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The Mash-Up Nigerian
27 minutes | 6 months ago
Life lately - TV, Books and Podcast Recommendations | July 2020
I spoke about what I've been up to in the last few months from rediscovering new hobbies and what I've enjoyed reading, watching and listening to.Links mentioned@cakesetcetera_bakeryBooksHomegoing by Yaa GyasiThe Flatshare by Beth O'LearyWhen Life Gives You Lemons by Fiona GibsonTV shows Glow Up: Britain's Next Make-Up StarMrs AmericaI May Destroy YouPodcastsIn These MomentsSnatched Edges - Ebuni's Haircare ColumnI'm on Instagram @tunrayoa
18 minutes | 10 months ago
Relationships and Finances: Is it important to know how much your spouse earns?
My husband, Ayo and I discuss popular finance topics that come up often in relationships on this episode.Find me on Instagram @tunrayoa and Twitter @tunrayo_akandeAyo's Photography Business: @morayophotography
12 minutes | a year ago
Money and Health: Still on Track?
On this episode, I talk about the goals we set at the start of a new year and share some podcasts that inspire me to work towards those goals.Podcasts mentionedMoney 101Caught Off Guard (I also mention Patricia Bright's YouTube channel, The Break)Fit & FearlessResource mentioned Money Saving ExpertFind me on Instagram @tunrayoa and Twitter @tunrayo_akande
14 minutes | a year ago
Life as a Makeup Artist in Lagos with Bregha
In this episode, I speak with makeup artist- Bregha about how she got into working in the makeup industry, how her family felt about it and her experience running her business. You can follow Bregha's work on Instagram @BreghaFind me on Instagram @tunrayoa
11 minutes | a year ago
TV and Book Recommendations - November 2019
TV shows and films mentionedGreenleaf93 DaysBreaking FashionPodcasts mentionedFashion Fix Ctrl Alt DeleteBook mentionedThe School Run by Helen WhitakerFind me on socialhttps://www.instagram.com/tunrayoa/
10 minutes | a year ago
Summer Books 2019
I share my thoughts on the two books that I recently read.On The Come Up by Angie Thomas Taking Up Space: The Black Girl's Manifesto for Change by Chelsea Kwakye and Ore OgunbiyiFind me on socialhttps://www.instagram.com/tunrayoa/https://twitter.com/tunrayo_akande
39 minutes | 2 years ago
On Moving Back to Nigeria with Yetunde
Today's guest is Yetunde who moved back to Nigeria in late 2018 after living in the United States for 10 years.On the episode, she shares:her reasons for movingthe plans she made to prepare herself for the moveher general experience of moving back to Nigeriasome tips for people who may be considering the moveYetunde's Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHHrzZjm1XwmWMYurWYReew/videosFind me on socialhttps://www.instagram.com/tunrayoa/https://twitter.com/tunrayo_akande
22 minutes | 2 years ago
Has social media changed our lives?
I have a conversation with two of my childhood friends about how social media has changed our lives. We talk about how we started using social media as teenagers and how we use it differently as adults. We also share some of the purchases we've made because of social media. If you're based in the Chicago area, you can find out more about joining Eniola's book club by contacting her: https://www.instagram.com/thenaivediary/Follow me on Instagram.
6 minutes | 2 years ago
A Few Apps That Make Travelling Easier
I recently went on holiday and I share some of the apps and websites I used which made travelling easier.One thing I didn't mention on the podcast is that I use my Starling debit card abroad without any extra charges from the bank. This is not a promoted post for Starling but it might be useful for people who prefer to spend on a debit card while abroad. Links mentionedhttps://www.google.com/flightshttps://www.skyscanner.net/https://www.starlingbank.com/ https://www.airbnb.co.uk/c/tunrayoo4?currency=GBPUberUber Discount Code: tunrayoa1uehttps://www.instagram.com/tunrayoa/https://twitter.com/tunrayo_akande
10 minutes | 2 years ago
Why We Need To Talk About Money More
This episode was inspired by a book I recently read called Open Up: The Power of Talking About Money by Alex Holder. I discuss what I learnt from the book and why I enjoyed reading the book. I also share a few personal experiences managing my money as an adult. Follow me on socialhttps://instagram.com/tunrayoa/https://twitter.com/tunrayo_akande
40 minutes | 2 years ago
Do We Have Enough Doctors In Nigeria?
There was a recent comment by the Nigerian Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige where he said there was a surplus of doctors in Nigeria. I talk about this with Nigerian doctor, Gbemi Peter-Ayeni. We also discuss what it's like training and working as a doctor in Nigeria.You can find Gbemi's writing here: http://openhealth.com.ng/Twitter: @askdoctorgbemiFind me on social: https://www.instagram.com/tunrayoa/
11 minutes | 2 years ago
True Crime TV Recommendations
This week, I review two true crime TV shows- Dirty John and The Case Against Adnan Syed. Both stories were first told on podcasts and then made into TV shows.Podcasts mentionedDirty JohnSerial https://serialpodcast.org/Dirty John https://wondery.com/shows/dirty-john/I'm on social: https://www.instagram.com/tunrayoa/
12 minutes | 2 years ago
Documentaries Tackling Healthcare
On this episode, I review 2 documentaries that I've watched recently - The Inventor and Vegas Baby. Both focus on aspects of healthcare in America. The Inventor looks at Theranos, a biomedical company that tried to reinvent blood testing. Vegas Baby is about a fertility clinic offering a free IVF cycle in a giveaway. Links MentionedInterview with the documentary filmmaker for Vegas Baby: https://www.tmaympod.com/tell/2018/4/25/season-2-episode-7-amanda-micheliThe Dropout podcast: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/abc-news/the-dropoutFind me on social: https://www.instagram.com/tunrayoa/
14 minutes | 2 years ago
Why we should care about politics
On today's episode, I'm discussing the need for us to engage in politics. I talk about how our laws affect our lives and how we can support credible candidates. Keep up with the conversation on Twitter: #mashupnigerianFind Tunrayo on Social: https://www.instagram.com/tunrayoa/
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