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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 God's Grace, You will encounter the following on this blog in the future:
  • Posts focusing on Helping people with relaxed hair. Thus, more hair-care posts, particularly, on relaxed hair will be coming your way.
  • There will be more, and, more stuff on beauty...
  • There will be in between's like "Current reads, playlists, obsessions...,YouTubers, Beauty gurus, Instagrammers, and, urls I'm currently stalking."
  • Expect  Fresh Posts here everyday.
  • If there is any other thing you will love to see featured on this blog as time goes by, don't hesitate to tell me in the comments below.



I hope you guys are as excited as I am :) 
God willing, see you in my next post [(in 0rder to have a first look at it, subscribe to my mailing list. It's easy, find the subscription box on this blog, and, enter your Email address into it. Then, click on the link sent to verify the email Feedburner will send to you within seconds from this blog, and that's it! You can unsubscribe in the future if you feel you don't feel like, anymore)].


Sending blessings and peace your way,
Alexandra.





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