I love you too: Why you should not argue in front of your children

“I love you too honey” read the message. I just woke up from an afternoon nap and was quite perplexed at the new message on my phone. The message was sent by my husband so it was not the sender that surprised me, but my confusion stemmed from the fact that he used the word “too”. I had no memory of sending him any messages that day…or so I thought. I checked the sent messages on my phone immediately, and indeed I had sent him a message thirty minutes earlier. “I love you so much honey and always want us […]

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First Day at the Big School: Book Readings in Pictures!

Hello everyone! So this post is basically to bring my readers up to speed with my first children’s book “First Day at the Big School”, especially since I have another book “coming soon!”. To be honest the success of First Day at the Big School really surprised me, I had hoped to sell maybe a few 100 copies but at the moment over 3000 copies have been sold and I know thousands more will be sold. God has blessed this publication and I am just in awe of HIM! My first book reading was courtesy of Dorcas Ikya of Tabitha […]

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Laide Owoade of L.A Cakes talks about her sweet passion

Today’s feature is by the delectable Laide Owoade of L.A Cakes. This young mum and wife is a one of the best bakers in the FCT and attention to detail is amazing. Lets read on as she talks about how she discovered her passion. My name is Laide Owoade, I am a 28 year old woman and the co-owner of Cakes by L.A. a bespoke cake store located in Apo, Abuja. Baking for me, started as child’s play in my early secondary school days, from between 1998  to 1999. Interestingly enough the first cake I ever baked was a total […]

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9 ways to deal with Mum Guilt

Every now and then, good mums deal with the Mummy guilt. In fact, a survey on a popular parenting resource website shows that about 94 percent of mothers feel guilty on a range of issues from feeling they are not good enough parents, feeding their babies formula (rather than breast milk) to not being able to spend quality time with their children, and so on. The truth is that as parents  it really is not easy to find the balance between work and spending quality time with our children, so there are times when we may falter. What’s important is the will to keep trying […]

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Achieving your Fitness Goals: 9 tips for losing weight

Today’s post is by Guest Blogger – Angel Stone who is  the fitness expert at Fit & Hungry. She writes about fitness, travel, and living the good life. Her favorite things are soft boiled eggs, house parties, and running in the rain. She currently offers coaching calls and online personal training to those who are ready to make a positive change. Read on and be inspired to keep healthy and fit! Everyone wants  to be as healthy as possible and achieve their fitness goals. Youl want more energy.  You want to move better. You want to feel better. These are […]

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Autism Awareness Month : What is Autism?

April is Autism awareness month and it is important to make sure we have the right information about Autism. Nuwa Omo is a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO)Educator and our Guest Blogger for the week. Apart from consulting on Special educational needs issues she is the founder of Homebay Education and blogs as #nuwaknows. She writes from the United Kingdom where she resides with her husband and two children. Read and learn!   Autism is one part of the wider diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) which also includes Asperger Syndrome, High Functioning Autism (HFA), Pervasive developmental Disorder (PDD) and Pathological […]

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Anne Ekwueme: Dressing women who understand Royalty!

Anne Ekwueme is the charming lady behind House of Zibah, a bespoke and pret a porter designer who is fast carving a niche for herself amongst fashion lovers in the FCT. She also has a passion for mentoring young children with a focus of staying pure. Let’s get up close and personal with Anne. Tell us a little about yourself. I am Anne Ekwueme, Married to Uchenna Ekwueme and we are blessed with 4 amazing children. I was born in Kaduna, I grew up there and went to Ahmadu Bello University Zaria.  So pretty much, I was brought up in […]

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