Why Invest In Nigerian Real Estate? First ask, what is Real Estate?
Real estate simply means the buying or leasing of properties that are residential or commercial. Properties like Flats, terrace apartments, detached houses,maisonettes, Condos, warehouses, office buildings, shopping malls, parking lots to name a few.
Why invest in Nigerian Real Estate you ask? Here are 7 reasons why people invest in real estate;
Decluttering your home is not as difficult as it may seem, let’s be honest everyone has clutter in their homes whether we want to admit it or not. A cluttered home is not just toxic for your health it can lead to stress. Here are simple steps to help declutter your home from the living room to the kitchen.
How do we begin
Let us start with the living room, it is usually the first place your guests walk into, and can come off as disorganized or messy if there are excess amounts of items. Here are steps to making your living room look put together and sophisticated.
Organize the coffee table
Declutter your entertainment center
Organize your bookshelf
Pick up unused accessories
The bedroom is the second most important area in the home and a perfect way to start getting it organised, is by removing the piles of clothes in it and cleaning out the closets. Here are also steps to making your bedroom clutter free;
Declutter the wardrobe
Install hooks on the back of the door
Install Corner Shelves
Add in storage pieces as needed
After the bedroom, for those with children their room is yet another major clutter zone. In three steps you can declutter their room, first
Go through the kids’ toys with them
Divide room into sections
Purchase storage boxes
Now the bathroom, let’s face it— you haven’t used some products in your cabinet in months, dispose of them.
Pull all items out of the bathroom
Install Wall-Mounted holders
Wash or discard rugs and towels
Take a few minutes out of your day to organize and declutter the final room in your home, the kitchen.
Reduce pots, pans and Tupperware
Tackle the “junk” drawer
Clean out the fridge
Eliminate excess decorations
You are now an expert in organizing each room in your home, from tackling your living room mess to removing unnecessary items from your kitchen or cleaning out your bathroom.
World Water day is 11 days away. March 22nd 2019 is World Water Day. Every year the United Nations sets the date aside to create awareness and focus attention on the importance of water. It is celebrated annually around the world with a variety of events, that can be educational, theatrical, musical or lobbying in nature.
Safe water is any safely managed drinking water service that is free from contamination, available when needed and accessible on premises. In 2010, the United Nations recognized;
“the right to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation as a human right that is essential for the full enjoyment of life and for all human rights.”
Today billions of people are still living without safe water struggling to survive and thrive. Access to water underpins public health and is, therefore, a critical element for sustainable development.
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Some Key Facts
2.1 billion People live without safe water in their homes.
1 in 4 primary schools globally have no drinking water services.
Over 700 children under five years of age die every day from diarrhoea linked to unsafe water and poor sanitation.
Around 158 million people collect their drinking water from surface water, such as ponds and streams.
Around 4 billion people – nearly two-thirds of the world’s population experience severe water scarcity during at least one month of the year.
By the year 2020, up to 700 million people worldwide could be displaced by intense water scarcity.