Thursday, January 12, 2017

How to spice up your sex life

Nutritionist Sarah Flower explains, some small tweaks to your diet could make all the difference. 

 Here, Sarah Flower explain what to avoid at all costs, and what to get in your fridge:

WHAT TO AVOID

1. ALCOHOL

It may be a go-to option for a date night, to boost confidence.

But Flower warns to keep tipples to a minimum. 

'Whilst alcohol can remove any inhibitions, it can also affect our performance. 

'A drink or two can relax and get us in the mood, we don’t want to get too inebriated!'

2. CAFFEINE
 One of the worst culprits for a crushed libido is tension, which can be caused by coffee
One of the worst culprits for a crushed libido is tension.

When we are dehydrated we get irritable, lethargic, and hungry.

Too much coffee and you're setting your body up for just that.

'This is very dehydrating but can also affect your adrenal glands,' Flower warns.

'It is particularly bad if you are already suffering from stress or anxiety.'

3. SMOKING

Blood flow is key for men and women, as sexual stimulation sends blood rushing to the sexual organs.

Cigarettes, however, make everything move a bit slower. 

'This not only damages our lungs but also affects blood flow and general repair of the body,' Flower warns.

She adds: 'It is also a big turn off to kiss a smoker if you don’t smoke!'

FOODS TO GET YOU IN THE MOOD 

1. DARK CHOCOLATE
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Chocolate-lovers rejoice, there is a whole world of reasons to eat dark chocolate ahead of your intimate night in.

'As well as boosting blood flow, dark chocolate also increases the feel-good hormones serotonin and dopamine,' Flower explains. 

'This helps to lower stress and relax us. 

'The two combined make this chocolate the ideal choice for a great night in.'

2. BEE POLLEN

It is an unusual ingredient that can increasingly be found in bourgeois restaurants, cafes, and bakeries, sprinkled on acai bowls or blended into granola. 

But the breakfast-y food could also help detox you of energy-draining toxins. 

'Bee pollen is shown to help increase sexual activity and boost energy,' Flower says.

'It is packed full of protein, carotene and flavonoids which can help remove free radicals from the body.'

3. OYSTERS 

Oysters have a reputation of being a libido booster. And for good reason.

According to Flower there is much to be said about the shape and texture of oysters, which can be stimulating alone.

From a nutritional standpoint, they contain the magic ingredients for boosting libido: 

zinc, as well as amino acids D-aspartic acid and N-methyl-D-aspartate. 

For men, zinc helps with the production of testosterone, and scores of studies have linked zinc deficiency with erectile dysfunction.

For women, zinc deficiency has been tied to vaginal dryness.

A boost in D-aspartic acid helps men to boost their testosterone levels. 

It is naturally found neuroendocrine tissues, and signals to the brain when there is a decreased level of testosterone in the blood stream. 

The testes and pituitary gland will then trap the D-aspartic acid circulating in the blood stream, and then trigger the release of testosterone.

Finally, N-methyl-D-aspartate 

Oysters are also packed with B vitamins which helps with the all-important circulation.

 4. WATERMELON 
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You wouldn't have thought it, but this large red fruit has a similar effect on the male body as the all-important small blue pill.

As well as being rich in lycopene, watermelon also contains citrulline, which converts to the amino acid Arginine. 

This helps relax blood vessels, similar to the way Viagra works, Flower explains. 

It is also hydrating, which helps fight lethargy.

Try finishing off your date-night dinner with a watermelon salad to get your blood moving. 

5. GINGER 

'Known more to help with nausea and to aid circulation, ginger also increases sex drive,' Flower says. 

Try some ginger tea, or grate a little ginger into a spicy curry alongside chili.

6. CHILI 
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Turn up the heat by adding some spice to your meals. 

Chilies help speed up the metabolism, increase blood flow, plump your lips and releases feel good endorphins. 

Combine chili with dark chocolate to get the ultimate stimulation.

 Source: Daily Mail

Friday, January 6, 2017

What do you want to be?

What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a question that most of us heard by the time we were four years-old, with the expectation that the answer would be a single profession or career. 

But times are changing fast and many people are now rejecting the idea that they should choose to define themselves by only one job for life.

Many young professionals and entrepreneurs are embracing the idea of pursuing multiple professional interests in search of better earning power or more personal satisfaction.

Becoming an accountant doesn’t mean that you need to give up your dream of running a restaurant on the side; taking on a job as sales rep doesn’t stop you from earning some cash pursuing a passion such as freelance writing.

Serial entrepreneurs who move from one business to the next are becoming more common; so are entrepreneurs who run more than one business at once. 

Sage research shows that 94% of young entrepreneurs in Nigeria and 82% in South Africa expect to start more than one business in their lifetime. 

The most common reason for wanting to do so is that they believe they have so many great ideas to share with the world.

If you’re an entrepreneur, there are many reasons to start up a second (or third or fourth…) business. For many people—and this is often true for African entrepreneurs—one business isn’t enough to cover their living expenses. 

They might need to run a taxi service and offer part-time maths tuition to make ends meet.

It could be that your existing business has hit its maximum growth potential, so you could get better returns by investing your cash and time in a new venture. Or you might want to diversify your income streams to reduce your financial risks. 

Alternatively, you may simply want to pursue a passion project that allows you to spend at least part of your workday doing something you love.

Managing multiple business interests can be tricky and demands great discipline. At the Sage Summit this year, we learnt that there are many well-known people such as Ashton Kutcher who are involved in multiple businesses other than just being an actor. 

Such business owners whether big or small have one common trait – passion.
Here are a few ideas about how you can juggle multiple business interests:

Bed down your first business before starting another  
 
Starting a new business venture has a major strain on your time and your money for at least a few months. 

If you try to start two businesses at nearly the same time, one or both will suffer from the lack of focus. Be careful of overcommitting yourself when you have limited capital, time and energy to spend. 

Ideally, your first business should be stable and providing you with a constant income before you try to launch the next one.

Be choosy
 
The problem that many entrepreneurs face is not a shortage of (seemingly) good business ideas and opportunities, but an excess of them. Pick your projects carefully and dedicate enough resources to them to give them a good chance of taking off. 

But also be brave enough to walk away when a side project will not be a success.

Hire a talented team 
 
If you want to run multiple businesses, you’ll need to accept the fact that you’ll need to delegate more of the day to day operations to your team. 

It’s important to find people who you trust and work well with so that you can be comfortable leaving them to get on with it while you’re busy elsewhere. 

It can work well to share skills across your businesses and work with the same external consultants.

Get advice about how to structure your businesses 
 
When you decide to diversify, you’ll need to look at the right structure for your different businesses. It might make sense to simply add your new line of business to an existing company, or to treat it as an associate, or to set it up as a completely new company. 

Discuss the pros and cons with your financial and legal advisors, with a view to minimising risk and optimising cost efficiencies.

Share infrastructure and skills where you can 
 
Don’t double up on skills, services and infrastructure when it isn’t necessary. For example, you might be able to share an IT backbone, receptionist and an office between two or more businesses. 

As an extension to this thought, if you’re thinking about expanding into a new business or market, why not look at ideas that can leverage off the skills, infrastructure and assets you already have in place?

Source:  biznisafrica

Monday, January 2, 2017

Ataliki wake 2, amuoa dada yake

Si sinema, ni hali halisi, kaka na dada wa tumbo moja wameoana na wameieleza mahakama namna 'walivyozama' kwenye mahaba niue!

Cecilia na Johnson Chidyamagwirini wanaishi pamoja tangu mwaka 2014 baada ya kifo cha mume wa mwanamke huyo.

Ndugu ya wapenzi hao wamewashitaki mahakamani wakidai kuwa wanavunja mila na desturi.

Cecilia amekaririwa akisema kuwa, haoni tatizo kuwa mke wa kaka yake kwa kuwa, hakuwa na mume na kwamba, wanaume kwenye eneo la Gokwe walikuwa wanampotezea kwa madai kuwa, mumewe alikufa kwa Ukimwi.

Soma hapo chini

IN a harrowing love story, a brother and sister from Manyepo village in Gokwe who got married two years ago shocked the entire community when they unashamedly expressed their undying love for one another during a court hearing.

The two biological siblings Cecilia and Johnson Chidyamagwiri who knew that they were defying traditional customs by marrying each other reportedly swore that they were determined to spend the rest of their lives together.

So strong was their mutual attraction such that they started living together soon after the death of Cecilia’s husband in 2014.

In a bid to enjoy the incestuous affair with his sister, Johnson reportedly divorced his two wives.

The unusual love story which sounds like an extract from a movie script emerged at Chief Nemangwe’s traditional court where the two siblings appeared last week charged with an abomination.

Confirming the incident Chief Nemangwe said the two siblings openly spoke about their incestuous relationship bragging that they were madly in love.

“The matter came to my attention through some relatives who felt that what the two siblings were doing was an abomination. At first I thought it was a sheer act of jealousy within the family but was shocked when the two parties openly spoke about their two-year incestuous relationship. 

 “The sister said she saw nothing wrong with marrying her brother since she was a widow and that men from her community were shunning her, falsely claiming that her husband died of Aids.

“On the other hand the brother also defended himself saying he did it out of desperation after his two wives unceremoniously deserted him,” said Chief Nemangwe.

He said drama punctuated the court when he asked some family members who were present on what kind of action to take against the two lovers, when they both interjected saying their relationship was none of their business.

“They pulled a shocker when they protested against their relatives’ intervention saying they should not say anything as they were fully aware of their incestuous relationship,” he said.

Chief Nemangwe said he however, fined the two siblings a beast each.

Source-B metro

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Awajaza mimba mama na mwanawe

 Msichana aliyejitambulisha kwa jina la Mercy anaomba ushauri.

Ana rafiki wa kiume,mwaka jana mwanaume huyo alikwenda nyumbani kwa msichana huyo na kutambulishwa kwa mama yake (mama wa Mercy).

Hivi karibuni mwanaume huyo amekiri kuwa na uhusiano wa kimapenzi na mama huyo na sasa huyo mama ni mjamzito! mimba ya 'mkwewe'.

Binti wa mama huyo na ana mimba ya kijana huyohuyo.

Anaomba ushauri.


Soma hapo chini
 
Sometime last year, I asked my boyfriend to come home so I could introduce him to my mother. 

Just recently, he confessed that he has since been having an intimate relationship with my mother and now she is pregnant with his child, a revelation that came after I discovered that I am also pregnant. 

I asked my mum about this and she confirmed this. This has really shaken and disturbed me. I did not know that the two people I love and care for the most can do this to me. 

I am depressed and don’t know how to deal with this. I also don’t know how to handle either of them. Please advise me. I am troubled.{Mercy}

Anaweza kuwa Messi mwingine