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Procreation And The Erroneous Idea Of Legacy

A society like ours make seeing households with 7 children and above as the norm. Especially if the family in question wanted a particular gender which in most cases are male children, the number of children gotten in their quest is excused because they finally got their dream. I mostly don’t have an issue with that. What I find problematic is that doing this while in poverty with the excuse that the children will become rich or that God will take care of them, so the parents drop children like raindrops on a rainy day waiting for the children to grow up and lift them out of poverty. However, we see thousands of these children every day, prancing the streets, missing the fundamental requirements of a child.

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Achieving An Amazing and Fulfilling Year

I love how the beginning of the year gives you the idea of a fresh start, the opportunity to re-strategize and reach your goals. I adore beginnings, birthdays more than new years because of how personal it is but it’s hard not to get caught up in the new year bubble. This post is to share my insights on how to have a rewarding year, so we don’t end up feeling lost when it’s time to reflect on the year.

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Eko Hotel & Suites Restaurant Review

I typically don’t like eating out, I’d rather make my food myself than be disappointed by unpleasant food. Anyway, a while ago, I decided to eat out at the Eko Hotel and Suites, and it was wonderful! So, I want to share my experience and I’m considering visiting another place soon. I’ll be reviewing the food, ambience, and service.

*This is not a sponsored post.

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Healing Testimony

Sharing this is going to be giving an insight into my previous struggle but I need to, to glorify the work of God in my life. Anyone who has a deadly incurable disease knows how close to death it makes you feel. You are torn between living wild and scratching off items your bucket list, to preserving your life as much as you can. Brace yourself, this is going to be longer than my typical posts. “Ephesians 2 vs 8 – 9.”

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Plantain Porridge with Garden Egg Leaves

Plantains are a rich source of vitamin A, B6, C and magnesium, potassium and fiber. It is also great for the heart and bones. Garden egg leaves are locally known for “giving blood”. I was feeling dizzy one time and when I tried to reach out for ugu (pumpkin leaves) to use with my prescribed iron supplements, garden egg was offered instead. It contains vitamin B, C and potassium and calcium. This recipe is truly packed with a lot of goodies.

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How To Make Okro and Vegetable Soup

I love vegetable soup, even more so when it is a combination of different vegetables. Like most of my recipes, the soup is easy to make, and super healthy. Okro is rich in magnesium, folate, fibre, antioxidants, vitamin C, K1, and A. Ugu contains calcium, iron, potassium, and manganese. It also provides a good amount of vitamin C, A, B2 and E.

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