24 Apr 2017

Inspiration Series III

Romans 12:18Amplified Bible (Amplified Version)

"If possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone."

17 Apr 2017

7 Things Your Baby Should Never Play With

Mothers do a lot of worrying for the safety of their babies. And those little ones, whew. Once they start holding objects and crawling about, it's a whole day's job trying to keep up with them daily. So I've made it a bit easier for you, just in case you were not thinking of these. Here are my top 7 things you should NEVER let your baby play with -

11 Apr 2017

Things To Consider Before Leaving Your Job

I'm going to be discussing this topic from the "abundance" of wisdom I gathered when I quit my 9-5 job and this post is especially for my Nigerian blog readers.
You want to quit your job. Go ahead. Or, maybe not. Before you quit, ask yourself and answer these questions honestly-

5 Apr 2017

8 Don'ts For New Mums

1. Don’t binge-eat. It's unheathy; find other ways to channel your feelings.

2. Don’t oversleep. While I understand the need for sleep, you have to find a balance between sleeping for rest and sleeping because you think you should. You have to be strong for yourself and your baby and be present and actively involved in your baby's life.

4 Apr 2017

Feature on One Nigerian Mum

Hello people, 

The article I wrote for Bella Naija has been shared by Onenigerianmum.wordpress.com. Check it out, it's a mummy blog. 
Click on THIS to read the article! 

Love and love! 

15 Life Lessons

Hello people,

I've been reflecting on quite a few things lately and so, decided to do this post to share some thoughts. I'll just share short points, maybe you can give them some deep thought, see how you relate with them, or not.
Here are the top 15 life lessons I've learnt so far -

2 Apr 2017

My Bella Naija Feature

Hey people,

A few weeks ago, I got featured on Bella Naija. I wrote an article titled "Being a New Mom: Things Nobody Warned Me About"

I'd like you to check it out. Here's the link:

How to work at home with a baby

Ok, so this is my opinion from my personal experience. Babies are individuals and just like adults, there's no one size fits all approach to do this. Here's how I do it-

1. Keep track of time. By now, you should know how long your baby sleeps under normal circumstances. Squeeze in some work when baby's asleep.