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Female Development and Style

Abortion Story – Anonymous submission. Ep 5

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…

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2019 Recap; Taking stock & Moving Forward

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

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10 Ways to Spend Smartly During The Festive Period

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

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My Abortion Story – Ep.3

It’s such a complicated thing really. I sometimes imagine keeping the first child, he/she would have been also 5 years old.

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8 Nigerian Women are Ditching Always Pad. Why & Better Alternatives

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

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Why I cried and embarrassed myself at NYSC camp

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.

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3 Women Talk on Taking their Husbands Name, Will they take it or not?

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…

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7 Trusted ways on How To Finish What You Started

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…

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Being a Nigerian Lady that Might Not Want Children

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Over time, I have been saying I am not sure I want children.

You know how people have certain expectations of you when you are a Nigerian lady, submissiveness and all that marry on time and give birth thing.

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3 Things Every Woman MUST know about Her Vulva

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

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