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Category: Single & Savvy

MY KIND OF TRUTH: Help! My Boyfriend is Afraid of Marriage

My boyfriend and I have been dating for like two years. We love each other very much, but anytime he talks about marriage, he refers to it in the future tense, not like something that will happen anytime soon. I’m very ready to get married, but anytime I bring it up, he just begins to list different things he needs to do and accomplish before getting married, and I really don’t know what to do.

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Happy, Guilty or Shameful about Your Money?

Brenè Brown has had a massive influence on women everywhere. She first inspired me when she spoke about parenting at my son’s school many years ago. Brenè’s success has catapulted since her Ted Talk went viral. Brene’s book was required reading by my Episcopal priest, and she was brought up in my Course in Miracles class recently. She’s everywhere, and with good reason!

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5 Signs You Have Found the One

A couple years after my wedding day, I headed out of town for a work event. As I walked into the meeting room, I stopped so quickly the person behind me just about ran into me. There sitting on a chair was James, my college ex-boyfriend. Talk about unexpected! It was the first time we’d seen each other since college

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5 Things Your Hair Stylist Will Prefer You Didn’t Know

You might feel like you have hairstylists all figured out, but really you haven’t. The salon and hairstyling life is ‘full of mysteries and fun hacks’, and no matter how close you are to your stylist, there are still a couple of ‘secrets’ they might not let you in on. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, reveals 5 things or ‘secrets’ your hairstylist would prefer you didn’t know.

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How to Choose a Life Partner (2)

Life is about decisions; choices; having options and picking one above the others. It has often been said that we make our choices, and then those choices make us. What that means is that the choices we make end up defining us and setting us on a particular path. This is why making choices is something which must be carefully done; and the choice of whom you will marry is no less important. Pastor Bimbo Odukoya provides a checklist to help young unmarried women make the selection process easier. Though this list is in no way exhaustive, the following are questions you need to look at critically and answer honestly;

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How to Choose a Life Partner (1)

Marriage is a life-long commitment and inevitably affects every other area of our lives as women; every other relationship and every other venture. Making this crucial decision of who to marry requires asking questions that will lead to introspection on our part and serve as an eye opener as it presents those aspects of the marriage relationship that really matter.

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