Finding Yourself After Motherhood – Mine Ujam

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Mother’s Day  was celebrated in many parts of the world recently and I hope you all had a really special day! Well today we have a guest post from the pretty Mine Ujam. She speaks about learning how to find yourself after you become a mother. I am going to be brutally honest here. If you have not heard it before, you heard it first here! You will never ever be the same again the minute you bring a child into this world. I’m sorry to break this wonderful life changing news to you. So, should you be hopelessly in […]

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Aisha Abubakar Achonu : Redefining Style

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Today we shall be speaking to the amazing Aisha Abubakar Achonu. This beautiful mother and wife is the creative brain behind Aisha Abubakr designs and her creativity is amazing! A true Nigerian in many ways and a very graceful lady indeed. Lets get up close and personal with the lovely Aisha.   Please tell us about yourself Aisha. I was born and bred in Gusau, Zamfara state, I’m the fourth child in a family of eight. I studied at Ahmadu Bello University and The Fashion academy, Abuja. I worked at leadership newspapers as a reporter and writer before starting my fashion […]

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The Starter Pack for Intentional Living : Guest Post by Somachi Kachikwu

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Somachi shares our first Guest post of this year on a very relevant topic,”Intentional Living”. We always hear people talk about being intentional in all they do and Soma breaks it down in what titled “The Starter Pack for Intentional Living” . Lets read and learn. A relationship with God : This is a no brainer , it is really important that we have an active relationship with God. I hear a lot of people complain that church attendance, prayer meetings, frequent prayers and general Christian fellowship are not necessary but the truth is you need to build, strengthen and deepen every relationship. Therefore those […]

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Nse Isoni : Teaching People that Manners Matters!

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Nse is a lady I have known for years as someone who sold maternity clothes so I was surprised to get a flier about an etiquette event she was holding.  Her passion to her new vocation has once again reiterated a notion I have always held  “Its never to late to start something new”.  Lets learn more about the gorgeous Nse Isoni and her love for Etiquette! Please let us know a little about your background and  your growing up years? My name is Nse Isoni. I was born into the family of the Late Professor Abel Ekpo-ufot and Mrs […]

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“Veronica’s Daughter” Ella Umeh-Ezeadilieje – Social Media Royalty

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Its Social Media week and everyone can agree that Social Media has taken on a life of its own. It has become a place where relationships are birthed, businesses are grown and information is passed.  While social media has its ills it also has great benefits and one lady who knows it’s benefits is Ella Ezeadilieje a proud Mum of 3 who is Instagram and Facebook Royalty. Let’s get up close and personal with this beautiful and refreshingly down to earth lady, who always asks rhetorically “who forming epp”. Ella tell us a little about yourself and your growing up years […]

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Women in Politics : Zuwaira Gambo

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The lovely Hajiya Zuwaira Gambo is a woman of many parts she has worked as a  journalist with Daily Times, is a Business Woman and runs an NGO. She is also a politician of no mean repute. I came across her in my Secondary Schools Old Girls meeting and was struck by her warmth , generosity and humility towards everyone irrespective of tribal or religious affiliation. This should not have come as a surprise as having left home at the tender age of 10 to school in Federal Girls College Benin with girls from all over the country,  this would have  influenced her general outlook and […]

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Helping your children set goals

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  Last week my 13 year old showed me a list he had drawn up of things he planned to achieve this term. I was impressed as I had not prompted it and it was a sign that he knew what he wanted…they were his goals not mine. What impressed me with his list of goals was that he had also written some of the ways he intended to achieve them and as a Mum I intend to encourage him and hold him accountable. Anyway it got me thinking about ways we can encourage our children to set goals without […]

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