Things that keep you up at night:
loneliness, cold, heat, hunger, late night texting, memories, over thinking,
worries, the internet.
When you’re right, no one remembers.
When you’re wrong, no one forgets.
A beautiful face attracts more
partners than a beautiful body, according to a scientific survey.
Kissing is healthier than shaking
Human muscles are limited by our
brain – we actually have the strength to move cars and boulders.
When they see you’re doing better
without them, that is when they want you back.
The expiration date on water bottles
is for the bottle, not the water.
In 1973, China had an excess of
females and offered the U.S. 10 million Chinese women.
When studying something new, teach a
friend about it. Let them ask questions. If you can teach something well, then
you understand it well.
Honey does not spoil. You could
feasibly eat 3000 year old honey.
If someone truly loves you, they
tend to hug you for at least 5 seconds or more.
Women are better at remembering
pretty girls’ faces because they are seen as potential threats.
Thantophobia, the fear of losing
someone you love.
Studies show that by eating a big
breakfast, you won’t feel as hungry the rest of the day, which can lead to more
nutritional food choices.
No matter how good or bad you have
it, wake up each day thankful for your life. Someone somewhere else is
desperately fighting for theirs.

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Ubong Effiong also known as Pendusky is a Customer Experience Management Personnel with Sterling Bank Plc.

Oluwole Olusanya
Oluwole Olusanya is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of one of the fastest-growing lifestyle and entertainment website in the country. He is a banker, writer, blogger, public affairs analyst and a tax consultant. He anchors Trending Topics on SHEFFA where he shares his thoughts and opinions on trending issues. He is currently studying for a Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom. He has diplomas in Banking and Finance, Investigative Journalism, Creative Writing, and Linguistics from Lagos State Polytechnic, Isolo, Lagos, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland and The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom.