Celebrating true African beauty

About this blog

About me…

I am a writer and a blogger who loves to share inspiring stories about different aspects of life that can motivate and encourage us to live better – hence inspired living!

About this blog…

This is an inspirational and lifestyle blog that focuses on almost every aspect of our lives – spirituality, beauty, fashion, business, arts, music and everything in between. As a writer who is soon to get published, this blog will showcase short stories and works of fiction as well, including all the various ideas and topics buzzing in my head!

I would love to hear from you so please do leave a comment.



10 responses to “About this blog”

  1. You certainly deserve a round of applause for your post and more specifically, your blog in general. Very high quality material.

  2. What a wonderful blog!!!!! I too feel sad to see black women trying to be other than themselves. I stopped perming in 2008 and in January of this year I started locs. I must say that going natural is the most liberating thing I have ever done. We are a beautiful people and I too applaude you for your blog.

  3. Pls y is ur address not there

  4. I love checking out your blog! I’ve nominated you for the Beautiful Blogger Award! Congratulations!

  5. I love black women, they are not just beautiful but with a black irridescence also a representation of their culture.
    They should always be themselves natural, no matter which country or which tribe
    Truly amazing.
    i am English/Seychellois male, growing up NE England. Seychelles background from my
    beautiful mother, proud of my heritage, only wish i was darker. (olive skinned)

  6. Hello Ian,
    Thanks for your lovely comment. I was so delighted reading your comment and happy that there are many like me who appreciate the black woman. Thanks for sharing your passion with us.

  7. Good Day:
    I was wondering where is your school located, and do you have schools in Lagos suchas Yaba, Ikeja.

  8. Hi, we are only based in Ajah, Lagos. If you live on the mainland, then a meeting would be needed to schedule your class to a time that fits. Thanks

  9. Your blog is amazing! I love the work that you do and can’t wait to see more! I would love to keep in touch, tiptoearound.com


  10. Thanks! Following you already! Cheers

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