I mentioned in my post that went up yesterday, that I have developed a little interest in makeup. Just the basics though. Learning how to fix my eyebrows, what color of foundation and powder fits me…
Before I get to today’s post, I would like to say a big thank you to those who sent in messages concerning my blog downtime. I feel so loved. Hey Jen, here is a kiss for you
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I was skeptical about putting up this post but my sisters think I should so here goes. A friend of mine pinged me on Friday and from her messages, I could tell she was very upset. She had placed orders for some clothes on Instagram from Infinity wears account and was yet to get them. As a matter of fact, the ‘store representative’ who had been chatting with her via whatsapp had blocked her. Sigh!
Bra shopping can be such a chore especially when you have to go to the market and not a proper lingerie store to buy some. Most times, there are no private stalls to test the bras before buying and in more cases one ends up with the wrong size.
Happy new months darlings. I know most people are pumped with excitement at the recent turn of events and to that I say lets embrace this change with open arms and open hearts. Sometimes we all want more and right now I want more for my nails lool! I am a huge fan of well manicured and fun looking nails, but that hasn’t been the issue in my case.
While I was MIA here on the blog, I got pretty busy with some other things. Some of which I mentioned in my ‘Look Who’s Back post’ but what I didn’t mention was, I got to write a teeny weeny article for the Monologue section on Converse8. Yaaay. I decided to share it on my blog as well. Hope you learn a thing or two from it.
‘’It is often said, don’t judge a book by its cover, but many people still do. That applies especially when you’re up there presenting. The first impression you make comes from the way you look.’’
A board meeting is a meeting of the directors. It must be distinguished from a general meeting, which is a meeting of the members (shareholders) of a company. These meetings hold at intervals to discuss the problems and policies of the organisation and make decisions.