• success skills
    Lifestyle,  Personal Development

    Six Basic Skills You Need to be Successful in Life

    It’s no longer news that the world is competitive. In fact, every field is highly competitive and this is not changing anytime soon. Life will not give you what you deserve, only what you demand. So if you’re willing to succeed, be ready to give it all it takes or else, you’ll be relegated to the background. What makes some people successful and others not? Skills. The answer is skills. Skills in some vital aspects of life. Skill is the capacity to do something well. And the good news is that, it can be learned or acquired. That means anyone can be successful in life. Success isn’t innate. It’s left…

  • how to form habit
    Lifestyle,  Personal Development

    The Best and Only Way to Form and Maintain Habits for Self Personal Development

    As humans, we form and maintain habits even without us knowing. Habits are actions we perform regularly, so regularly that we even do them without thinking about them because they’ve become part of us. For instance, eating. We put food in our mouth without thinking about it because we’ve always put foods in the mouth and not in the nose. Habits make humans. Habits help us to develop routines that make life orderly and organized. Imagine doing different random things every day. Life will be chaotic that way. But the painful truth is that, it’s harder to form and maintain good habits than bad habits. So, if you’re someone who…

  • do we really need to pray
    faith,  Lifestyle

    Do We Really Need to Pray?

    Do we really need to pray? Does God need our prayers to work? Prayer, which is one of the pillars of Christianity, is simply the art and act of communication with God. Prayer is a dialogue, that means, it’s a conversation, not a one-way thing or a monologue. What is the implication of this? It means that prayer isn’t just about us doing the talking alone, it’s also important that we listen to hear from God. We must expect God to speak back to us. This is where Christians have challenges the most, because often times, we just reel off whatever we have to say and expect God to work…

  • Lifestyle,  Personal Development

    7 Habits of Highly Smart Women

    If you have read the qualities of a strong woman, then you need to know the habits of highly smart women. What makes a woman smart? Is smartness innate or developed? If you say it’s innate, that means smart women are born and not made. That would mean that anyone who isn’t born smart doesn’t stand a chance. Gratefully, this is not the case. Smartness can be cultivated, and this is determined by the things you do consistently called habits. Habits are actions that are done regularly. It’s habits that make people smart. We live in a highly competitive world. So if you want to be successful, you must have…

  • strong woman quotes
    Lifestyle

    17 Signs You Are a Strong Woman

    Even though femininity has been long perceived to be synonymous with weakness and softness, women all over the world are now changing the narrative. That’s why the term ‘strong woman‘ has evolved and it’s not going away anytime soon. But, who is a strong woman? Is every woman strong? What makes a strong woman? What are the qualities of a strong woman? Are you a strong woman? You will find answers to these questions in this article. Below are 15 signs that you’re a strong woman: 15 SIGNS THAT YOU ARE A STRONG WOMAN You know what you want from life A strong woman isn’t clueless about what she wants…

  • nigerian meat pie
    Lifestyle,  Recipes

    Nigerian Meat Pie: Best Recipe Ever

    No matter how far away you are from home, you’ll always long for Nigerian meat pie. Remember Mr Biggs kinda meat pie? The creamy beef filling and the flaky and crispy dough? Yes, that is what you are about to learn. Nigerian meat pie is one of the Nigerian recipes that bind us together as a country. I’ve not met a Nigerian that doesn’t love Nigerian meat pie. I have experimented with different Nigerian meat pie recipes before I settled for the one I’m now faithful to, because the result is ahhmaaazing!  Without much ado, let me introduce you to the best Nigerian meat pie recipe ever! Nigerian Meat Pie…

  • Dalle Valle Herlev
    Lifestyle,  Restaurant Review

    Dalle Valle Herlev : Restaurant Review & Pictures

    I’ve been to Dalle Valle Herlev three times – September 14 2017, it was my birthday and I just wanted to eat out with my husband, so we chose Dalle Valle Herlev lunch buffet. In October 2017, I had dinner there with ladies from church. And January this year, I went there with my family to eat out. This time, I thought to review the restaurant. Dalle Valle Herlev Location Name : Dalle Valle Cuisine : Danish, European Location : Dalle Valle is located in the BIG Shopping Centre, Herlev Hovedgade 17, 2730, Herlev, Copenhagen, Denmark Dalle Valle Herlev Features Reservations High chairs for children (I liked this because of…

  • omoni oboli biography
    Lifestyle,  Woman Crush

    All About Omoni Oboli : Woman Crush Every Day

    The first movie I saw Omoni Oboli in was The Figurine, which was produced and directed by Kunle Afolayan and the first thought that greeted my heart was, ”This woman is pretty!” Her eyes are so cute and I loved the way she talked.  Then I watched Fifty; I absolutely fell in love with her anew, and even followed her on Instagram. Apart from her physical attractiveness, I love her versatility. She inspires me and challenges me in many ways. She has become one of the most loved actresses in Nollywood and she deserves it. Come with me, let me show you who this woman crush is. Biography Full name…

  • akara recipe
    Lifestyle,  Recipes

    Best Akara Recipe

    Introduction to Our Dear Akara Akara Recipe! All hail the Nigerian Akara! I’m even emotional as I’m typing this. You see, one of the things that makes Nigeria an interesting place to live (?) is the street foods. OhmaiGod! That’s actually one of the things I missed about home. Wait. Let me sing. Oh my home Oh my home When shall I see my home? When shall I see my native land? I will never forget my home Naija for life mehn! Okay. Back to the Nigerian akara. Because that’s why you are here. Hihihi. You see again, if there’s anything that Is common to the rich and the poor,…

  • sharon ooja
    Lifestyle,  Woman Crush

    Sharon Ooja: All You Need to Know About Her

    If you are a big fan of Skinny Girl in Transit(SGIT), then ‘Shalewa’ i.e Sharon Ooja wouldn’t be a stranger to you because that’s where the screen diva captured our hearts; not only with her enviable looks and her amazing personality but also with how well she interpreted her role as Tiwa’s younger sister in Skinny Girl in Transit. SGIT is currently one of the most loved Nigerian YouTube series. What is Friday without SGIT? Anyways, today isn’t about SGIT but about Sharon Ooja who played the character ‘Shalewa’ in SGIT. We love Sharon and we are not ashamed of it. Not only is she lovable, her cheerful demeanour and…

  • brown-rice-how-to-cook
    Healthy Eating,  Lifestyle

    Brown Rice : How To Cook

    Even though I was as tired as the wings of a bird three weekends ago, I was excited. Usually, I do most of my cooking on Saturdays ahead of the week. Three Saturdays ago wasn’t different. I cooked some meals and stored them in the refrigerator. So what was the excitement about? My brown rice! My perfectly cooked brown rice! Yipeee! Okay, let me share a confession. Three weeks ago, I took my daughter for her vaccination and while we waited to be attended to, the clinic secretary received a call from a patient who wanted to know about his/her blood glucose result. Unfortunately for him or her, his/her blood…

  • Lifestyle,  Nigerian in Diaspora

    HOW MY NIGERIAN JOLLOF RICE GOT OUR EUROPEAN GUESTS TALKING

    So last week Friday, I conquered my fear of cooking large meals. Even though I’m a good cook, I mean whatever I cook usually turns out to be delicious, which is also evident by my husband’s frequent compliments of my meals, I have a phobia for cooking meals in large quantities. I used to wonder how caterers and restaurant owners do it. Maybe it’s because I come from a family of five who doesn’t eat much or because I eat in little quantity. Thus I project my appetite unto others. Anyways, back to my story, I had to prepare our very own Nigerian party jollof rice for about twenty people,…

  • overcome timidtiy
    Lifestyle,  Personal Development

    HOW I OVERCAME TIMIDITY

    My Struggle With Timidity ‘’No matter how brilliant, intelligent or talented you are, if you are too timid, you will miss out on many opportunities that can better your life. The floor belongs to the bold.’’   I wrote the above on my Facebook status last year, and it garnered hundreds of reactions and comments from people who were struggling with timidity. I posted the same a week ago, and over five hundred people acknowledged it. Apparently, a lot of people are timid, and they hate it. As requested, I decided to share my timidity story and how I’ve been able to manage it.   Timidity is simply shyness, and…