It’s the second half of 2016!

Incidentally, it’s a Friday and everyone can’t wait until close of business to properly celebrate.

But hold up…

Not everyone is happy.

According to the World Happiness Report, Nigeria is the 103rd happiest country in the world with a high level of dystopia and an extremely low level of healthy life expectancy.

2016 World Happiness Report, Page 23

Why is this so? So many reasons of course… No light, shitty Internet, poor remuneration for great input, Kwarupshun … the list goes on.

It takes dependence on many things to stay self-motivated in the hurly-burly Nigerian set-up.

Photography by Glenna Gordon for Toronto Review

However, it seems that Seye Kuyinu, the UI Designer, Software Developer and Chief Technology Officer at Ringier, has stumbled on a way to make your life happier and more amazing, and he's sharing that through a web platform called

Here’s how Kuyinu describes

Seye is also a creative partner at Kwirkly, a small advertising company that focuses on startups, small and medium enterprises. He further explains why he began this life project:

For many years, I spent an average of 6 hours a day in commute from office to my home and vice versa. At the same time I was spending so much of my money on fast food and soda. I dedicated too much ‘no-time’ to family and close friends because of this adopted and errant lifestyle.

It wasn’t until frequent trips to the hospital in 2015 that I realized I could no longer continue like this.

I had to reassess what was more important to me, who were the most important people to me and what work was the most important to me. I adjusted my priorities chain and I have since experimented on ways to balance work and life.

One question that has since been plastered on my mind is this: What type of life do you really want to live?
I have taken a conscious effort to live the very best type of life I can live. is divided into three parts to effectively help its audience:

  1. Productivity Hacks
  2. Personal Growth and Life Hacks
  3. Experiments

Totally looking forward to trying out the experiments... I'll let you know how it goes.

Happy new month!

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