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BOOKS I INTEND TO READ BY THE END OF SUMMER (OR AT LEAST AFTER MY BAR FINALS)

QUOTE OF THE DAY: I've got to take a break, to be honest; I'm not even going to lie.-Puff Daddy aka Didd y.   Before anything, this post is probably my last post of anything serious , until after my Bar Finals in September when I start decrusting myself. I do not in any way regret running this blog on the side all this while. It’s been an exciting experience! My only regret so far, is that I was not able to post as often as I hoped to, and, to post on more quality content (Computers now insert emojis *FaintsTemporarily* ). I was at the Library on Saturday, when it dawned on me that there are certain books I would really want to read asides the Law Books which I have immersed myself in since December. Two books which I haven’t included in this list, but I’m longing to read are “The Law of Attraction”, and, “How to Kill a Mocking Bird.” If you know where I can buy these books at affordable prices in Lagos, be kind enough to tell me in the comment box below.

DIY Organic Avocado Hair Mask

Quote : "What if I fall...Oh my darling, what if You fly?"- Unknown . Good morning Guys, Happy Sunday!! I went for 7:30 am Mass at Falomo , and I have the rest of the day free! Yaay Me! Lately, I've had a lot of "alone time." It's a good thing to experience once in a while. I feel my court attachment externship is one of the best things God put in place to fire me up for my career. I am truly grateful. However, I feel I am not reading enough for school. Tbh, it's as if I need to put in more effort . A new friend of min e told me I'd be just fine ( hey Georgie ). But, tearfully, I don't know how. In a good way, I know I need a little push. Back to today's post! Generally, I love to eat/snack on Avocado! But, like most things with humans, my body outrightly rejects it! Sadly, people, Avocado gives Alexandria serious flatulence . D on't laugh at me or I won't share anything with you again . Kiddin'! * insertLaughingE

Revamping the Blog: New Blog Goals and a Niche for Lily of Nigeria

Before anything else, I deeply apologise for what seems to be a total nonchalance to this blog, and, it's beloved readers. How has life been treating you? Great I hope. Have you kept up with the news? If you're in Nigeria(Lagos to be specific, you already feel how I feel, about the state of power supply, and, petroleum).  In other inspiring news, have you seen the smiles Prince Harry's brainchild the Invictus Games has been pasting on veterans' faces lately?  To see first hand, Check out these links here , here , and here . Even HelloMagazine , has an entire gallery with a 16 picture slideshow detailing a part of the games here . I've been working a great deal behind the scenes, with my school work especially. We've started our attachments so law school is gradually coming to an end for me. I've been doing a lot of thinking, and research too concerning this blog, and more than ever, I'm convinced I need to give this a shot... By

How to Make Tiger Nuts Milk Also Known As Horchata/Kunun Aya

A while ago, I came across a friend's Instagram Post on Tiger Nuts. I was amazed by what I read on her post, one point in particular caught my fancy( that it helps people loose weight ). Being the law student that I am, I had to do more research. My discovery took me aback. Tigernut is a tough fibrous rooted perennial plant. In Nigeria, they are referred to by a plethora of names. Igbo people call it Aki-Ausa (I don't know what it means in Ibibio , so, I also call it Aki-Ausa). It is known as Aya in Hausa, ofio in Yoruba, Chufas in Spanish, some also call it Zulu nut, yellow NutGrass, Ground Almond and so on . Wrongly addressed as nut, Tiger nuts are actually Tubers . They are very popular in Northern Africa and Nigeria. They are also not alien in places like India, and Spain where they are consumed in milk forms known locally as Horchata De Chufa. "Hausa people" sell them in wheelbarrows all over Nigeria, and, at affordable prices too! During my research,

3 THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU TRAVEL

  QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Travel makes one modest. You see what tiny place you occupy in the world.”― Gustave Flaubert Hey you, how is life treating you this April? I hope you are doing well. This is one post I have been hoping to finally publish. And, apart from the fact that today is Travel Tuesday in the cyber World, today seems like a good day to finally publish this particular post which I have had in my "draft" for a while now. I hope you enjoy it, and, that it will be of help to you in some way. DO YOUR RESEARCH: Try to find out more about where you are heading to. TIP: Check out the best places to visit for sightseeing. That is, the best places for food, shopping,gaming,or any traditional custom displays like festivals or on going carnivals…even, best place to people watch. MAKE LISTS: Make lists, and use them as your guide. Make a before and after list. Your before list should contain things that you will b