Dola Akinola : My Breastfeeding Story

It was breast feeding week across the world recently and I got to speak to a Project Accountant who exclusively breastfed her son. Read her story and be inspired. Why did you choose to breastfeed?                                                                                                                                        I chose to breastfeed because I had done a lot of research into the benefits and I felt that it would be beneficial for my baby. Part of my research involved attending a breastfeeding workshop while I was pregnant and that taught me a lot about breastfeeding so I felt quite confident about breastfeeding my son when he was born. What would you say is […]

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Back to School : Tips for Parents

School’s around the country are resuming all through this month and for parents its mixed feelings. There is excitement that the children are finally going to be productively occupied, while there may also be strain as bank accounts are depleted. There may also be some anxiety over how to cope emotionally or otherwise as your child starts this new session. Here are just a few going back to school  tips to help both children and parents. Early to bed…: Most times parents allow their children some flexibility with bed time over the holidays but as school resumption draws close begin to […]

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Loretta Ogboro-Okor : Her Father’s Daughter

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This week, we bring you a personality who is a social change agent while making it look effortless. Love or hate her guts, this persona is one many people who encounter never forget. From an early age she has always shown leadership and is never afraid to let her views be known. She is a Pan-Africanist, who is very passionate about women empowerment and the education of the girl child as well as the re-awakening of Africa’s slumbering giant – Nigeria! Read and be inspired. “Loretta, be true to yourself in everything you do. Never give anyone the right to […]

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Chibogu Emodi- Ilozue : 7 Organizing hacks for the busy Mum

 It’s been a short break on the blog but we are back with tons of inspiration. Today we have a special feature by a very hardworking wife and mum. Chibby loves to organize and she shares some of her tips to help us get our homes looking nice and pretty!   Hello Everyone, my name is Chibogu Emodi Ilozue, aka Chibby. I’m a Nigerian, wife, working mommy, and an entrepreneur. I love all things organizing and styling in the home which led to the birth of “Chibby’s Organizing Tips”. I hope you come on board and enjoy the experience. So here […]

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Tega Omogor: Helping people stay Drug Free

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Tega Omogor describes herself as a survivor and a drug abuse therapist . Her mission is to help create a drug free environment for the next generation so they can be all God created them to be. She is also a passionate entrepreneur who runs Imose woman. As the world marks Drug Free day lets talk with this woman with a passion to see people free from substance abuse. Tell us about yourself Tega  I’m a last child of 8 siblings . I went to Santa Maria private school and Early life nursery and primary school both in Festac. I attended FGGC Benin for […]

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Flora Solomon Lange : Wife, Mum, Designer, Nurse and everything in between!

Flora Solomon Lange has an alluring beauty with a congenial nature. Through trained as a nurse she is also the brain behind thriving fashion house Folange Code and also has a beauty line. Lets hear more from this mother of one as to how she holds it all together! Please tell us a bit about you and your growing up years My  name is Flora Solomon Lange , (Nee Flora Smith), born 26th January 1990, to  a family of  6, 2 sisters and a brother , a mother and a father.  I am from Anambra State, Dunukofia L.G.A. and  I am an […]

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Trevor Noah: Born a Crime – Some memorable quotes

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This book was recently read by the book club I belong to and it was such an easy and enjoyable read . To be honest I was not expecting much but boy was I pleasantly surprised! This collection of short stories by popular comedian Trevor Noah is set in his native South Africa and takes the reader back to his growing up years with his mum, younger brother and interesting extended family. I have always been fascinated with the history of racial segregation stemming from slavery in the West and apartheid in South Africa so the fact that this was one of themes […]

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