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Showing posts from October, 2014


Hello lovely readers, I hope you all are getting ready for the weekend, as the weekend draws closer, and the grand festive period is around the corner, shopping and spending is on everyone’s mind. So I got an e-mail from someone who wants to shop early for Xmas before the rush, she sent me her list and budget, off course the budget was inversely proportional to her list. I scheduled a meeting with her and here are the shopping tips we put together which made her get her shopping right. To look fashionable on a budget, here are tips to follow Fashion is about dressing according to what is fashionable, Style is more about being you - in memory of OSCAR DE LA RENTA

MAKE A BUDGET- making a budget involves you making a list, to make a list, you need to know what you already have, what you should discard, what you need, what you can’t afford and most importantly what you don’t need. Raid and clean up your wardrobe for you to find out (you don’t need to raid every time you want to shop, just o…


Hi everyone, this is a late post, but I must do it. I saw the movie October 1st last week and I thought to review it. Kunle Afolayan’s movies leaves you with answers and yet more questions, so I decided to do an in depth research which gave me a better understanding of our independence here in Nigeria, thanks to the movie October 1st. I bet most people don't even know the real story, only the surviving heroes and our founding fathers most of which have gone to their great beyond can tell the story, thanks to History, hence the movie OCTOBER 1st. I advocate through this medium that History be taught in schools.
OCTOBER 1st, this thriller film is set in the 1960s in a village known as Akote which depicts the western part of Nigeria, it tells the story of a Police Inspector Danladi Waziri, played by veteran broadcaster (Sadiq Daba) who hails from the Northern part of Nigeria, he is sent by the Colonial Government to investigate the gruesome murder going on in Akote village, before Ind…