Laaadddiiiessss!!! Now there’s no need to ask if the spirit of season is sipping in yet because it clearly is. Have you guys seen all the events scheduled for year ??? This concert today , that concert tomorrow. If you find yourself bored, it’s all on you. Anyhow, in the event that you cannot make it to any of these events , there are still … Continue reading FUN PLACES TO HANGOUT THIS SEASON – FADE
You know what ladies? I’m just going to let our next guest writer introduce herself. ____________________________________ Hey people💃💃💃💃 I’ll introduce myself quickly but raucously…lol…It’s my ‘street cred’…if you don’t mind, just stay with me. I’m the amazing, absolutely beautiful 😎 Catherine Nnanna Ebiri-Okoro aka CoachCathy, Nwunye Nnanna and mom of 4 adorable kids. I lost about 27kg in 4months and I’m also a certified weight … Continue reading FIT FAM WITH COACH CATHY
Hey everyone So today’s post is a little bit different. Our guest writer today, has had a rough couple of Christmases and to be honest I’m just glad that depression didn’t pull her under. She’s an amazing writer, funny, witty, bubbly and one of our favorite commenters on blogville. We all know her here as msgiddy but today I bring you Disemi unplugged as she … Continue reading Christmas Letter – Edisemi Agidee
Hey people So I’m so excited to introduce one of our guest bloggers for this year. She is the CEO and creative director of Zoya jewels and Uzo jewels. What you didn’t know is she’s also what we call Minister of Enjoyment. If you are looking for the best places to eat ever, Zoya is your girl. Zoya knows food; it’s her love language. Jeweler … Continue reading GREAT PLACES TO EAT THIS SEASON – BY ZOYA
Hey people As we inch closer and closer to Christmas, I find myself thinking about what Christmas really means. It’s got to be about much more than drinks and presents and lots to eat and drink. Thankfully Diche Enunwa who is the second half of the amazing duo of writers ink Remember them? Tope and Diche? Award winning writers of movies and series like WHEN … Continue reading LESSONS I LEARNT FROM THE CHRISTMAS STORY – Diche Enunwa
Ayeeeeee……Ladies ooo groove season is here. Owambe and Igba nkwu everywhere. The IJGBs are back therefore slayage is of the essence. Amen? As per usual on these streets, we bring in the best hands and brains to help/guide us to having a fantastic holiday and today we have imported an absolute fave. She is a hard-working Nigerian ‘yoot’, a Make Up Artist with the most … Continue reading GLAM UP WITH DAMI
Hey people I’m back again. Almost feels like I’m the guest blogger not the other way round. How many days has it been now? Hey! Who’s counting? After all, we’ve been having a great time here. I don’t know about the rest of you though but I’m having a ball And today I’m up again with something though it may sound strange but if you … Continue reading A City Girl’s Guide To Surviving Christmas In The Village.
What’s upppppp people ?! How is it going on your end? Who has been to the markets lately ? OMG!!! The crowd! I’m just glad I came back with my toes complete yesterday. Well, I’ve resolved to shopping for whatever else I need online let them not kill me for my mother .Speaking of shopping 😁…we started shopping for our christmas clothes yesterday and we … Continue reading BIG, BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL -UZO IJEH
I don’t care how old I am, I still buy Christmas clothes. I’m not too adult to have a little childlike christmas rush. Nobody should stress me please🙄. That said, hi laaadddiiiessss So, It dawned on me a few days ago that clothes shopping is actually therapeutic. No jokes. I was having a not so fabulous day and I went into a few stores at … Continue reading THE IMMORTAL WOMAN -CHINEDU AKPUNONU
Hey people Who loves fiction? I’m a huge fan. One of things I plan to do every Christmas besides binging on Christmas movies is reading lots of fiction – novels, short stories, just name it. I just want my mind to rest and I want to live in a bit of fantasy even if it’s for a few days. So I love to read books … Continue reading Christmas Rose by Temitope Akinbode.