Mother’s Day 2019 Is Fast Approaching, Here’s My Ideal Gift Guide For Food Lovers

Mother’s day 2019 in the UK is on Sunday, the 31st of March and it is fast approaching. As a mother and a food lover, I thought you would enjoy reading my ideal gift guide for food lovers. The key to a great gift, in my opinion, is giving something based on what the recipient Read more about Mother’s Day 2019 Is Fast Approaching, Here’s My Ideal Gift Guide For Food Lovers[…]

How to make a banana milkshake without any ice-cream

I woke up this morning with the inspiration to make a banana milkshake. You see, we had some bananas in the fridge that was a little bit soft and as someone who doesn’t like wastage of any sort, I decided to make a banana milkshake but without any ice-cream, as we didn’t have any at Read more about How to make a banana milkshake without any ice-cream[…]

11 Books That Influenced The Career Paths Of 3 Small Business Owners

The other day, I was thinking back to my teenage years and realised that one of the books I read as a teenager influenced me becoming an author many years later. This book was Time Changes Yesterday by Nyengi Koin. I wondered what books, if any, influenced other small business owners, so I posed the question on Read more about 11 Books That Influenced The Career Paths Of 3 Small Business Owners[…]

Have you heard of the Ask for Angela campaign? #AskforAngela

The UK Metropolitan Police Service is working with venues across London to help prevent and reduce sexual violence and vulnerability by promoting the ‘Ask for Angela’ campaign initiated by Lincolnshire County Council. TO ALL DJ’S, DOOR STAFF, BAR STAFF, MANAGERS INFO… A DJ was approached while working, by a young girl and asked for the first Read more about Have you heard of the Ask for Angela campaign? #AskforAngela[…]

The story of Oluwo: First woman initiated into Ifa

The other day I was searching for an article to explain a new term that I had heard in Yoruba (Oturupon – Tete) and stumbled upon an article that talked about a lady called Oluwo, who was the first woman initiated into Ifa. Ifa is part of the Yoruba traditional believe and I thought my Read more about The story of Oluwo: First woman initiated into Ifa[…]

The story behind the names of each state in Nigeria

The other day whilst I was on Facebook, I saw a post about the names of each state in Nigeria and how they got their names. As it has been a while since I wrote a post on Nigeria, I think this is the perfect time to share one.     Here’s the story behind Read more about The story behind the names of each state in Nigeria[…]

[Action Needed] Please recommend The Segilola Salami Show podcast to BuzzFeed

I stumbled upon an article by BuzzFeed asking “Which Podcasts Do You Think People Should Listen To In 2019?” As host of The Segilola Salami Show, I would really like my podcast to be included in the list and would appreciate it if you can recommend my podcast to Buzzfeed. What is it? For the Read more about [Action Needed] Please recommend The Segilola Salami Show podcast to BuzzFeed[…]

9 ways what you eat affects your skin

It’s January 2019, a time for New Year resolutions and new beginnings. That’s why I felt this is the perfect time to share with you this infographic on the food you should eat and the food you should avoid for clearer skin. They also provide added benefits to your overall health! So here are 9 ways Read more about 9 ways what you eat affects your skin[…]

Do you know any reconstructive surgeons for diastasis recti?

Happy new year everyone? I hope your 2019 is better than your 2018. 2 years ago I found out that my abdominal muscles (diastasis recti) never closed after childbirth and the only way to correct it is through surgery. The NHS is struggling financially, so it classes surgeries for diastasis recti as plastic surgery and would not Read more about Do you know any reconstructive surgeons for diastasis recti?[…]

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