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Hi friends, I have missed you guys and this space. I feel like it's been ages since I last bonded with you guys here, but it hasn't been too long has it? Thank goodness I am here now, lol.
How have you been so far? Is the month July fair to you? If not keep trying, there is victory ahead.

Let's dig into today's post.

VINTAGE LOVE|| THE FLORAL DRESS


Hello Fam, how have you been? Very well I guess, Yes?  But incase you are going through some storms of life right now, where ever you are, know this —God is not done with you yet, He hasn't forgotten about you, He is still faithful even at the dire minute, He will still work wonders. God is still in the business of fulfilling His promises in the lives of His children, You —yes you!

DEAR SOCIETY, THERE IS NO LATE COMER IN LIFE




You have to know that God handed to everyone his/her purpose in life and however we choose to achieve our dreams and purposes in life is not yours to determine. For we walk the sands of time through different paths.

Dear society, 

It is not normal that as women, we live our lives in constant fear of what the society will think of us if we deviate from the cultures, norms and traditions of our society. 

LIFE AND LIVING|| JUNE UPDATES #2

@dazzle_and_gorgeous

Hey, beautiful people how have you been? So the month of June has finally come to an end and I thought I should share with you what went down in my  personal/blogging life in June.

A SENSITIZATION||ON INDECENT DRESSING IN THE SOCIETY/SCHOOLS BY TODAY'S YOUTHS

The students of the community secondary school, Akparabong, Ikom, Cross River State. 
Indecent dressing is a common problem in the society today especially by the youths.
To be indecently dressed means to deliberately expose ones body to the public, either to attract or not to attract attentions).
This attitude is not accommodated by the cultures and traditions of our society, specifically the Nigerian society and also in Africa.

Outfit Post ||5 quick & easy tips for wearing a gray singlet




 Gray  and black colors never fail any day  or any time. That's why I believe that  owning a gray singlet is a wardrobe staple  both during the sunny season or cold  season. A singlet doesn't just have to  be seen as  an indoor wear, you can use it  to add flare to your outfit whether  coperate or laid back casual. 

WEEKLY SERIES||HEY IT'S OKAY

Outfit post here

I was inspired to write this post by airingmylaundry. She host a link up on her blog and she is a beautiful soul. Thank you for hosting  me airingmylaundry. Also, I will be running it as a weekly series on the blog because I love the idea.

I WANT TO BE RICH IN MY TWENTIES





Hey lovelies! I am here again, thank God for life. Hope you're doing excellently well? Yeah? OK, good.
Thank being said, I want to share something fantastic with you all.hopefully you can relate it to your lives and use it.
Let's dig in.
As a little girl growing up, I always dreamt of being rich in my twenties. You know the whole idea of having a house(home) of my own, a business empire, a job I'm happy at, a hubby, children and of course much money to keep my family and help humanities who are in need.
With regards to this, one of my short/long term goals in life is to be financially stable. I know it's not a day job but I am grinding hard(at least I try harder everyday). The feeling of sinking in financial insufficiency is a stigma - I hate it.
To be in debt because of that is even the worst stigma ever - I thank God debt and I repel each other.  It's taken me some discipline from being stingy to myself, prioritizing my needs, to investing and lots more. Want to find out? Yeah? Ok, read on.
 so I...

OFFICE ROMANCE|| WHEN A COWORKER HITS ON YOU

You know that moment when you arrive at your new office and almost all the single men want to fill you in on the dos and don'ts of the organization, 'the power players' in the office, the so called 'bad boys'(women hunters) who get weirdly excited at the glimpse of anything in skirt.

TO THE LADIES: STILL WAITING FOR MR RIGHT|| 5 THINGS THAT WILL PREPARE YOU

Good people I greet you all. How have you been? As for me, making progress in life as always.

So I want to share my views on a quote that I came across on the internet by an unknown author.

"How wrong is it for a woman to expect the man to build the world she wants, rather than to create it herself?"

5 LESSONS I LEARNT AT THE FIRST QUARTER OF MY SERVICE YEAR


Source:nysc.org.ng
It has been three months into my National Youth Service Corp which means that I am through with the first quarter of the NYSC program.  I must say it's been fun, interesting and at the same time challenging. As expected I have been confronting each stage of the program courageously, after all I don't have any other choice lol.
According to the National Youth Service Corp ,the main objective of the scheme is inculcate values and morals, discipline into Nigerians therefore integrating them and fostering unity  among Nigerian youths. The NYSC program was founded by Decree No. 24 of May 22nd 1973.
If you are a Nigerian studying abroad or you are here in Nigeria studying or must have completed your study and awaiting your mobilization into the NYSC, please stick around to the end of this post because you will learn something. And to you who is either a working class or one thing or the other please share this post to every Nigerian graduate and Undergraduate you know.
YES! it is time for business.
Because I love sharing with all of you, I decided to share 5 lessons that I learnt in the first three months of my NYSC program.

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