Discover an innovative solution that turns the housing market upside down, offering affordable and accessible land in small portions. Inspired by the popularity of slum batchers and shanty houses and the pressing need to balance the housing deficit in urban areas, this model combines sustainability and minimalism to provide affordable housing options.
In a world that often equates success with financial wealth, it's easy to get caught up in the pursuit of money and material possessions. However, true fulfilment and happiness come from more than just having a fat bank account. In this post, we explore the idea that there are many other ways to find fulfilment beyond money. We discuss the importance of finding a sense of purpose, building strong relationships, pursuing personal growth and development, giving back to others, and finding joy in the simple things in life. Ultimately, we argue that while money is certainly important, it should not be the sole focus of our lives. By prioritizing our relationships, personal growth, and contributions to the world around us, we can find a sense of fulfilment that goes far beyond financial success.
We describe lagos for the JJC, 'John Just Came'. We compared the dynamic and diverse lifestyle that is characteristic of Lagos, Nigeria. It describes the city as one that never sleeps, and full of determined people. The city is known for its unique culture, blending the beautiful and the gritty. We conclude by emphasizing that Lagos is more than just a location, it is a way of life that its inhabitants are proud of.
In this thought-provoking piece, we explore the complexities of chivalry in a world where traditional values are being challenged by modern, progressive ideals. From the grey areas of consent and power dynamics, to the criticism of chivalry in some societies, we delve into the nuances of this age-old virtue and ask: is chivalry still relevant in today's world? Join us as we navigate the murky waters of chivalry in the 21st century.