Diddy breaks silence over ex Kim Porter’s sudden death

For the last three days I’ve been trying to wake up out of this nightmare. But I haven’t. I don’t know what I’m going to do without you baby. I miss you so much. Today I’m going to pay tribute to you, I’m going to try and find the words to explain our unexplainable relationship. pic.twitter.com/QtVnUrv0ep

— Diddy (@Diddy) November 18, 2018 Continue reading Diddy breaks silence over ex Kim Porter’s sudden death

Banky W says Adesua Etomi is best decision he has made in his adult life

“By far the best decision I have made in my adult life, was to wait until I found my wife. People will pressure you and try to make you feel inadequate or incomplete.. all because you’re not living according to their own mental timetable. Ignore them. Focus on your journey, your happiness, and on making yourself a better person. My prayer is that you will discover like I did, that the right person is worth waiting for. Continue reading Banky W says Adesua Etomi is best decision he has made in his adult life

One-third of migrants in caravan are being treated for health issues, Tijuana health official says

Amid the problems and dire living conditions, some migrants are reportedly self-deporting. Approximately 80 self-deported Tuesday while another 98 were deported by Mexican immigration officials for their involvement in Sunday’s demonstrations that turned violent. Continue reading One-third of migrants in caravan are being treated for health issues, Tijuana health official says

US servicemen killed in Afghanistan bomb attack identified

Army Capt. Andrew Patrick Ross, age 29, of Lexington, Virginia; Army Sgt. 1st Class Eric Michael Emond, age 39, of Brush Prairie, Washington; and Air Force Staff Sgt. Dylan J. Elchin, age 25, of Hookstown, Pennsylvania died of injuries sustained in the attack in Afghanistan’s central Ghazni Province, southwest of the capital, Kabul. Continue reading US servicemen killed in Afghanistan bomb attack identified

Do you think your job is secured?—(10 minutes read).

If we consider the recent gallup poll results that indicates that only a mere 30% of the workforce is actually committed to doing a good job, engaged, it really drives home the point that we may need to take a deeper look at the skills we have today, map them against the various trends that are impacting the workplace, and derive a view to the skills we will need moving forward. Continue reading Do you think your job is secured?—(10 minutes read).