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Female Development and Style
Lessons from past relations

7 Lessons From My Past Relationships – Rose

Hey Guys! I hope you have been keeping Safe with the pandemic. Please don’t forget to sanitize your hands and stay at home. In today’s post. I asked some people for lessons from their past relationships and I plan to make it a thing on the blog. I hope you would enjoy these lessons and learn from them. Today, we…

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Eyowo - send money through phone number

I used this Nigerian App to Send Money Using My phone Number

It had a lot of banks I had never heard about especially Micro finance banks so for those sending money to family in the rural areas, this app is amazing.

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IDP camp -My Experience & What I Want to do For The Women

There are over 13 Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps set up in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) for people fleeing from the insurgency in the North East zone of Nigeria.

I once read an article that children in Internally Displaced person camp were feeding on onion leaves to survive. I also heard that women sometimes use dirty clothes for their period. It broke my heart to pieces and I have decided to do something about it. 

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Gurara falls in Niger State; All You Need To Know About Visiting

Gurara falls is a gem located in Niger state, Nigeria. I was glad I got the opportunity to go visit such an amazing place. Prior to my last post on getting rejected for a job and advising you to take some steps backward and really think about the direction you want to take in life. I took my own advice and started fashion school, I’ve wanted to be in fashion school since I was 13, 14. We will talk about my love and passion for fashion another day.

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Effects of lack of sanitary towels on Nigerian girls

Nigerian girls without sanitary towels

I came across a tweet on Twitter. it was centered on sanitary towels being free. The twitter user made the statement that

“Saying pads should be free because it’s not a choice to menstruate is like saying food should be free because it’s not a choice to feed”

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Packing light was not something that came naturally to me, I hate having regrets after traveling so I used to overpack – not wear more than half of what I packed. Overpacking has cost me money, energy and stressed the life out of me. With time, I have learned to pack light and since being appreciating the art of packing light and the peace of mind that comes with it so I’ll be sharing tips on not just how to pack light but how to pack light without any regrets and save flight money!

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