Posted June 25, 2016 02:53pm
Hmmn! How long is too long to wait to get engaged?
We can't do justice to this question if we don’t paint certain scenarios or may be agree on when the waiting period should officially start.
Some people start to date very early in secondary school, some immediately they get to the university, some when they are almost done with their university education, some during their national service, some while they are working and some while they own their businesses.
I mean, that’s from age 14 above.
Posted June 21, 2016 10:00am
My brother and I used to play a deadly game while growing up. I am sure some of you will remember that game. I still can’t understand why we indulged in it at all because it was quite dangerous but as with most of the things young people did, I guess I may never fully understand. Perhaps it was the risk involved that gave us the kicks. Who knows? Maybe we thought we could always get away with it without getting hurt or caught.
Posted June 17, 2016 05:37pm
While growing up, it’s natural for siblings and cousins to have disagreements, fights and even exchange a few blows, these experiences always make for great stories when you are all older. Conventionally marriage is between two people, however here in Nigeria, it’s seen more as a joining of two families to become one.
If fighting with your nuclear family and friends is natural, bringing two families together that may differ in background, culture, habits and tolerances will have a few hiccups.
Posted June 4, 2016 08:00am
So you’re not quite sure if he is going to pop that question, well here are the telltale signs he is about to ask you what you have waited to hear since you knew he was the one; "Will You Marry Me??"
Posted June 3, 2016 11:00am
A proposal ideally happens only once in your life, so you want to make sure the love of your life never forgets. No pressure, we’ve got your back.
Posted May 30, 2016 11:00am
Every marriage is different, but almost everyone dealing with a mother-in-law issue agree that they face the same dilemma.
In extreme cases, wives questions typically include; "how on earth can I get out of this?", "Is this ever going to stop?", "Do I need to leave my marriage?", "What exactly is the problem?" and more
It is a very tough place to be and even more challenging for your man who is not only clueless as to why there is a problem between you and his mum but, also always left to manage both two people he loves.
Posted May 29, 2016 06:00am
Firsts are always important and hardly ever forgotten, your first car, job, pet or house and your wedding night is no different, it’s the first of many nights to be spent as MAN and WIFE!
Get ready, here are our top tips to make it a night to remember!
Posted May 27, 2016 06:00am
- Take some time for yourself
No planning, no freak-outs, no fire-breathing. Just breathe. Take a trip alone if possible; you may not get this chance again.
- Reconnect with your girlfriends
Spend some real time with them. No, bridesmaids’ dresses fittings do not count. You are taking a huge life step so they might be feeling insignificant. Go out like old times so they know they’ll always be your squad.
- Spend some time with your parents
Posted May 26, 2016 10:00am
It would seem everybody and their dog has an opinion about your wedding.
Posted May 22, 2016 06:00am
You've met dozens of men, and you're hoping this guy will be the one, you're hoping this will be the prince charming that will sweep you off your feet. Not to worry these eight tips will let you know undoubtedly that he is the one for you.