In today’s Abortion story, we have a 30-year old that regrets her abortion and wishes she had told her family about it. 1. Why did you decide that you were going to get an abortion? I was too afraid, afraid of what my family would say, I was still in school and I found out few weeks before a major…
It’s 8;15 pm 29th of December, 2019 and I am writing this post. 15 minutes earlier I felt like a failure and sad that I did not do much in 2019.
I went on my Instagram page, not sure what I was looking for, tapped a picture and the caption I used was
I am sure you have heard the phrase that January is 3 months, I think this is a thing because everyone spends a lot during Christmas and forget about the new year
It’s such a complicated thing really. I sometimes imagine keeping the first child, he/she would have been also 5 years old.
There has been an uproar online by women, especially African women on Always pad, a lot of women are ditching the pad because of several reasons and to find out more and figure out better alternatives.
I interviewed 15 amazing ladies on why they are ditching or have ditched Always pad and the alternatives they are using. This first post has replies from 8 women and part 2 has responses from 7 women.
I personally have not had any issue with the pad but if a lot of ladies are complaining, it’s important that I let you know that it’s not in your head and you are not alone.
So if you want to ditch always and find better alternatives, read on
NYSC camp was one of the weird things that excited me just like going to boarding school.
I had heard a lot about the camp from waking up by 4 am to standing under the sun for hours with mean army officials and something about the experience and stories made me eager to experience camp.
I was having a conversation with my friend on taking husbands name, and I decided to ask on my Instagram page, so here are replies from 3 ladies on taking their husband’s name after marriage. Ebukun Gbemisola Ogunyemi Not taking and not adding. I’m very sentimental about my name, and I don’t believe taking on your husband’s name is an…
This How to finish what you started article is coming from an ex chronic procrastinator. It is I, ladies and gentlemen. I am one of those people that used to procrastinate everything. Life allowed me to live with that until adulthood came in and humbled me. Having a 9-5, a blog and freelancing is not for the faint-hearted. I had…
They are like our faces, there is no normal looking vulva and I wish I knew this when I was younger because I remember telling