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4 Things You Do Every Day That Actually Kill Your Chances Of Being Happy

There’s one thing every human being wants in life and that’s to be happy. And, despite that universal longing, sometimes, no matter how hard we try, genuine happiness is difficult to come by.

Some days, I take a moment to reflect on my life and sometimes I find that I feel a little bit lost or unhappy.

What I’ve realized from these moments of self-actualization is that it’s no one’s fault but my own. There are things I do every day that cause this unhappiness and yet I persist. If you (or I) want to be happy, you need to cut out the things you do every day that feed that negativity.

So this one goes out to those who need a little pick-me-up, even if it’s in a small way. Here are the things you do every day that could be stopping you from being happy.

1. Constantly Scrolling Through Social Media

The number one culprit is social media. This encompasses nearly every platform that causes us to compare ourselves to the glossy lives of friend, enemies and exes that they probably aren’t even…

How To Live In The Moment & Be Happy If You're Always Thinking 1 Step Ahead

like me,It's difficult to live in the now. In fact, it might be one of the most difficult things there is to do, since the world is practically built of distractions. We always seem to be planning for the next step, or rewinding the tape on things that have long since passed. While sure, everyone wants to know how to live in the moment and be fully present, actually being able to do it is a whole other can of worms. And yes, it's also a struggle to fully engage in the present moment because forward and backward thinking are how we plan our days,lists, appointments, expectations, dates, meetings, deadlines, you name it. But noticing how being present really can lead to more inner peace and calm. So if you feel like you have trouble just enjoying the moments of your day as they pass, take a few of these tips from pros about how to start enjoying life from exactly where you are. 1Humor Is Key
Nothing can disarm a negative mindset and bring you into the present quite like a joke. It i…

nigerian government a huge scam

So my little two scents on this nigerian government

2015 was a well orchestrated Yahoo-Yahoo scam

Facilitated by young smart savvy Nigerians who have been duly paid and rewarded for their efforts. 

Some are now telling you Buhari has dissapointed them, (you marketed a wheelbarrow as 4-wheel drive, on receipt the customer complains that it is only one wheel that they are seeing, you say Ha! I didn't know - Abeg how stupid do you think people are?) 

Selling Ice to Eskimos is your forte regardless of cost to lives and property?! 

And you're proud of this? 

Because you're young and successful and have access to Aso Villa? 

You are an inglorious Yahoo Boy or Girl! 

I'll leave the name calling for later but we know and they know who they are... 

(check the brand signature under all those "700k jobs in one year" "1 Dollar to 1 Naira" "Change is coming" etc)

News in Pictures: Donald Duke 2019 Presidential Posters Sighted in Lagos

A social media media user has shared photos of the presidential campaign of a former Cross River State governor, Donald Duke at the Victoria Island area of Lagos State,Donald Duke who is a part of the Third Force movement of a former President Olusegun Obasanjo
It's not clear if Donald Duke who belongs to the People's Democratic Party authorized the campaign posters which could have been pasted by his supporters.

I hope we get to show massive support.

Time for Nigeria to turn away from analog leadership in digital age. By Donald Duke

Special to USAfrica (Houston) and @USAfricaLIVE One thing we all can agree on, regardless of our diverse backgrounds, privileges or circumstances, is that we could do a lot better than we currently are accomplishing. We need no soothsayer to tell us that our nonchalance, selfishness and greed are eclipsing our collective future and thereby threatening our very own survival to an extent we can hardly fathom. Expectedly, the launch of the Coalition for Nigeria Movement, shortly after former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari, has elicited diverse commentaries. There is the excitement that something is, at last, happening in the polity that reverses the bore and replacing that with hope. There was also confusion and, of course, condemnation by a critical few. Good enough, still on another side of the divide, there are also those who proffer no ideas or solutions, but seemingly have the answers to all that should be right and wrong i…

Coalition for Nigeria Movement

Atiku can't "work with a man like Obasanjo", says spokesperson Atiku is not considering any form of alliance with the movement recently launched with Obasanjo's backing. Atiku is expected to be Buhari's biggest challenger in the 2019 presidential election (The Nation)
Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, has ruled out any possibility of working with the Coalition for Nigeria that was recently launched by former President Olusegun Obasanjo. This was disclosed by Atiku's spokesperson, Paul Ibe, when he was questioned by the Daily Post on the possibility of the former Vice President reuniting with Obasanjo under whom he served as deputy between 1999 and 2007 under the umbrella of the People's Democratic Party (PDP). Ibe said Atiku is not considering any form of alliance with the movement as it is fueled by a man who no longer associates with the PDP and has dismissed it. He said, "Alhaji Atiku Abubakar is focusing on the hope of his new political party…