Christmas is almost here and it’s the season show love and give gifts to our family, clients/customers, friends and loved ones!
Here is a little something from me to you for the weekend! Enjoy!
You all know there was a holiday last Monday to mark our independence day right? Okay, same day, the guys at LAFIT GYM in Gbagada organized The Gbagada Fitness Festival and I was there.
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!
This is for your viewing pleasure as you enjoy your weekend!
VIOLIN COVER FOR MILEY CIRUS ‘WRECKING BALL’ & P-SQUARES ‘BRING IT ON’
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?
As you all know, the GHERIT SPEAKS section of the blog is for gist so today I am going to share a scenario I saw or should I say I was in this morning on my way to work.
Just thought I share some of the hashtags I follow on twitter and would love to encourage my dear reader to follow and read up too.