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Ingredient Side Hustle - Zinny Factor
Side Hustle Series

The Key Ingredients for a Great Side Hustle

Being able to earn more money is something that all people are going to want to do, but what are the ingredients necessary? But of course, you don’t have to give up your current job or have to apply for all of the promotions going, in order to earn more.

Having a side hustle to earn something extra can allow you to earn that little bit more money that can help you to save, or help you to achieve your financial goals much faster, which could be saving for a house or paying off your student debt.

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Interviews

Ufuoma Okumagba : Business Specialist & Travel Blogger (23 Countries & Counting!)

Ufuoma Okumagba is one of those people that inspires me to actualize my travel goals. Asides the fact that she is a travel blogger and writes really well on travel related topics that I can relate to, she also works full-time.

I like the fact that she’s so down to earth through her posts and always willing to share.

Some years back, my mom ensured that she took my sister and I for our first trip outside the shores of Nigeria. We visited London, UK. That was when I fell in love with travel and vowed to travel often.

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Career Change, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Getting Ahead, Inspiration, Lifestyle

Zinny Factor Turns One + One Year Anniversary Giveaway!

The 19th of March marked the one-year anniversary of this blog, Zinny Factor and I was so ecstatic. I never imagined I’ll blog this long, I had my doubts and I’m glad to know that I overcame my fears. I just really want to say a big thank you to everyone of you. The support I’ve received just from updating this space on the web has been amazing. I’ve made several friends via the internet and hoping to meet you all someday. I’m extremely excited to know that you love what I’ve been doing, but I know that more has to be done here as well.

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Career Change

Help!!! HR isn’t on my Side

Hello! How has October been so far? Turning out well, I suppose. Thanksgiving was celebrated over the weekend in Canada and yesterday was a public holiday as well. The Americans celebrate it in November. According to one of my professors, the Canadians thought to move up the celebrations to October when the weather is much more favorable and also to prevent the celebrations from clashing with Remembrance day celebrated in November.

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