Category: Love & Relationship

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Fashion Today: Crochet braids for all African women from the 90’s till date

Tips & Tricks Crochet braids are hardly a new hairstyle because they are well-known thanks to the popular trend back in the 90’s. Also known as latch hook braids, this style made a great debut in 2015/2016 and it’s loved mostly by all African women. Crochet braids are not a simple hairstyle to do, but they are amazing because you can experiment with various options, colors, lengths and textures, while you will keep your hair undamaged and safe. Today crochet braids are very different from the traditional ones back in the late 90’s. Many women are styling their hair more naturally...

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Health Today: A healthy sex life may boost job satisfaction

According to a 2016 survey, around 50 percent of employees around the world feels unsatisfied with their jobs. However, a new study suggests a surprising way to boost satisfaction in the workplace: maintain a healthy sex life.                                                        A healthy sex life may increase satisfaction and engagement in the workplace. FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

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Ayoola Tosin CEO of Lypics Studios hooks sweetheart at Ikoyi Registry

One of the top photographers in Ibadan, who is sought after nationwide Ayoola Tosin the CEO of Lypics Studios hooks his beau Omotolani yesterday at IKoyi Registry Lagos. Ibadan, expect the wedding bells soon, as the couple prepares for the traditional and white wedding coming soonest. Congratulations to the beautiful couple. See more pics after the cut… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

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Women Lifestyle: The Do’s and Don’ts of Dressing Your (Growing) Bump

I remember vividly the day my favorite jeans stopped buttoning when I was about six or seven months pregnant. I even teared up (thanks hormones!). My response may have been overly dramatic, but a good fit, nice color, and pretty silhouette go a long way to making you feel like a million bucks. When you’re pregnant, dressing can be a major fashion challenge even for the trendiest mom-to-be because your body is always changing, and you don’t know which clothes in your closet are going to fit from day to day. Suddenly, you’re dressing this body that seems totally foreign to...

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Today’s Parenting: 40 Things No One Tells You About Parenting a Teenage Girl

There’s no manual, road map, or guide to fully prepare you for the years of parenting a teenage girl. Sure, you’ve read the books, you have seen other parents. You’ve listened to that one close friend who loves to tell you war stories about their own teen and give you loads of unsolicited advice. But all in all … there’s really nothing to prepare you. FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

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4 Reasons Why We Don’t Believe Abuse Victims

Sometimes, the scariest part of being abused happens long after the assault — the moment you let others hear your cry for help. Taking all of that vulnerability, all of that private shame, and putting it out there for the world to see isn’t easy for those who are suffering, and it takes incredible strength to overcome that fear. FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

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English Today: What is a Noun?

Of all the parts of speech, nouns are perhaps the most important. A noun is a word that identifies a person, animal, place, thing, or idea. Here, we’ll take a closer look at what makes a noun a noun, and we’ll provide some noun examples, along with some advice for using nouns in your sentences. Identifying a Noun A noun is a part of speech that denotes a person, animal, place, thing, or idea. The English word noun has its roots in the Latin word nomen, which means “name.” Every language has words that are nouns. As you read the...

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Forget New Year’s Resolutions — This Year, I’m Making a Bucket List

It’s the same thing every single year. I spend mid-November through the end of December giddy about the holidays, and by the time New Year’s Eve rolls around, I’m coming down from my five-week sugar binge, yet feel obligated to carry the uplifting spirit through to the next year by making a resolution. It goes something like this: I’m armed with pen and paper, maybe even some construction board. I sit down with a smile to plan out some real change that will make my life better. But where to start? I know! I ended the year by thinking about...