London has always had my heart.
It was the first city I ever traveled to outside of Nigeria.
I always looked forward to the day that I would get to share London with somebody I care about – and guess what? It finally happened.
Shopping, weddings, boating, singing – we did it all.
I hope you enjoy sharing in this little snippet of our lives. xo
Lately, I’ve been on a mission to keep my mind light, free, focused, and clear.
The reason for this is that I’m leaning the unbelievable power that my mind has on my life.
The other reason is that I noticed that some people are just trifling and if I allow them to bring their triflingness into my life, it would be my own fault.
So far, I’m really happy to report that I’ve found some very effective ways to achieve this goal of having a happier, calmer, head space.
These are really good numbers to look at when you look at your bank account and the news is not good. Lol
So let’s get into it.
10 measurable, quantifiable ways to measure success in life (other than money).
Today, I’m here to talk about Nigeria because this week is our celebration of independence from British rule.
This message is something that I would like to share with every Nigerian and anybody that cares to listen really.
I met a boy in Germany.
Tall, blonde, and very interesting.
This vlog chronicles our adventures in Dusseldorf over the summer. Hope you enjoy! xo