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Creative Consistency | Update Post

Quote of the day: And as Isaiah said before: "Unless the LORD of Sabaoth had left us a seed, we would have become like Sodom, and we would have been made like Gomorrah." Romans 9:29.

Hello lovelies,


Welcome to a new week, and happy children's day to the under 18s who read this blog. There's no typical post here today. If you're a blog loyalist on LilyofNigeria, you'll remember that a while back I did a post like this one here. I've been neck deep engrossed in some things. I just wanted to let you know, so that you don't think I've taken a long break or something.
Here are some of posts that will be of interest to you:
If you're struggling with drinking water, click here

For people with relaxed hair, there are tips on how to care for your hair here

Lookingfor an affordable place to hangout with your friends? Click here

If you're falling out with your friends these tips will help you. Click here

Remember when your baby girl went for the blogger point brunch? Click here I also reviewed some of the items I got here

If you're curious as to what I wore for the above event, click here

Having a weight loss emergency? Click here
Hair breakage can be a heartbreaking thorn in the flesh, if you're experiencing hair breakage your help is here

Tips to make your nail polish here

              
If you're a curious kitty, read this post where I went for my friend's dinner here

Remember our blog survey here? A lot of you filled those forms and they helped shape this blog. I love you all.

Feeling a bit nosey? You can find out what things I had in my childhood bedroom here

Having issues sorting out your clothes this summer? I have some tips for you on how to clear out your wardrobe clutter  here

And, finally I have a summer dress outfit inspiration here

I love you, thanks for stopping by and reading.
Be kind to your neighbour.
Your friend, Alexandra.

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