Category: After the I Dos

Disciplinary Measures For Kids

When we talk about disciplining kids, it is often associated mainly with spanking. Though there is no doubt that the holy bible says spare the rod and spoil the child but how well do we translate this when dealing with kids. Consistent using of the rod is not a prelude to discipline, instead it brings about fear and makes kids carry out bad behaviors while sneaking around and avoiding being caught. Hence the following tips for disciplining kids:

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5 Things Your Hair Stylist Will Prefer You Didn’t Know

You might feel like you have hairstylists all figured out, but really you haven’t. The salon and hairstyling life is ‘full of mysteries and fun hacks’, and no matter how close you are to your stylist, there are still a couple of ‘secrets’ they might not let you in on. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, reveals 5 things or ‘secrets’ your hairstylist would prefer you didn’t know.

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Happy, Guilty or Shameful about Your Money?

Brenè Brown has had a massive influence on women everywhere. She first inspired me when she spoke about parenting at my son’s school many years ago. Brenè’s success has catapulted since her Ted Talk went viral. Brene’s book was required reading by my Episcopal priest, and she was brought up in my Course in Miracles class recently. She’s everywhere, and with good reason!

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Keeping the Cost Down

Whether it’s picking up the basics like bread and milk, having a cup of coffee in town or finding lunchbox fillers for the kids, shopping for food is something most of us do nearly every day and the cost can easily add up! We all want to find good quality, healthy food at affordable prices, so check out our tips to see how you can get more for your money…

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7 Solid Truths About Eating Cow Skin (ponmo)

Ponmo is cow skin which has been processed for consumers to cook and eat like beef. Over the years cow skin popularly called ponmo has become an important delicacy that is eaten by everyone. When you order a plate of eba and egusi soup, you buy ponmo and meat. So, you begin to wonder how and when ponmo found its way to the plate of Nigerians.

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The Very Patient Dog

Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday, happy birthday, happy birthday to you that was the song that woke me up on Saturday morning, oh! It was my birthday and that is my husband singing for me. Olumide is so romantic, I couldn’t have asked for more because he is more than I wanted. I opened my eyes with a smile on my face and guess what my husband made me breakfast on bed. Uhnuhn, I couldn’t hold back the tears.

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