Finally, a man who understood her appetite

Immediately after the wedding, they left for Seychelles. It was a spectacular beauty to behold. They arrived late in the afternoon, with the sun sparkling over the ocean.

Humphrey took Pauline in his arms. ‘Are you hungry?’

She looked into his eyes and smiled, ‘No’.

‘Neither am I. Why don’t we get undressed?’ … More Finally, a man who understood her appetite

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Childhood experiences & Impact on Marriage Relationships

Marriages may be made in heaven. However, so are thunder and lightning. Hiccups should not come as a surprise to any couple. Some issues are so minor and can be resolved within a little time. It’s the more prolonged issues that are a concern.

One does not have to be a psychologist to know that most of individual’s behavioral issues are somehow related to his/her past. As such couples are encouraged to first identify the issues that are the source of their unhappiness. They should then objectively analyze their respective background and see if any of these issues have arisen because of childhood problems. They might find that most of their issues are somehow related to their background. With mutual trust, help and support many of these issues can be resolved by the couples themselves. … More Childhood experiences & Impact on Marriage Relationships

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Are you in love with the right person?

Did you feel pressured to settle down with a partner, or is this someone you actually want to be with? Take an assessment of situation that surrounded you at the time you felt compelled you were in love in the first place. Did you have a loss? Are you getting older and lonelier? Are you the only sibling or cousin not married or at least ‘with’ someone? Divorce, death of a parent, aging, and other losses can propel people to mate with the next available person, whether wrong or right for you. … More Are you in love with the right person?

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Lagos hotels with festive offers this Christmas

What’s more divine than spending a well-deserved get-away time at a 4 star or 5 star hotel? Incredible offers – festive offer!

Have you worked all year round with little or no time to relax and enjoy your hard earned money? Well, maybe it’s time to help you put that money to good use. It’s not to throw or party or buy lavish gifts but it’s important to treat yourself. My father always say “omo to ba sise dede, a’lasiko igbadun”, meaning “the one who’s worked consistently must have quality time to unwind” or something like that. LOL. … More Lagos hotels with festive offers this Christmas

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Don’t plan a wedding, Plan a marriage

It’s a new week but I want to imagine love is still in the way. With Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian’s wedding last week Thursday to Banky W and Adesuwa Etomi’s wedding on Sunday, I enjoyed every bit of it from Instagram like many others. Smiles. I guess it just goes to show, for those still expecting that wedding miracle that it isn’t over for the year. After all, it is the season of wedding bells. I hope yours’ will be one of those we’ll hear before 2017 is done.

But speaking of weddings, we tend to get carried away with that one day event most times as opposed to putting preparations and plans unto the forever after. Don’t get me wrong – I love weddings. I’ve loved weddings since I was my Dad’s date to a wedding ceremony sometime in 1996. I thought the bride looked like an angel and the happiest woman I ever saw and secretly I prayed the couple will remain happy forever. … More Don’t plan a wedding, Plan a marriage

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“Busy” Is Not a Badge of Honor, It’s what’s killing your dreams

Working a 10-hour day is not the same as being “busy.” If you’re truly putting in 10-hour days, it should be because the work you’re currently doing requires you to be there for exactly ten hours.

“Busy” does not guarantee that you are making strides and growing your business.

“Busy” means you are probably doing a lot of work you shouldn’t be doing in the first place.

“Busy” means you secretly want recognition for your efforts, or for someone to commend you for your “hustle.”

“Busy” means there is a good chance you’ve let things get out of control.

The reality is this: succeeding entrepreneurs are rarely “busy.” Sure, there are seasons of their business where “busy” describes their current circumstances. But there’s a 0% chance they are sitting next to you telling you about it during those periods of time. Chances are they are some place off the grid getting things done. … More “Busy” Is Not a Badge of Honor, It’s what’s killing your dreams

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