TipsTuesday – Just Put Me In My Place

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I particularly hate to look for things! And as a matter of fact, looking for things slows you down and wastes considerable time that can be used to accomplish a whole lot. Are you always looking for one leg of socks in the morning, pencils during homework time, water bottles…? How can you cut down the time you spend looking for things? Have A PLACE For Everything and Put Everything In Its PLACE. I even […]

He Can Keep A Promise – Prayers For Waiting Mothers

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He gives the childless woman a family, making her a happy mother. Praise the Lord ! Psalms 113:9 NLT Our God is a faithful God. Today is Our Scheduled Prayer Day on Our Striving Nigerian Mom Facebook Group We will be  praying for those Moms waiting on God for their children today. If you fall into this category or know anyone who does, kindly pray trusting God that you will testify, and very soon too in […]

Your Contribution Is Enough

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I have a dear friend that once said to me: “It’s because of my input that my husband can be comfortable be a Pastor”. She probably may not remember, but I do. And I remember all the time. A lot of us women are so quick to look down on ourselves and even allow others to look down on us. I often hear a lot of mothers, especially the stay at home mothers, say: ” […]

Embrace The Interruptions

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Before having kids, we all imagined having the picture perfect moments of motherhood. At least, I did. I, for one, believed that I could schedule everything and everybody. I love schedules! Alas, this was only in my dreams. I particularly remember all the precious Bible Study moments I had before I got married. I could spend hours praying and reading my bible without a single moment of interruption. I would read and study with various […]

He Cheated – How To Handle Infidelity In Marriage 2

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Other than loosing a spouse to death, one of the most trying moments of any marriage is when there is an issue of infidelity.  It’s true that trust has been betrayed, and the human in us wants to take revenge, or at least hurt back in the way we’ve been hurt, we must just stay strong and behave like the children of God that we are. Now that the facts have been established concerning your […]

Broken In A Minute

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“Help!!!” She Screamed as loud as her 13 year old voice could carry. “Scream all you want. We’re all alone baby”, he said with a snicker, his breath a stink of stale tobacco. She quickly realised he was right. They were alone. All alone. she wearily resigned herself to him as he tore her clothes and shoved her to the ground. She was brutalised. And forever so. He was her uncle too. Did You Know? […]

Truly A Gift

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It’s amazing how a precious family, in spite of the devastation of a loss, can offer strength to numerous unknown people. This is the story of Natalie & Brian Morgan, whose daughter was born sleeping. As I read through the story, I just couldn’t help remembering them in my prayers. They’ve been on my mind since that time. I can’t pretend to understand this sort of pain of seeing your beautiful treasure taken away from […]

Starting a New School – How To Help Your Child Cope in a New School

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It’s natural for anyone to be anxious about change.  Change of any kind comes with its fears and share of ‘what ifs’. This post will give you seven tips to help your child adjust well in a new school. Here is another post that will also help to ease your child back into school after the long summer break – How To Help Your Child Ease Into The New School Year. In addition to all […]

It's All Rubbish!

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“Yes. It’s All Rubbish!” We all are often quick to make this statement about things going on around us. Some of the events of my life in the last few weeks have really got me thinking very wide. I was having a discussion with a friend about the current economic situation in Nigeria. This discussion bordered on the issue of School Fees for Primary and Secondary schools in Lagos. And if you ask the average […]

Choosing The Right Bedding For Your Bedroom

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I love a beautiful bedroom and I also love colors and anyone who is close to me will know this. Colors are beautiful, they can make a statement as to the kind of person you are. In this series on Making The Right Choice of Bedding, I’d just like start in this post by sharing a few tips with you about how to do up your bedroom just by using your Bedding right. TIP 1: […]

I've Got The Best Daddy in The World…

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I’ve Got The Best Daddy in The World… I don’t even know who wrote this song, but it is by far one of my husband’s favorite songs ever… Here’s a Happy Father’s Day To all our ‘Striving Dads’ – you know you’re simply the best. To all Men waiting for the opportunity  to show their ‘Fathering’ skills, Happy Father’s Day! Soon,  you’ll carry your bundle of Joy. And to all moms who play both Roles […]

Mid-Year Appraisals

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Most companies run an annual appraisal for their staff where their work output is reviewed. The most anticipated outcome of appraisals is an upward review of the salary package and promotion and In fact some people already make plans for the expected increase. I had my appraisals at the office recently and it was quite an experience. Appraisals are ‘Office Judgement day’, in split seconds your mind runs through your performance over the year, the […]

When One Is Better Than Two

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“Two are better than one,     because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down,     one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls     and has no one to help them up.” – Ecclesiastes 4: 9-10 It’s true that two should be better than one. What happens when one is better than two? We all desire the perfect family. A family where everything works, where there’s love and […]

In Laws – A Necessary Evil?

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“In Laws Are Generally Bad People!” I hear this a lot. But is it only In-Laws that are bad? I have seen certain situations where even family members treat you worse than your in-laws. What then should be your mind set? Your mindset can make a huge difference in giving you peace of mind with In Law relationships. In Laws – A Necessary Evil?.