William Edia at the office. ikrest

Break From Social Media For Easter and Eid Al-Fitr

Hey there, lovely people! So, it’s been a hot minute since my last social media post. Thanks to a gentle nudge from a friend (more like a gentle shove, really), I’m back at it. You know, for someone who’s often accused of being a workaholic, you’d think I’d have this whole time management thing down by now. But alas, here I am, still trying to wrangle the clock like it’s a stubborn hegoat on the loose.

Entrepreneur in Nigeria

William Edia at the office. ikrest

As an entrepreneur, time management is like the holy grail – essential, sought after, but sometimes feels like it’s hiding in a mythical realm. Seriously, is there a Hogwarts course for this stuff? If not, there totally should be. It’s one of the many challenges I face as a budding entrepreneur in this wild ride we call Nigeria.

Now, let’s talk about the land of green-white-green, Nigeria. Ah, our beloved country. It’s like a rollercoaster ride through a forest, but we call it amazing because, hey, who doesn’t love a good adrenaline rush, right? Sure, doing business here can feel like trying to tame a lion with a toothpick, but hey, it keeps life interesting.

Now, don’t let me wander off-topic like a lost sheep. The reason for my brief disappearing act? Well, blame it on Easter and Eid Al-Fitr. No, not because I suddenly developed a split personality and decided to celebrate both. It’s because my team and I wanted to sprinkle a little extra joy into the holiday season for our customers, friends, and partners. So, we rolled up our sleeves, whipped out our planning hats, and went to town crafting the ultimate Easter and Eid sales extravaganza. Think of it as a party, but with discounts and maybe a few too many chocolate eggs.

And voilà, like a magician pulling a rabbit out of a hat, I’m back! Business face: on. Smile: extra wide. Here’s to kicking off a new week with a bang and a hearty “Cheers!” to all.

image of a person wearing loose and comfortable clothing with a text overlay that says: Avoid excessive compression in clothing to prevent nerve-related conditions. Compression can cause nerve damage, numbness, tingling, pain, and muscle weakness in the affected areas. Choose clothing that fits well and allows freedom of movement. Your nerves will thank you.
Previous Post

Fascinating Relationship between Fashion And Health

Next Post

Setting up your wardrobe

Leave a Reply

Shopping cart
Sign in

No account yet?

Create an Account
We use cookies to improve your experience on our website. By browsing this website, you agree to our use of cookies.