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Friday, 28 June 2013


Remember our miracle slimming tea? look what it did to a customer who bought it less than one month ago.
In her words; "i feel great!! my tummy feels light and flat. i feel healthier. i am so happy".
She went from size UK 16 to UK 12.

Buy urs before we run out again. cost is N15,000 per pack of 18 sachets. it has no side effects cos its herbal. while using it, avoid fizzy drinks and oily foods, but drink lots of water. It does not cause stooling. It will curb ur apetite.
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Friday, 21 June 2013


Do you have a profit pulling idea that can bring in enough cash but no cash to finance it? Or are you wondering how to start a business without money? Then, this article is surely for you. It is very possible to start a business without money anywhere. All you need is an idea or ideas to get started with. Ideas are powerful and very indispensable for any business.

Here, in this article, I’m going to highlight ways to start a business without money. I call it strategies of starting a business without money. These are:
1. Postponing the normal business starting activities like incorporating, hiring, renting an office, etc until your business has started earning enough money. This is known as BOOTSTRAPPING in the business world. Start with yourself and grow big.
2. Doing everything yourself without paying salaries can help you when you don’t have enough money to start a business.

*Using some neat tricks like starting with the easy stuff, i.e ,eliminating expenses. Though, an office 
space is very important, don’t rent an office for now, work from home or better still, work from a friend’s office. If you need to see a client and you are worried about an office, don’t panic because you can meet in a restaurant where a normal business can be discussed.

1. Don’t just hire lawyers, technical people, graphic designers, or an assistant as these people can be very costly to keep. Learn to do these normal things yourself.

2. Get a free lawyer or legal advice from the mentors at

3. A registered business is the best business structure since it is a proof that your business is a legal one, but don’t worry about registering, at least for now as you can do that later. Most big companies started this way and later incorporated their business as they make progress.

4. Learn how to do your own financial statements for your business in Excel instead of hiring a book keeper.

5. Make a website for your business to start promoting your products and services. You can get a free hosting space for your blog at, These are free sites you can start with, though you are going to have their site name on your domain name but you can add a custom domain later to have full access.

6. Make sure you go for free advertising like using mouth to tell your friends and colleagues, posting on free classified ads sites etc.

In everything, make sure your product or service is very unique. You can start a business without money and grow it to a mega business that employs thousands of people; it starts from here. Remember, a journey of a thousand mile, starts with a step.

Tuesday, 11 June 2013



How it works:
The slippery inside of a banana contains sugars which, when eaten, soothe haemorrhoids – swollen, painful veins around the anus.
They do this through a process called osmosis, in which water is drawn out of the cells and, as a result, allows them to pop back inside.
The sugars also have antibiotic qualities that can protect the infected area from bacteria, so you get twice the benefits!

Tuesday, 4 June 2013


Preventing Smelly feet

The key is never to wear the same pair of shoes two days in a row, Instead, wear different shoes on successive days so they have a minimum of 24 hours to dry out. And make sure teenage boys have two pairs of trainers so that they don’t have to wear the same pair for two or more consecutive days.
It’s also important to wash and dry your feet every day and to change your socks (ideally wool or cotton, not nylon) at least once a day.
If you’re particularly susceptible to sweaty feet, you could also:
  • dab between your toes with cotton wool dipped in surgical spirit after a shower or bath – surgical spirit helps dry out the skin between the toes really well – in addition to drying them with a towel
  • use a spray deodorant or antiperspirant on your feet – a normal underarm deodorant or antiperspirant works just as well as a specialist foot product and will cost you less
  • put medicated insoles, which have a deodorising effect in your shoes
  • try feet-fresh socks – some sports socks have ventilation panels to keep feet dry, and antibacterial socks are impregnated with chemicals to discourage the odour-producing bacteria that feed on sweat
  • wear leather or canvas shoes, as they let your feet breathe, unlike plastic ones
  • wear open-toes sandals in summer and go barefoot at home in the evenings
Treating smelly feet 
Top tip for prevention
Never wear the same pair of shoes two days in a row. Instead, wear different shoes on successive days so they have a minimum of 24 hours to dry out.
If you already have foot odour, the good news is that there’s a simple, quick solution.
A sure-fire way to get rid of smelly feet is to wash your feet with an anti-bacterial soap called Hibiscrub. There are lots of over-the-counter foot hygiene products at your local chemist, but Hibiscrub is the best one.
Leave on the Hibiscrub for a couple of minutes then wash it off. If you do this twice a day, you'll definitely banish smelly feet within a week.
You shouldn't use Hibiscrub on your feet if you have broken skin, such as eczema.

When to see a doctor
Smelly feet are a common problem that usually clears up, but sometimes it can be a sign of a medical condition.
See your doctor if simple measures to reduce your foot odour don't help, or if you're worried that your level of sweating is abnormally high.
Your doctor can offer you a strong prescription antiperspirant or refer you for a treatment called iontophoresis, which delivers a mild electric current through water to your feet to combat excessive sweating.