Browsing Category : LIFESTYLE

BEYOND 2018


This post is long overdue, and I’m so glad that I finally get to share it 🙂. My friend Bolanle and I paid a visit to the National Museum, Onikan on the 30th of August, 2018, for the sake of adventure, art and culture. After the tour, we stumbled upon an art exhibition – a wonderful discovery. Though it was basically…

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MENTAL HEALTH IN MINT CONDITION


Mint is such a pretty, cool and soothing colour and I’ve mentioned my love for playsuits repeatedly. Both are combined in this adorable lightweight floral playsuit that’s fun, playful and bright. Paired with flat sandals and this cute cross-body pink bag, this look is perfect for day time casual outings and hanging out by the pool or beach. Mint condition…

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LITTLE RED FINDING GOOD


This post is an acknowledgment that life gets challenging sometimes, and you may feel lost in all the chaos and confusion it brings. You may lose yourself; at least in some part, and be left with a version of yourself that you don’t even recognize. (Cue in the song ‘She Used To Be Mine’ by Sara Bareilles). Here’s a reminder…

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EST. AUGUST 17, 1991


My life has come full circle once again and I’m completely grateful to God.  In many ways, I feel like I’ve matured dramatically this past year, more than ever before. It’s not just about getting older; it’s about the new insights into my life and the kind of life I want to live that I’ve recently discovered. It definitely is…

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MY TRIP TO LEKKI ARTS AND CRAFTS MARKET


Going to Lekki Arts and Crafts Market is something I had wanted to do for quite some time, but kept having issues with. After a few failed attempts, the most frustrating one being when my sisters, friend (Bolanle) and I were already in Lekki, but we lost our way,  despite being in a cab and what Google maps was telling…

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BLOGGING: 6 MONTHS AND BEYOND


I can’t believe that it’s already been six months since I started my blog. It really doesn’t feel that long, to be honest and I still remember when it was just an idea. I’m glad I finally ignored all the excuses I kept making about why I shouldn’t, and eventually gave in and started. It’s been an interesting ride so…

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ANKARA: AN AFRICAN HERITAGE?


Ankara is a bold print that has been identified with Africans for such a long time, that it has become increasingly difficult to separate it from the African culture. Unknown to most, the history of ankara can be traced back to the Dutch, who created the ankara print as a cheap imitation of Indonesian batik fabric sometime in the 19th…

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