Showing posts from February, 2018

9 Sleeping Hacks You Should Know

Hey guys, I know it's been a while I posted and I'm sorry about that, so let's get talking.
Most people deal with having difficulty in sleeping and I'm gonna share some tips to help deal with that. You can also share with family and friends. Here they are :

1. Try staying awake : Our minds have a way of playing with us by doing the opposite of what we want. If you try to stay awake to do something, your sleep that night is usually sweet. So also use this method when you want to sleep.

2. Try listening to music on a low volume and keep your room dark. I mean the soft kind of music. When your room is cool, dark and some soft music playing at the background, you're going to have a sound sleep. For me, I enjoy Yanni and Enya.

3. Try to make your room cool. I know in Nigeria because of the lack of power, this will be difficult for some Nigerians. But you can still try something by cleaning your room, arranging clothes that lie around the room, if you have net on your …

Only in Nigeria Moments II

So I said I was gonna continue the only in Nigeria moments and this is it. You can find the first post here.

1. Eating on the roadside by our politicians. This thing can be funny and annoying. It is one sure way to win the hearts of their followers. And the media team is always available to capture the moment which later becomes newsworthy. The elections are forthcoming and you'll soon see this all over the media.

2. One thing that is peculiar to Nigeria is the use of generators due to our poor electricity. So almost every household owns a set. At night, your generator will go off and you'll go out to check the problem but find nothing wrong and as you're entering your house, someone will just follow you inside and that's it, robbery. So if you're in Nigeria and your generator goes off at night, just forget about it and stay indoors cos you might not like the outcome. There have also been cases of assassination through this method.

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Movie Review : June (the movie)

First of all, this movie is a Nollywood movie produced by Chinney Love Eze and directed by Desmond Elliot not the Hollywood 2015 June movie.

The movie centers around June a wedding planner who is in search of love.

Before going to see this movie, I had thought it was one of those over hyped Nollywood movies and I didn't plan on going to see it but a friend of mine insisted we go see it and I agreed since I had extra cash to 'waste'.

The movie is a romantic comedy and trust me it will crack you up especially if you have a mum like June's mum. The cast portrayed their roles very well.

Now this movie is a reflection of our society. A single female approaching the age of thirty or past thirty is believed to be married and if not so, becomes a thing of worry especially by our mothers. And also having those boyfriends that are not ready to commit but will be leading you on. Even as a female, you start having silly thoughts like you having a spiritual problem or probably jin…