My people how body? The vlog was not uploaded yesterday because my friend had a baby! So sorry for the break in transmission! You're going to see it all in my next vlog!
My birthday is coming up in a few weeks and I would love your suggestions on what to do: please leave me ideas! Enjoy the vlog and share and leave comments! I know I don 't reply all the time but una know how things be...I will eventually!
How body? Hope nobody is complaining today after that long holiday? Me I'm not complaining ih. How was the Sallah? I'm still receiving Sallah meat in my house-like the wise people say "if you did not get Sallah meat you need to sign up for character development classes because iwa e ko da l'adugbo!"
There's always next year!Change!
Today's blog is out-check on it and don't forget to LIKE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE! Have to run, my food dey fire! Mwaaah!
Not every time Eba for breakfast, sometimes try a parfait! LOL. Yes, I'm talking to myself. I love parfaits and I would always purchase them from stores whenever I find them however I was never satisfied. Why buy when you can make your own and use whatever you like, be naughty like me....add chocolates!
So here's what you'll need, although you can use basically any fruit you want.
Nestlé, the leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company has reaffirmed its commitment to help reduce undernutrition in Nigeria through micronutrient fortification. Speaking with journalists during a tour of Agbara factory recently, the Managing Director and Chief Executive of Nestlé Nigeria, Chief Dharnesh Gordhon said in 2012, Nestlé introduced a new range of fortified bouillon cubes by adding iron to the already iodine- fortified Maggi brand seasonings. He said in 2014, Nestlé reached 18.3 million households in Nigeria with iron-fortified Maggi cubes
Chief Gordhon said that Nestlé has a huge stake in rural communities in Nigeria, sourcing agricultural raw materials from many farmers in the country. He said in 2014 alone, the company purchased 9,660 tonnes of soybean from local farmers in Nigeria. Soybean is a key element in the ingredient mix in Maggi production to provide a distinctive fermented flavor
Junior Chamber International (JCI) Nigeria announced the ten winners of the 2015 Ten Outstanding Young Persons (TOYP) Awards in a release jointly signed by the 2015 National President, Seun Osikalu and 2015 TOYP Chairperson, Adetola Juyitan. The ten winners are Adebola Olomo, Oresanwo Lolade, Odjenima Atinuke, Araba Steven Omogbolahan, Uyi-Aivinhenyo Patricia, Abdulkadir Mukhtar, Onitiju Ibukun, Akintayo Stephen, Steve Harris, Olawale Rotimi.
The TOYP, a global initiative which is being replicated in Nigeria, concentrates on formally recognizing young people who are making waves in their chosen fields and creating positive impact on other people, their community and the society at large. These recognitions are basically to motivate other young people and encourage them in their bid to be socially responsible leaders in the Nigerian society.
Adetola Juyitan, Chairperson of the JCI TOYP in Nigeria, said that “This year’s TOYP is coming with an unprecedented class which is reflected through the quality of shortlisted nominees, the quality of the judges, the organization of the grand finale of the event, amongst other things.”
Today's vlog is early-I would like to applaud myself. The only reason this has happened is because I think I'm getting back to factory settings-for the past 3 days I've been sleeping at night. My body has been operating American time for the past 2 months-I'm awake during the night and sleep during the day-we all know this is not a productive way to live. Imagine waking up 5pm everyday when the day is already gone!
I challenged myself recently-I wanted to get better at doing my own makeup. I want to contour, highlight and fix my lashes perfectly and I am determined to be better! Watch me as I grow. I had a Periscope session yesterday where I was basically talking about not waiting till you are perfect before starting something-some awesome things you see today started so small a long time ago. I will continue to film my make up till one day una go dey hail me call me makeup artiste.
Is there any thing you're challenging yourself to do? Please let me know.
Hello beautiful naturalista's! How body? Today I'm collaborating with Layefa all the way from Nigeria to London. Layefa has beautiful hair #Goals and we decided to come together to do a five minute undo challenge. If Bobo was around he will be laughing because he knows typically 5 minutes is the time I spend combing my hair alone. LOL.
My hair is medium length but I say it's short considering how long I want it to be. Layefa's is longer . Again, #Goals. I decided I was going to use kinky extensions for my updo and it turned out okay. If I had more time it would have been nicer I think.
Ps. Layefa has a beautiful voice, if you watch her videos she's the one singing....fine babe. long, full hair, sweet voice-only 1 person! Once more #GOALS!
I received a couple of twitter messages from someone requesting to know all the places I love to eat in Lagos, he kept on sending the request and you know a busy mamma ain't got time to list all that because it would be A LOT of tweets! I decided to take my time, turn it to a post and have him or anyone else who is interested read it. Easier! Here are my favourite places to eat in Lagos (In no particular order):
You know it is very necessary to have deserts at events nowadays, especially for those with a sweet tooth.If you want to learn how to make desserts, theres a training by Chops and Fruits-the facilitator is a professional baker so you have no worries. Think about how much profit you can make from learning this! See the plan below:
DESSERT MAKING - Learn 10 types of hot and cold desserts you can serve at events.(See flier below for details on types of desserts)
Training fee: N20,000
Discount offer - N15,000
Training date: September 25th - 26th. (Discount ends Sept 18th)
I seem to be more in love with videos lately-maybe because I feel like I can always relive the moment every time I watch it. I'm going to start posting more text kinda posts, so don't go anywhere. I'm considerate of your data. lol
Hello mommies and daddies-today was back-to-school abi? How was it? Were you looking forward to it as a parent? Abi body still dey pepper you for the money wey you release as school fees? How did your kid act when you dropped him/her/them off at school?
I wonder how Titobi is going to act when he's ready for school. I'll be very heartbroken if he just runs off inside the class room without crying for his mommy. LOL.
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Hello my lovelies! Earlier today I attended the Success Stories Africa event as one of the panelist's and it was an awesome event. I met a lot of motivational people and right now my head dey catch fire because of all the things I heard.
I decided to do a rush-rush Get Ready With Me video so you can see how I got my hair and makeup done-I hope you likey? I try small small.
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Seriously, this is one of the easiest Nigerian soups and it is extra deliccous ! My mom always says her reason for not eating ogbono os that she can never stop-she must always go for more, and more. I agree. When I make Ogbono, I eat it all day till it finishes and the kind of bowls of eba I will finish will put the fear of God in you-it's worse when I use Amala.
Like I said, the recipe is simple without all the senrenren of stock fish (I don't like it) and dry fish (I didn't have any) Ogiri (I don't like that too lol)...HOWEVER, with even Chicken alone, this soup is finger-licking delicious, it's unbelievable! One tip I'll give you: Crayfish is magical in ogbono-be very generous with it.
Is this my first ever ThrowbackThursday post on the blog? I think it is! I want to throwback to sometime in 2011 when I shared this hilarious story about diarrhoea. Some of you only joined my blog recently and are only familiar with the ajebutter Sisi Yemmie, let me introduce you to the razz one: Enjoy!
I went to 9ja over the weekend for my lovely friend's wedding...it was beautiful I tell you, but that is not today's gist! Immediately I landed, I fished out the list of meals I wanted to have (as usual). Mind you, wetin happen to me in my last post HERE was all about food during my April trip. This is fresh gist from a fresh trip. It is apparent that I have longer throat!
I was just branching all the boli selllers, roasted corn, sharwarmar (tasted dodgy but it is still shawarma). I had Kuli Kuli and I topped it up with dankwa. That was Day 1. Day 2, I chop suya, goat meat peppersoup, 2 big nylon bags of boiled groundnut, gala, fan yogo and had some more kuli kuli and bottled fanta to wash it down. These were just appetizers oh.
I enjoy bringing you guys things that add value and this website is one of them. I will remind you that good nutrition is the bedrock of human wellbeing and tackling global nutrition problems is essential for achieving the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
However addressing malnutrition is not an easy task and everyone needs to come together to achieve the overall goal. One way this can be addressed is by sharing accurate, timely information on online platforms to educate people across the continent.
This is where Horlicks comes in. Horlicks in collaboration with the Federation of Africa Nutrition Societies (FANUS), last year, launched a website designed to provide nutrition and health information to Nigerians and Africans at large. This website www.africanfamilynutrition.com provides comprehensive information on various aspects of wellness and lifestyle.
Whoop Whoop! We have a brand new intro for Sisi Weekly! Please watch and if you like it then click the LIKE button! Really need your feedback!
I'm not ignoring the fact that the vlog could not be published yesterday-I can explain. LOL. My editor crashed! Apple always has these updates oh, na so I decided to upgrade the system oh-everything just scatter! I'm still fixing the editor but managed to pull this video out.
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Hello beautiful people!A few months ago I received some samples of the MAC Toledo Collection- I was going to film my makeup but I was too pregnant to do so-swollen lips, eyes, nose, face. Mba nu. So I decided to wait.
Finally I tried the eyeshadows and I likey! It's a mixture of purples and I paired it with this my ghen-ghencious lipstick from BMPRO makeup. Love it! If you want to see what the eyeshadow palette looks like and how I created this look then press PLAY on the video below.