Well, it doesn't okay. I'm the kind of girl that just smiles, and can't control it but that doesn't mean it's acceptable, I always find myself smiling all the time(not really) So in a business area or at the work place, should you smile? No you shouldn't smile like a fool, in the sense, keep … Continue reading Smiling always: does it help?
Hi guys!!!! I guess you are a newbie, I mean you just created a blog for the first time, so today's post is goanna be useful to you. And if you're widely experienced here, you're opinion will be greatly needed at the comments section, thank you💕 Trust me experience is the best teacher, I have … Continue reading Bloggers: Secrets of successful newbies
So last week I stopped by a mall, and I saw a plain yoghurt, I thought for a sec, "it's goanna make my hair healthy " okay, so I paid for it. I came back, mixed it with Shea butter, wet my hair and massaged the combo in my hair/scalp, left it for 20 minutes, … Continue reading Virgin hair essentials: yoghurt/Shea butter.
I'm curious about this energy drink and that made me go into serious research, the attraction is the 3 crooked lines on the container, Oh yes! Think about it, and look well, it's three in number! So I found out that in Hebrew language, the three crooked lines on this energy drink container means "6" … Continue reading Monster energy drink controversy.
Hi guys, today am goanna show you round the popular commercial city Onitsha in Anambra state, Nigeria. I went to some places and took pictures. Onitsha is a city with a high population of people, like I said, it is a commercial city and the largest market in West Africa(Main Market) is located there. And … Continue reading Onitsha city tour!
As the year is folding up, am kinda counting my blessings and my lessons, 2018 is fast going, a whole lot jammed me this year and all of them left me with a huge lesson which am goanna share today. Silence is golden Now, shutting up has done me more good than bad trust me, … Continue reading Lessons from 2018
Harmattan is the news,because now, we're all feeling the weather here in Nigeria, it lasts mostly for 3 months(December, January, February) I actually had some tourists in mind today, anyways tourist or not I'll tell you what Nigerian harmattan feels like. Harmattan feels like a combination of hot and cold(a dusty wind/a cold breeze), it … Continue reading Nigerian harmattan explained