Make yourself a priority once in a while. It is not selfish. It is necessary. Few months ago just at the start of the summer, I packed my suitcase, jumped on the south eastern train and headed to meet my friend at her house in West Sussex, 41 miles away from where I live. On arrival there, I met 3 of her other friends. The 5 of us had been organising a girl fitness trip to Spain for few months… View Post

She is at a place in her life where peace is her priority and negativity cannot exist. We’ve all been in one of those work situations that could you leave you feeling stressed, worried, upset, angry, frustrated, disappointed or even irritated. When your favourite project is put on hold or cancelled after several weeks or months of hard work. When a senior stakeholder chooses to be difficult for no reason or is too “busy” or disorganized to get to your meeting… View Post

**She designed a life she loved** I’ve been spending a huge part of my night designing a life I love. 2017 has been a very busy, challenging but interesting year with so many reasons to be thankful to God. Slowly but surely I’m beginning to step into the woman and leader that I was born to be. One thing I can say is life can be even better than you ever imagined. My message to you as we approach the… View Post

I started the Peacockscanfly Boys Mom Club (BMC) interview series in other to connect with other Boys moms from all over the world- as you know I’m a global citizen. I promise I totally love girls and also intend to connect with girls moms too even though I don’t have a girl (yet):-) If you’d like to take part in this series, kindly send an email to info@peacockscanfly.com.   This second series we meet the lovely and beautiful Lamide Ayodele, a mom of 2… View Post

  Its been a rather long year since I returned back to work after my second maternity leave. I am not just grateful to have the opportunity to go out to work, continue my career and have those rare moments when I’m able to drink tea whilst its still hot but also the fact that my employer supports flexible and part-time working. My employer has a hot-desking policy which means I am able to work remotely from home once or twice every week without… View Post