I made Zobo!

Last weekend was amazing and activities packed for me. Hubby went to work very early in the morning so I was home all alone, somewhat bored but excited because two of my besties (Lara and Yemi) were coming over for a visit. As a very (selective) hospitable person that I am, I headed to Sura…

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Now you are married, what next?

So two months ago we did the deed (My lover and I), the love of my life sounds too cliché…..lol. The whole wedding preparation and process was a time to learn and unlearn a whole lot of things. Was it stressful? Not really, probably because I started the preparation quite early and I had a…

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GLOW, BABY GLOW – MY TURMERIC MAGIC!

Today we are talking about the Turmeric facial Mask…yaay So I will be getting married in a few weeks and like every bride, I want to glow – I mean, Ama Shine and Ama Shine….lol. However, taking into consideration the current economic situation, a full Spa Treatment is not in my list of options at…

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A LOVE TURNED SOUR | Ololade Adeyemi

  Loving you is a feeling I would love to cherish A passion I want nothing more than to relish Your gentle love I have always longed to tend But cold feelings I always get from you at the end   Now my nights are so lonely My dreams so empty My heart keeps calling…

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MY MINT LEAVES SEARCH IS OVER!

Hello my people, so sorry for another long absence. My life has been full of drama for the past few weeks, but its settling now or so it seems. So, for months I have been on the search for peppermint leaves as I needed to make some oils. I looked all around my local Egbeda…

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The Birth of a Beauty Empire

Happy New Year Guys! I have been inconsistent I know. But believe me I have been upto a whole lot of things and I bet you guys will be proud of when once you are done reading because I am proud of myself too. I am not bragging—well maybe a little bit..lol. Ever since I…

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The Wretched Billionaire

The Wretched Billionaire Author: Aoiri Obaigbo Year: 2016 “You are my disciples; therefore you are privileged to know that we are only nine people in this country. The rest of you are like the three blind mice running after the farmer’s wife. Nine of us have our way, no matter what the rest of you…

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LET’S TALK DEEP CONDITIONING!

Hello my Natural Lovelies! So sorry for the long absence, the last few weeks have been all shades of crazy….In between work pressure, school assignments and studying for my masters’ exams- Whoever said working and studying at the same time is easy (Deep Sigh….). My exams start next week so wish me luck guys. Moving…

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Memoirs of a Scorned Woman

Book: SO LONG A LETTER Author: Mariama Bâ (Translated by Modupe Bode-Thomas in 1981) Genre: African Literature Pages: 96 Mariama Ba’s So Long a Letter is a very lengthy letter that recounts the stories of two friends and their husbands who lived in Senegal during the post-colonial period of national reformulation, capturing the story of…

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