April 8, 2016

Berry Lovely Links

Hiya!!!

I'm in such a happy mood. I watched the American Idol Finale with my sister yesterday and it just took me back! The show started in 2002 and churned out such great talent. Honestly, it was an iconic show and I'm glad I watched the first few seasons. I'm still mad Adam Lambert didn't perform last night though.

Anyways, who wants to read some interesting links?



  1. Did any of you catch this Playboy article on Lagos, the Party City?
  2. Jummy aka Good Naija Girl shared her Experience with Republishing Blog Content, and it's a very informational piece.
  3. Who wants to take on this 30 Day Challenge: Nightly Phone Ban? I should totally do it. I actually did it throughout January. You won't believe how much better you sleep.
  4. D'Journae and 5 other women write about the Quarter Life Crisis and how they are affected by it.
  5. Being a Nigerian Woman shares perspectives from 15 different women, including yours truly!
  6. Oya, if you're a blogger, just say thank you in the comments below before clicking this link - 100 Resources for Bloggers. You're welcome.

16 comments:

  1. Thank you! :)

    www.howmojistyledit.com

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thanks for sharing babe

    Happy Friday!! Kisses,
    BLOG | TAISLANY

    ReplyDelete
  3. Thank you lolz funny you.


    trendwithgloria.com

    ReplyDelete
  4. Wow! The world is so connected! wherever i go, you seems to be following me or vice versa *winks* talking about GoodNaijaGirl's Post
    i read the post and its awesome!
    TuhamWorld.Com

    ReplyDelete
  5. Thank you!

    Now going back to actually open the link

    ReplyDelete
  6. Ok, I'm back... that's a LOT of links to read. Wow. Bookmarked. I'll look through for the ones that apply to me.

    And I quite liked your Being a Nigerian woman piece. I had to live on my own during NYSC. My dad wasn't a fine at all. But guess who won? Lol!

    www.KacheeTee.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. LOL, I know! I bookmarked it too, and will be going back for reference.

      Thank you re: Being a Nigerian Woman. You're sooooooooooo lucky to have swung that o. I wish I won in my case :p

      Delete
  7. I enjoyed reading your contribution to the 'Being a Nigerian Woman' article- Indeed, "We are brought up to believe that life begins after marriage." Very true, and sadly so.

    Honestly, this phone-mania has to end, my phone is easily the last thing I see before sleeping and the first thing I reach for when I wake up, even when I turn in the middle of the night, it crosses my mind to check my phone. It's very distracting. Lol

    Thank you for sharing the juicy links.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks Nedoux. I hoped my piece would resonate with someone.

      I have to keep my phone on the other side of the room if I want to sleep through the night. That's how bad it is. SMH.

      Delete
  8. awww thank you for sharing our post hun! I can't wait to check out all these links.

    Love,

    RASHEEDA |THE D'JOURNAE BLOG MAGAZINE

    XOXO

    ReplyDelete

Reading your comments ALWAYS makes me smile. I hope you smile when I reply :)