The November Happiness Challenge

Day 27: The November Happiness Challenge 2020

November 27, 2020

Jolade, also known as Yetunde, is the younger sister I have from another mum. Her elder siblings are my friends from early University days, when we found out that we all had our homes in Ibadan, our holidays became regular visiting and hang out periods, which was where I met Yetunde. Our connection was instant, and we immediately knew that we wanted to vibe together. She became my sister and friend, and it was so easy to hold conversations with…

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The November Happiness Challenge

Day 26: The November Happiness Challenge 2020

November 26, 2020

I planned an event in Lagos last December, I took Meet and Greet with Omotolaniee to the center of excellence for the first time. I told my friend, Nikky, to be one of the speakers and that she should speak about living one’s best life. That topic was chosen because it is a realistic interpretation of how she lives her life everyday and everywhere. I met Nikky during NYSC in Ondo state. We barely knew each other in Camp, but…

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The November Happiness Challenge

Day 25: The November Happiness Challenge 2020

November 25, 2020

I have said this particular story to some people I know, but I won’t get tired of saying it, because of how significant it is , and because it is the direct representation of someone coming through for you at the last minute when all other options fail. I had planned for a makeup artiste to do my face for our wedding and this included the registry wedding , two days before the Nikkah. A day before the registry event,…

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The November Happiness Challenge

Day 24: The November Happiness Challenge 2020

November 24, 2020

I’m sure you are wondering, who are the men? What is Tolani up to? Lol. Well, God has blessed me with some male friends turned brothers that I can’t but talk about their awesomeness. These men have been there for me over the years, and they have proven to me that pure and platonic friendships happen between men and women without anything messing it up . OYESUNKANMI Ilorin, 2007. I met this young man thirteen years ago, when we were…

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