!

Thanks a million for nominating me for the Sunshine Blogger Award. You can follow the link below to read one of the award-winning poems on his site: https://aquibview.wordpress.com/2017/06/19/the-ballad-of-the-wall

 

Award Rules

  1. Thank the person who nominated you in a blog post and links back to their blog.
  2. Answer the eleven (11) questions sent by the person who nominated you.
  3. Nominate eleven (11) other bloggers to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.
  4. List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award Logo in your post and/or on your blog.

 

My Responses

These are my responses to the questions Khan asked me:

  1. Write five sentences about yourself.
  • My full name is Peter Feranmi Adewumi. I live in Africa, Nigeria. My favorite color is golden. My best food is Rice with fish and plantain. I love reading, writing, and playing team games.
  1. Have you ever been bullied in school and by whom, brief us about it?
  • Yes, I have been bullied before when I was in secondary school, we normally bullied ourselves, and this day it was my turn. The group leader (a friend) and some other friends did it. That my friend has become a pastor now.
  1. What do you do when you get angry?
  • When I get angry, I try not to talk by leaving the scene of the happening because if I stay and talk, it may aggravate to physical assault.
  1. How do you describe this life?
  • “Life by the yard is hard, life by the inch is a cinch.” Life is complex, the best bet is to live one day at a time, I am not saying you should not plan, but you have to take it easy because sometimes, you may deserve lemonade, and the life will throw lemons to you.
  1. Have you ever betrayed or backstabbed someone for anything?
  • No, it is not in my habit to do that.
  1. Have you ever had a crush on someone besides any celebrity?
  • I am a very gentle man except when people step on my toes or push me to the wall. I have never had a crush on anyone before.
  1. What is so called ‘love’ to you?
  • Love is life, without love, life is bound to be chaotic, and there will not be orderliness. Love is one of the forces that bind the world together.
  1. Where can you find the ultimate comfort?
  • In Christ.
  1. Have you ever been to something that you aren’t supposed to, but you arrogantly did that?
  • We are all working towards perfection. Sometimes, I do react when people are doing what I don’t subscribe to. I might have been keeping quiet, but anytime I want to talk, I always damn the consequence.
  1. Do you follow any stereotype or stereotype prevalent nowadays that you want to break, it must not need to be a typical media hype?
  • No, I don’t follow what is ‘n’ vogue.
  1. How can you contribute to the society for being positive and respectful towards each other, mainly the corruption that is seeing in the minds of young women and men because of obscenity, lust, fame, etc?
  • Just by intimating them with healthy pieces of information, and being an example of what I preach.

 

My Nominees

These are my nominees for the Sunshine Blogger Award:

  1. https://incrediblepoetry.wordpress.com
  2. https://simpledimplesite.blog/
  3. https://stopandpraytv.wordpress.com
  4. https://poetrybydeborahann.wordpress.com
  5. https://yoursuccessinspirer.com
  6. https://gbolaboadetunji.blog/
  7. http://leannecole.com.au
  8. https://beautybeyondbones.com/
  9. https://millionairedigest.com/
  10. https://dinosaursdonkeysandms.com
  11. https://5wise.wordpress.com/

 

My Questions

These are the eleven (11) questions for my nominees to answer:

  1. May I meet you?
  2. When did you start blogging?
  3. What is your main purpose of starting a blog?
  4. How do you run your blog? How many types do you post in a week? Do you actually read posts on others’ blogs?
  5. What is your experience like in relating to other bloggers?
  6. Would you ever stop blogging? If no, why?
  7. Is monetizing a blog a blessing or a curse?
  8. Will you advise a full-time blogging either from the inception or later?
  9. How do you manage to blog (if you blog part-time) with your job and family?
  10. What advice will you give upcoming bloggers?
  11. What one thing will you do differently if you are to start your blog all over?

 

I am looking forward to reading your responses. You don’t need to rush to answer these questions. Take your time, because your response as a post will change the level and trend of your blog. Best wishes! A million thanks to all bloggers that have been supporting me all this while and hitherto!

© 2017 Peter F. Adewumi


 

The author has written three books hitherto, you can get any of these three books for proven Success Tips. Thanks a lot.

The End Matters Most, authored by Peter Adewumi. (Print on Demand, eBook & Audio).

Attributes of Successful Employees by Peter Adewumi. (Print Book & eBook).

Virtues for Riches (Motivational Series) by Peter Adewumi (Paperback and eBook)