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Pardon My Absence

National Council For Arts & Culture Exhibition

A hut at the National Council For Arts & Culture exhibition in Abuja

Please, please, please pardon my absence. I didn’t intend to be away from the blog for over two weeks. I recently traveled to Nigeria for Lola of Think Poppy’s wedding and life got the best of my intentions to plan ahead and create posts before I left. As you can see, that didn’t happen. Now that I’m back and eager to connect with you guys, I’m working on content to post. There is a Gidi Girlboss interview coming your way, wanderlust posts on Nigeria and more bridal shower tablescapes.

Initially, I would get anxious if I didn’t post content at least three times a week, which can be intense for someone working full-time and basically living life. Now, instead of the quantity, I truly want to focus on quality. Of course, I’m committed to engaging with you weekly, but bear with me on how often I do. I’ve been blogging for almost two years and I’ve decided to implement some changes, a site redesign, and establish some structure to my process. The transition may make posting difficult at times, but in the end, I will be able to serve you better with content that inspires and teaches you a thing or two.

Thanks for your patronage. I get really encouraged when I meet someone who has read my blog or let’s be honest, even heard about it. It’s a confidence booster! It inspires me to keep going until we become a big community of effortlessly chic African millennials who are making positive marks in our communities and our world.

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