Guest Post: Tips for sustaining love in marriage

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Ginika Ukoha is a beautiful mother of two adorable girls. She works as a Medical Administrator and a certified  marriage counsellor and advocate who is very passionate about love and marriage and dedicates most of her energy to uplift and enlighten marriages. Her passion for love and relationships led her to set up Alliance for the Improvement of Marriages aka AIM  that supports and encourages marriages . Through AIM Ginika is committed to assist couples overcome martial challenges in order to build and sustain enlightened and healthy marriages by providing empowering tools and resources. She is our Guest Poster and shares her tips for […]

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Thrifty Slayer: Sharing love by giving a helping hand

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This month of love is all about showing those around you how much you love them and as we all know though you can give without loving you can never love without giving. Our Guest on the blog knows a thing or two about giving which is why she set up Thrifty Slayer as part of Slay Dot Com Aid Initiative. Ijeamaka Nwizu is the beauty behind behind intitative which she says was borne out of her constantly thinking of how she needed to feed people. She wasn’t comfortable with knowing so many people went to bed hungry, and after […]

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How I Overcame Depression – Ele Amodu

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Ele Amodu is a Model , Speaker and the Author of “How to Strip it Off” . This young lady is not afraid to live her truth while inspiring people along the way. An ardent follower of Christ she shares her story on how she overcame depression and how a mentor/ parent figure helped her heal. She also writes about how a parent can help their children deal with a range of issues. Sometimes when we hear the word “mental health” we often associate it with some stigma, like it’s a taboo certain people go through not understanding that you personally […]

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Titi Horsfall – The Storyteller

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Titi Horsfall is a woman of many parts. She has built a thriving career in corporate communications in the Oil and Gas industry and is an accomplished novelist. Some of her published works include; Influence of a King, and From an Orphan to a Queen; Esther. Titi is the African Achievers Awards Honoree, and recipient of the 2016 African Literature Prize amongst several other awards. She is also a wife and mother of three young men. Let’s learn more about this exceptionally gifted lady. Titi please tell us about yourself My introduction here, just about says it. I am a […]

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How to ditch Mummy Guilt

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As busy women life can get tough, with motherhood in the mix it’s even tougher. However, we manage to balance it all and make it work. Despite our best efforts, a huge number of us still grapple with Mummy guilt. In fact, a survey on a popular parenting resource website shows that over 90 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 […]

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Raising children as a single parent

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When we think of a nuclear family the image that springs to our consciousness is one of a group of people consisting of Mummy, Daddy and child or children. However in reality there are many times that life happens and we see a one parent family. Sadly, there is still some stigma attached to this which makes an already tough job even harder but many single parents have raised well -rounded individuals successfully. Think Barack Obama, T.Y Bello, Michael Phelps, Halle Berry and so many more. Here are a few tips that may help people raising children as a single […]

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10 tips to help us achieve more goals !

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Happy New Year! When I was younger, I fantasized about counting down till the clock struck midnight and then kissing my beau! (when you watch too many oyibo movies).  However, as a good Nigerian  Christian lady, I usually cross over into each year in a house of worship, praying and singing praises… which, to be honest, is something I quite enjoy. Something I didn’t always enjoy, however, is making my plans for the New Year. Every year, I write this long list of my plans for the year, and with some I struggle, while with others I soar. I started […]

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