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5 Places to Honeymoon on a Budget in Nigeria

5 Places to Honeymoon on a Budget in Nigeria

See now that Nigeria is in a recession, haters will tell you everything is now expensive. Err well, they’re not wrong sha, but it’s not everything. If you’re getting married, we can help you. Not to help you have a cheap wedding – we don’t want the wrath of your Nigerian mother – but to help you have a budget friendly honeymoon. So right here in Nigeria, here are some exotic honeymoon locations that will still leave your pockets smiling. All the fun and romance; but only some of your money. Zenababs Half Moon Resort: Located in Ijesha, Osun State,...

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You Haven’t Lived If You Haven’t Had These 12 Nigerian Foods

You Haven’t Lived If You Haven’t Had These 12 Nigerian Foods

Jollof rice: King of all Nigerian foods, giver of serious life and the reason rice was even made. It goes with anything you have at home. Is it fish? Works. Is it boiled egg? Plantain? Jollof rice is such a good food it makes other meals want to be it. Let’s be clear. By Jollof rice, we mean Nigerian Jollof. Any other kind of Jollof is a wannabe. Pounded Yam: No we didn’t say poundo yam. We said pounded yam. The more your back aches after your pound it, the sweeter it will be. Or you know, buy a yam...

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6 Delicacies you don’t have to miss

6 Delicacies you don’t have to miss

Honestly, there is no love more sincere than the love of food. As foodies, we take no prisoners; we may have a form of fit fam on the outside and try to deny the urge of the foodie, but one cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well. That being said, I will hook you up with a few delicacies you don’t have to miss. 1. Parfait It has inspired your counterparts to come up with different names for it like Ogianola, Granogi, Yogranola, Pap Parfait, Granolagi, and Ogigranola. These names themselves signify the divinity...

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Who Says Dark-skin Doesn’t Need Sunscreen?

Who Says Dark-skin Doesn’t Need Sunscreen?

I’ve heard quite a number of people get defensive at the mention of a ‘Sunscreen’. I also know a few, who think sunscreens are a cosmetic triviality, made specifically for light-skinned people in beach settings. But whoever said dark skin does not need sunscreen? As a matter of fact, while people with dark skin are less sensitive to the harsh rays of the sun as compared to the light-skinned folks, melanin would not protect you from the harmful effects that come after an exposure. Here are 5 reasons why applying a sunscreen should be an unavoidable part of your daily...

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Living a Modest Life

Living a Modest Life

Tired of the weightiness of consumerism and forever keeping up with the Joneses? Consider trying minimalism. Minimalism offers a welcome reprieve from endlessly striving to possess the next thing, and the next thing, a cycle that’s tiring and impossible to attain. It’s about intentionally reaching for the things that make you happy. And it happens when you get to the breaking point of frustration with managing all that extra stuff. Clutter has been linked to sleep problems, higher stress levels, and decreased productivity, while the benefits of pursuing a minimalist lifestyle are apparent and far-reaching. So how do you pursue...

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