Keeping fit and healthy while at home

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For many families around the world everyone; except those who provide essential services like our awesome Medical Personnel, security agencies, shop attendants and a few others are on lock down. What this means for many is that the fridge and the kitchen are just a few steps away, and with more free time there is a tendency over indulge. That’s why we need to be careful that we don’t come out of this period a dress size or two bigger (unless you have actually been trying to add weight). Anyway I have been thinking of a few ways to ensure […]

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Planning Your Disneyworld Holiday

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Ok so you know we all work so hard whether we are working moms, business women or stay at home mamas so when it’s time to have a holiday with the family it’s needs to be as stressless as possible. While this post is specifically for Disneyworld it will work as a general guide for most popular vacations spots. Research Research the locations, resorts, local attractions, parks, research the hotels, research the kind of tickets you want, research the rides so you know which ones to use your fast pass for. Just research and then plan. For us based on […]

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The Unstoppable Irene Ugbah

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Irene Ndidi Ugbah is an educationist and the executive director of Crestville Academy, founder of Crestville development foundation, a public speaker, gender advocate and an author. Her personal mantra is “Success is limitless, because opportunities abound”. This mantra is the inspiration behind her  books-” Limitless-Discover  and Maximise Opportunities” and “Unstoppable”. She has spoken at the World Literacy Summit, held at Oxford University and the Kaleidoscope Conference at the University of Cambridge, in the UK.  Irene is a recipient of the Goldman Sachs scholarship 10,000 women program and a member of British/Nigeria Educational trust. She is a wife, and mother of three  children. Irene, Pls […]

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Modupe Idowu – the “Gingerlie” Lifestyle Blogger

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Modupe Idowu is the delectable lady behind Gingerlie Lifestyle Blog. In this piece she shares a little about herself and how she started her popular lifestyle blog. I knew I was privileged. In fact I’ve always felt privileged and I remember how at some point in my childhood I was convinced I would never be successful – because the only success stories I heard were of people who were less privileged or people who had a difficult childhood and overcame it all. For me I had it easy and to a large extent and based on all I had heard I did […]

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14 Tips on Hiring Nannies

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It’s another work week and for working Mums with young children one of the hot topics is getting the right help for their children.  I have a friend who resigned after she kept having issue with help and eventually opened a business, another decided she was done with help. I for the most part have been lucky in that department.  The truth is that while there is no formula to getting good help there are a few tips that could help. Here are 14 tips to help you hire and keep the best help for your home. Referrals rock: While […]

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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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