Posted February 4, 2017 07:00am
Sometimes, life gets in the way and throws you some lemons. Now is the time to make lemonade, drink it and remain whole.
How did you find out your spouse can’t get over an ex? Did he or she tell you, did you notice phone calls, stumble upon their hang out plans or make a shocking discovery? Fear not, here are some suggestions to get past the painful pangs of the 'past.'
Posted February 1, 2017 07:00am
Single parents exist in every society due to divorce, making a conscious decision to be a single parent, due to the death of the other partner or a multitude of other reasons. Whatever the reason, single parenting is not easy in any way, and anyone who has been or is in this position know how much hard work goes into taking care of a child or even children alone.
So, are you a single mum or dad struggling to keep up with the responsibilities that come with this 'special job'? Read my tips below to help things move along smoothly.
Posted January 17, 2017 07:42am
Even couples with the healthiest relationships disagree, it is normal. The best thing to do is to handle issues as soon as they arise, with peace and not “victory” as the goal. There are romantic ways to resolve conflicts in the sweetest way possible, but they will not get you out of doing the real stuff: listen (no interruptions!), admit wrong or at least be willing see things from another angle; and APOLOGISE. Alright, let’s assume you have all that in the bag. Drive home the point and inject a massive dose of romance into your relationship with one of these smooth moves.
Posted January 16, 2017 06:00am
The love season is upon us and you aren’t prepared to give your Val the best of the best.
Posted January 12, 2017 06:00am
Online dating may not be your thing because you prefer to meet people physically and decipher whether you would like to become more acquainted within five minutes. Events like Singles Mixers are perfect for people who have been carried away by their careers or who may not have had any dating luck in the past. Are you thinking of attending a singles mixer? Here are eight useful tips to help you out:
Dress to Impress
Posted January 9, 2017 06:30am
The night before your wedding, your mind is bound to be buzzing with thoughts, worries, excitement, preventing you from nodding off. But, a lack of sleep can mean dark circles, puffy eyes and skin dullness, not ideal for your wedding day.
Here are a few tips for getting the best night's sleep before your wedding day:
Work Out Your Optimum Sleep Time
Posted January 6, 2017 07:07am
Online dating- a lot of people do it and don’t want to admit that they do because they may be judged as creepy, not confident enough to approach someone or just looking for a casual hook-up.
However, lots of people have met on dating sites and have even walked down the aisle. As with dating in person, there are rules to online dating. Here are ten rules that should be considered when embarking on this journey:
Posted January 2, 2017 06:00am
People, the economic recession is upon us here in Nigeria and there’s no running away from it. If before it was good practice to be prudent with money, it is now a matter of survival; and as a wife you’ll find it’s down to you to figure out how to save money at home. Luckily, we’ve come up with five ways you can really stretch your naira and get your family through the recession.
1. Be conscious with your spending
Posted December 31, 2016 06:00am
We are on the verge of 2017 and in the middle of a growing social media craze, where no dip is foreseeable in the near future. Instagram is one social network where people get to share their lives, interests, talents and even advertise their business.
It’s no surprise that a bride or groom would want to share precious moments from their wedding with friends and family on social media but somehow, the wedding industry has monopolised and monetised the use of social media creating a buzz that would seemingly give your wedding “society status”.
Posted December 29, 2016 06:57am
For many of us we often have it at the back of our minds that the traditional wedding vow should mostly be "for better, for worse", "for richer, for poorer", "in sickness and in health" and of course "till death us do part", but there is one that people tended to forget.
What is it? "To love and to cherish".
"Cherish" – it is a funny, rather old-fashioned word isn't it? You're unlikely to hear it mentioned much outside a wedding service. But it is a key ingredient in a healthy marriage and one we would do well not to forget.