Keeping Food Fresh

Did you know that Frozen Freezers first became popular in the 1970s? How do you keep your food fresh now? Check out this post from a dear friend in the blogosphere. Merly’s page takes you down interesting memory lane every time… Love it ❤️

Sharing my space in love with friends this September. Happy New month!

Adebisi Adetunji (C)

Childhood Memories of growing up in the 1950s and 1960s.

Nowadays we don’t have any problems keeping food fresh and safe to eat. We have fridges, freezers, vacuum packs as well as the dried and tinned foods which have been around much longer. Also, everything – even tinned food! – has a sell by/ use by date printed on it. The humble sell-by date actually has a surprisingly short history here in the UK. It was introduced in Marks & Spencer’s storerooms in the 1950s before making its way onto the shelves in 1970. It wasn’t even called a “sell-by-date” until 1973. Like a lot of people who date back to pre-sell-by date years, I still rely on the look, feel and smell of food rather than panicking and throwing food away the day after the date has passed. I appreciate that people who eat meat and fish have to be extra careful and to take no risks.


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#GratitudeWeek Activated – Day 2 WRONG TURNS

One time I made a mistake in boarding a wrong bus headed for a destination far from where I intended to go. It turned out to be a long journey back to the hotel I was lodged plus the I had to be in the freezing weather for one hour before getting another bus that was going my way.

LESSON: Be CAREFUL of the choices you make in life; don’t ignore the warning signs in your heart.

GRATEFUL for the lesson I learned with this experience. Even in my mistake or taking a wrong turn, God protected me and didn’t allow me fall into the hands of people that could take an advantage of me. Eventually He got me safely to my destination. EVEN When we take wrong turns He is there guiding us. #Godlovesyou

Adebisi Adetunji (C)

Crossing the t’s and dotting the i’s

I just met DeeVee and her blog is so full of that energy that leaves you feeling good. This post is all about How we use our Minds…It is the one tool that can birth new ideas, change your life and worlds forever! Are you maximizing the potential of that divine tool- Your Mind? Visit DeeVee’s blog to read more exciting poems and thoughts.

Adebisi Adetunji(C)


Hello lovely readers…

Do you know what? I just lived out this post i’m about to share..

Here is what happened!

I was at the tale end of a look a like content when suddenly everything I typed disappeared…



  • Sulk up and go do something less infuriating!
  • Start a fresh!

I’m sure you can guess what I did..

Now to the post. Here it goes. Hoping the inspiration flows as before.

Let’s dig in!

I have noticed something peeps!! Many don’t cross their t’s…


Keep reading…

You see there is this powerful weapon that has willed our walks from time immemorial!

I tag it the Great Factor!

The rich calls it the seat to massive exploit

The musician calls it the ladder to multiple record labels

The woman calls it the garden of colourful, rampant reverie

The optimist calls it the seat of reverberating…

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When Life Happens, Don’t Let it Shut You Down

Everything on a Palm Tree is useful. Every hard lesson of life is useful. Make yours a spring board

If you have been following my blog, you must have noticed that I have been erratic at publishing posts. Yes… Other life issues took my attention and sapped so much energy that I could barely post anything. And then in the midst of the Chaos and pressure my laptop got smashed against the staircase in my office 😥my dear son in trying to help me carry it tripped and slammed it on the floor…. You don’t want to know how that felt… Fury, anger, frustration and a depressive mood… That laptop was my mobile office and work space! Now I am praying hard to get a new laptop… As for my dear son all he could do was to offer apologetic words and I could only just stare at him for a while… Apologies had to be accepted, there is nothing anyone of us can do about it. The impact affected the hard drive of my laptop and there is no solution about repair. Life moves on…

When Your Child breaks something of value becareful how you react. It could have been you… Control your temper.

Life happens and your worst nightmare shows up- stay positive and optimistic

Look for a way to work Around Things

Ever since the incident I have looked for alternative means to carry out my writing tasks ; editing and basically struggle to meet my deadlines. However I decided to drop some tasks and let them be for now until I can get a new work laptop. Thanks to dear friends and neighbors who borrow me a few hours to work with their laptops.

Life goes on… It’s not the end of the world
So forgive my erratic posts, I hope to keep posting on the go using my Android phone. Enjoy the rest of your week.

Adebisi Adetunji (C) Founder Beehyve Empowerment and Development Initiative. Media content provider, Trainer & consultant, Behavioral Change Radio Drama, Communication4Development, Social Media Influencer, Principal Producer (FRCN) 
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New Beginning: Inspiring Quotes for August #Happy New Month

I logged in this morning and discovered that this August post from last year is trending on my page … I guest it’s the “August Feeling’😁 So here I am Wishing a great and beautiful month. The holidays are here especially for school children ensure that they enjoy their vacation.
Loads of love 💞💞🌹 from me to you.

Adebisi Adetunji (C)


Happy new month! And its a new beginning.

New beginnings come to those who step out in faith. Dr. Robert Wiegel 

If you follow your purpose, the profit will follow you. TD Jake’s.

The thought of a new beginning is scary because you don’t want to risk failing. Step out in faith.

It is one thing to remember past successes/failure and another to remain in the past. Time to move into new things… New success stories.

You can not keep living in the old way(sin) and expect change.

Behold I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert. Isaiah 43:19

Courage does not mean a lack of fear, but rather the gumption to stand firm in threatening circumstances because your trust is on the Lord. Steven J. Cole. 

May you…

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Friday Photo Thought #NelsonMandela

A friend shared this photo on a page I belonged to and I thought it was important to share: May we be empowered to care for our older persons as men and women.

A society that does not value its older people denies its roots and endangers its future. Let us strive to enhance their capacity to support themselves for as long as possible. And when they cannot do so anymore to care for them” – Nelson Mandela 

Adebisi Adetunji (C)


When you reach out others can find you. I just connected with the AHVAHAH blog and I fell in love with this post – “Wounds”. Thought I should share it with you.

We all have wounds and scars from life’s experience. Mine may be different from yours but understand that you are not alone. Know that you can let go of those wounds and scars ; let love heal you. Reach out to someone today in love and kind deeds.

Adebisi Adetunji (C)



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Deep gashes and slashes
Wounds that live in the soul
Some leave scars
But some keep bleeding
You can see them!
In angry words.
In rude faces.
In unkind acts.
They can be healed
Love heals.
Love washes scars away.

~ John ~

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Inspiration #20.

I just met Oladewalaura and she is a student in college who is inspiring people through her blog. I like this Inspirational words “Be easy to love…” When you feel that you are not getting along with practically everybody then you may need to take some time to check yourself to know what is triggering the conflict with others. “He/She that will have friends must show himself /herself to be friendly’. How friendly are you? Are you approachable? Relax, Stop being up-tight life is beautiful 🌹🌹

Adebisi Adetunji (C) Founder Beehyve Empowerment and Development Initiative. Media content provider, Trainer & consultant, Behavioral Change Radio Drama, Communication4Development, Social Media Influencer
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