Do you have a dysfunctional family? If you don’t, then, you are one of the lucky few in this big wide world of ours. A few of us have dysfunctional families that we tend to… View Post

When I discovered that I could use stale biscuits or dry white cake to make bread and butter pudding, I shouted hallelujah. This recipe is a way of using up those baked goods that are… View Post

Nigerians are very good at creating funny slang words out of English words. An example is And Co. In the English language, And Co is “used as part of the titles of businesses to designate… View Post

An online friend tagged me to this  post written by Tetyana Denford on her Instagram feed. The message resonated  so much with me, I asked Tetyana for permission to repost it here. I hope it resonates with… View Post

We don’t really eat a lot of cereal in our house. When we do, we go for brands buy like Rude Health  or even better, we make ours. When we make granola,  I find it… View Post

Last week, carrying one of the KemiKids tote bags, a woman in her 70s stopped me to ask what a Good Enough Mother means. I I explained that from personal experience, I’ve learnt that kids… View Post

I have a confession to make. This summer holiday, I have been bribing and rewarding my daughters with junk food. And disturbingly, I feel no guilt about it. Should I? At my daughter’s first vaccination,… View Post

Danish mum of three, Mie has one of the most beautiful timelines on Instagram. On her timeline, she captures and shares photos of  beautiful moments with her family. When she wrote a content about being… View Post

Don’t be a Mugu I used to be a people pleaser. I used to please people so much that I later resented the good deeds I had done for them. I resented  my good deeds because I did… View Post

Words are powerful. Words are things. Words stick. Words can make or break. For these few reasons alone, we must be careful what words we use and what words we allow others to use around… View Post

Home is where the heart is – but where really is home? You must have heard the idiom Home is where the heart. Like you, I’ve heard it so many times, but I’ve never really had… View Post

Later on today I’ll be going on an important journey. I moved to England 20 years ago and I’ve never gone back to my former home, Kano Nigeria. Today, (because of a sad event) I’m… View Post

Mum of three and PR Executive, Shilpa Saul is incredibly clever, cool and funny. In this Q&A session, she talks childhood memories,motherhood, Kylie & turning 40. Tell us about you. My name is Shilpa, I am… View Post