Let me tell you a story of a girl who had a dream/plan/vision and how life threw a curveball that she could not have seen coming. Life can be surprising and sometimes the most unexpected things can come our way. The biggest life lesson motherhood has taught me so far. When we decided we wanted … Continue reading A story to tell…
Now for years there seems to be this ongoing debate involving that exact question. And many generalising statements flying around like "Zim men are trash" or "Nigerian men are better than Zim" etc. And after nearly a year in hiding from blogging I've always quietly observed this argument as quite frankly most of the time … Continue reading Is the Nigerian man better than the Zimbabwean man?
So, I was listening to a podcast and they were talking about how the level you apply yourself will make all the difference to what you want you to achieve. They used an example of learning to drive and I hadn’t heard anything truer. When I was learning to drive there was nothing that was … Continue reading What if you were willing to apply yourself?
We all know them, have either heard of them, been in them or living through them everyday. By definition, "a toxic relationship is a relationship characterised by behaviours on the part of the toxic partner that are emotionally and, not infrequently, physically damaging to their partner. A toxic relationship is characterised by insecurity, self-centredness, dominance, … Continue reading Toxic relationships – 5 tips on how to handle them
So a while back, before I got married. I was packing in preparation for my move and decided 'out with old' & let's make room for the new. And you'd be amazed by the things we keep over the years. Old birthday cards, childhood dolls, primary school creations - all sorts! But I found something … Continue reading What you want, isn’t always what’s best for you.
A “tradiversary” is the anniversary of your traditional marriage – if you have one. You might have seen this hashtag trending on the gram for some time & finally I have been able to put it to use. A year ago, I got traditionally married and its crazy to think how completely different the world … Continue reading ZimNaija Traditional wedding… What is a “tradiversary?”
I turned 28 over the weekend and I remember when I turned 18, the age of 28 seemed like it was sooo far away! And I always thought once a person gets that close to the age of 30 they have life all figured out and know what they’re doing. But now that I’m here, … Continue reading Chapter 28.
So, when this lockdown started 250days ago – I was pumped! “Yay, this is the time I’ll take to produce more content, I can do an episode a week and a blog every other day. This is going to be great!”…. Then maybe 10 days in, I just couldn’t make it. I recorded ‘Episode 12 … Continue reading Why I’m not podcasting right now.
Whilst we are all bound to our homes, like you I’ve been getting around to all those tasks we often never have time to do. For example, sorting out my photo library on my phone. I takes pictures of EVERYTHING and I rarely delete stuff. But with over 4000 pictures saved on my phone I … Continue reading How to find your wedding dress : tips & advice.
So, it’s week 5 of being at home and it’s weird because I feel like there is somewhat of a rhythm now but my general mood seems to be fluctuating. I found week 3 particularly difficult. Feeling a general sense of tiredness which is odd considering without the commute I am sleeping more. Anyone else … Continue reading #CoronaGate – What have I learnt about myself