How to Calculate Changing Working Days in a Month in Tableau

Calculate Changing Working Days in a Month in Tableau. Working day are usually Monday through Friday excluding public holidays. Calculating the number of working days spent is often useful for in business analytics for a variety of indicators since most businesses do not work on weekends.

Shopping for Coronavirus Lockdown

Nope, that was not what I saw when I walked into Sainsbury’s yesterday evening. Matter of fact, there were only 2 banana’s left on the shelf and I grabbed them both! I had been out and about the week before last and everything felt quite normal. I haven’t bought or worn masks or gloves but…

PhD Diaries: February Recap

It’s the end of my second month as a Ph.D. Researcher and boy, this month was tough. January ended with the doctoral training week which I discussed in my earlier post and my first Supervisory Meeting. I have got 3 amazing supervisors and I am required to meet with them formally once every month and…

PhD Diaries: Research Training Week

Gosh, I am so glad this week is finally over. How are you? If you read Ph.D. Diaries: Induction I told you I had a week-long training in school this week and it was intense. I had classes from 10am all the way till 5pm, with 1-hour breaks in between. Thing is, since I live…

PhD Diaries: Induction

This post marks the beginning of a new phase in my life. I’m officially a PhD student at Loughborough University and yesterday was Induction day. Apparently, schooling at Loughborough University is a big deal. When I put in my Research proposal, I had no idea. It has been a university since 1966 and dates back…

If We Were Having Coffee | Candid Catch Up

“Write something…, it doesn’t have to be perfect every time” the voice in my head keeps reminding me, but I’ve been overwhelmed by my 2019 goals, little else has been a priority. 2019 began with me doggedly chasing a Distinction in my Master’s degree. I’ve been reading scientific journals, working on assignments, essays, coursework and…

All the Books I’ve Read (2015-2019)

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What are Your Thinking Traps? – Tola Oladiji

What’s the funniest joke you’ve seen on social media this year? Take a few moments to remember it. Did you smile and feel a little warmer inside? I bet you did. Here’s what a lot of people haven’t realized: our emotions or moods are actually shaped by our thoughts. True story. What you think determines…

Book Review: Inside Out by Demi Moore

My first memory of Demi Moore is her performance in Ghost, with Patrick Swayze (now late) and Whoopi Goldberg. Demi Moore was one of the most popular and the highest-paid leading ladies in Hollywood in the 90’s, playing pioneering roles in A Few Good men (aka You can’t handle the truth!) with Tom Cruise and…

10 Things To Love about Summer

It is 10°C and a clear indication that like all good things, summer has come to an end. Following this, it’s the perfect time to reflect on how I spent the season of sunshine. It was my first summer and I’d say it feels a lot like that period between harmattan and rainy season in…

GOOD MOOD FOOD REVIEW – Grilla, Liverpool

Originally posted on GABY MENDES:
Welcome to the second in my blog series of ‘The Good Mood Food Review’. Here you can find out all about those restaurants and bars with feel good food and atmosphere! Recently I was invited to write a review of Grilla, one of my favourite restaurants in Liverpool. I had…

RESTAURANTS AT LAGOS FOOD REVIEW AND PRICES

Originally posted on Lifestyle blog:
RESTAURANT: CHOW NOODLE BAR LOCATION :LEKKI PHASE 1 PRICE : #1800 If you’re in LAGOS Nigeria and you feel lazy to get out of bed to cook or drive to the nearest restaurant, just order a box of CHOW from Chow Noodle Bar , I promise it’s worth the taste…

Nkoyo | Abuja

Originally posted on SalmahXO:
📍1st Floor, Ceddi Plaza, Central Business District, Abuja. Summer ‘16 was the last time I dined at Nkoyo, and I was happy to be back. Nkoyo is one of my all time fave restaurants in the city and I occasionally have their food as take out when my mum visits herself.…

Silk & Satin: Food Tasting at Faji Steakhouse | Abuja

Originally posted on SalmahXO:
📍13, Amazon Street, Maitama, Abuja. So your girl was invited to a ‘food tasting’ event over the weekend. I was so excited cause that meant I’d be able to eat a variety of food all in one seating! I was also excited at the thought of meeting fellow foodies and how…