Good day blessed people!
Been a long, long, while. My business took over me.
It’s been a long, long, loooooooong time. How have you all been?
I have been super busy these past few months as I am taking a giant step from being an employee to being a full time entrepreneur. This has basically taken all my time. I get home tired most times. I wake in the mornings with my head filled with 1001 things I have to do; deliveries, meeting production deadlines, marketing on social media, responding to inquires, dealing with customers etc. Yes I do all of this alone ( with help from my siblings tho).
But I am so glad to be back here now and I promise to make time to put up posts on the blog.
In the mean time, let me relish in the fact that I put up this post in the face of procrastination. I broke procrastination’s back today yippppeeeee!
Christmas is almost here and it’s the season show love and give gifts to our family, clients/customers, friends and loved ones!
And Happy 56th Independence to my beloved country, Nigeria. Yesterday, October 1, 2016 was our independence day and there were various reaction to the celebration. The condition of the country, would let a lot of people see and positive thing about our country thus people wondered if there is really anything worth celebrating.
Earlier today, I was on Bella Naija, * that’s one of the two blogs I get my news* and I saw their post on Mark Zuckerberg’s Q & A Session in Lagos. I watched it and I was really impressed. *Shalla to Bella Naija* And Uche of Bella Naija asked a question too!
It’s been 50 days since I turned 29+1 and on today’s post I will be reflecting on the near three decades of my existence on this sphere.
Okay! So today I will be talking about the topic that has set the whole Nigerian Twittersphere on fire for a while now. Is it compulsory for a woman to cook? Is it only the job of the woman to cook?
How was your week? I just remembered that today is Friday and many of us will be going to the salon over the weekend to retouch. So I thought I share some bad practices from the ‘profeshiona’ stylist when retouching in a typical Nigerian salon. I believe when you are armed with this information you can politely tell them not to do such while working on your hair.
This is another episode of GHERIT SPEAKS on the blog; and today I want to ask a question. Why are people not celebrating or talking about the return of tomatoes to the Nigerian populace after the tomatoes scarcity due to tomato Ebola?
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