Category Womanhood

Controversial Blogger, Linda Ikeji Opens Up About All The Speculations Trailing Her Journey To Motherhood & Reveals Baby Daddy Identity In Lengthy Post

Controversial blogger and new mum, Linda Ikeji is many things to many people, but what the 38 year old mum of one is most famed for, is that she is one of the  most successful bloggers Nigeria has ever produced,

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Fitness Enthusiast And Mum Of Three, Amara Kanu Advises Women Contemplating Plastic Surgery

Mum of three and fitness enthusiast, Amara Kanu, took to Instagram to share that she had the desire to restore her breasts postpartum to their original round perky nature, and that she had contemplated having a plastic surgery to fulfill her

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Why You Should “Try A Little More With Your Appearance During School Drop-Offs” – Mom Lectures Other Moms | They React

Most moms know that the process of school drop-offs in the mornings could be hectic. Here’s what an average mom’s daily routine looks like: It starts with getting the kids off their comfortable beds, to giving them a bath or

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Made Of Steel: Read How A Mother Of Seven Successfully Performed A Cesarean Section On Herself

Ines Ramirez Perez, a 40-year-old mother of seven, made medical history on March 5, 2000, when she became the first woman ever to perform a C-section on herself in which both the baby and mother survived. In her isolated, one-room

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9 Proactive Ways To Boost Your Ovulation

Ovulation is the term used to describe a process triggered by hormones for the monthly release of egg/ovum from the ovary per menstrual cycle. In recent times, lifestyle factors are playing pivotal role in the development of infertility. Thankfully, these

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What You Should know About Hormones, Plus Signs That You May Have A Hormonal Imbalance

Hormones are special chemical messengers in the body that travel through the bloodstream to tissues and organs, and control most of our body’s major systems. Hormones are made by the endocrine glands. Hormonal imbalances occur when there is too much or

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7 Lessons Every Woman Can Learn From Michelle Obama

Kafayat Olawale Former first lady of the United States Of America , Michelle Obama continues to enjoy the goodwill of men and women worldwide. This article highlights 7 lessons and strengths of the former first lady that has sustained her

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The Maternity Photoshoot Of These 3 Biological Sisters Is Everything

Three Nigerian biological sisters with Instagram handles @gechigech, @onyees_lifestyle and @mrscheeko took to Instagram to share lovely photos from their maternity photoshoot, and it is everything. See their posts and lovely photos below: READ ALSO:Nigerian Friends Pregnant at Same Time

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Successful African Single Woman Who Will Not Compromise Her Viewpoint Just to Get Married Is a Real Woman

It’s everywhere! Yes, it is! It is everywhere that women are judged if at a certain age, they are yet to be married or have children. Now, when you find a woman who understands that there is more to life

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In True Spirit of Feminism, Chimamanda Adichie Voices Her Thoughts on Chivalry and It’s Dividing the Internet Again

The award-winning author and mother of one, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was a guest on popular comedian, Trevor Noah‘s show, The Daily Show where she voiced her thoughts on chivalry amongst other feminism related topics. On chivalry, Chimamanda says, for example, opening doors for people,

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Hillary Clinton Subtly Straightens Chimamanda For Being Upset With the Former First Lady’s Bio

Author and advocate for gender equality, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has taken her feminism a notch higher after she questioned former US First Lady, Hillary Clinton, on why her Twitter bio begins with ‘wife’, while her husband, Bill Clinton’s doesn’t start with husband. According to

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How to Identify a Boss Lady

OGBUGOH JOY ESQ. You don’t have to first be a manager or CEO of an organisation or someone’s boss to be a boss lady. Whether you are a student, working or stay-at-home, you can be boss lady. Being a boss

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Signs You Are Wearing The Wrong Kind of Bra

Ineh Olisah Wearing the wrong size of bra puts you at a risk of ending up with sagging boobs and stretch marks. This happens when the breast tissue and ligaments are overstretched as age and the law of gravity sets

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Incredible Birth Story of How Woman Gave Birth In Hospital’s Hallway

We all know that no matter how long you spend planning for childbirth, things aren’t always going to go to according to plans. Especially not if, your baby decides to show up while you’re still in the hospital’s hallway, as

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10 Ways to Cope with Menstrual Pains

Moyin Kalu Menstrual pains are infamously known as dysmenorrhea or period pains. These are painful sensations that affect many women before and during a menstrual period. These pains are similar to labor pains and can affect your lower abdomen, back,

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5 Ways To Feel Good In Your Post-baby Body

Mark Wealth We’re here for those moms who don’t feel so good about how they look. Well, here are some ways to get some of that divalicious swag back with your post-baby body. 1. Focus on shedding weight Take a

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6 Tricks to Prevent Hair Fall Mama Didn’t Teach You

It’s a woman’s nightmare to see her hair fall off just by combing it. Even though it is a natural to lose some hair follicles now and then, women don’t want to see it at all because a woman’s hair

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“Build up your inner strength on lasting values”- Oby Ezekwesili’s Message on Self-Validation is a Must Read!

Former minister of Education, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, took to twitter to express her unruffled attitude towards men who call her unattractive and ugly. She went further to advise young girls to develop themselves internally rather than caring so much about

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10 Self Health Checks Every Woman Should Do (Part Two)

By Ndidi Adekunle Living, for today’s woman, is certainly made easier, albiet faster paced. When it comes to health matters, the information age is agog with how to’s and simple DIYs. For obvious reasons, good health remains a top priority

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21 Codes Of Self-love You Shouldn’t Break

Mark Wealth Self love simply means having regards for your own well being and happiness. In a nutshell it means loving, appreciating and accepting yourself unconditionally. Which means irrespective of all the flaws you have, love yourself no matter what and

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Nigerian Activist Emeka Ugwuonye Reveals Who Inspires His Fight for Women’s Rights

Enugu born human rights lawyer, Emeka Ugwuonye of Due Process Advocate (DPA) has finally explained why he always stands up for the rights of women in Nigeria. In his lengthy Facebook post, Emeka revealed that he lost his father at a

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WATCH: Ayo Fayose’s Sister, Mo Spills on Insecurities About Her Breasts After Having Kids| Advises Women

Mo Fayose aka Abefe Ibadiaran, younger sister of Ekiti State governor, Ayo Fayose, had a video session on her Facebook page yesterday where she spoke about insecurities most women suffer after having kids. According to her, after she had her

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14 Things Women Should Stop Doing Before Turning Thirty

Turning thirty marks the dawn of a new beginning for every woman. If you are about to celebrate this milestone, take note of some things we recommend you should stop doing before 30: 1. Worrying too much, either consciously or not,

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“Man wasn’t good enough, so a woman was created” – Elizabeth Black

Elizabeth Black, wife of Nollywood filmmaker/photographer, Yomi Black, has made her thoughts about feminism know via an Instagram post. According to the mother of one, it is an insult to say women are equal to men. In her opinion, women

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Ego Boyo Appointed 60th President of International Womens Society

Veteran Nollywood actress and producer, Ego Boyo, has been named the 60th president of the International Women’s Society (IWS). The organisation was established in 1957 as an independent, non-political, non-governmental and non-profit organisation, made to empower and bring together women of the

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