Showing posts from July, 2018


7. It's okay to be yourself. Yay, we have finally gotten to the end of this series. I hope you have enjoyed it so far. It took a while though. So, ladies, it's okay to be yourself. In fact the best person you can be is yourself. You know what, I have been in the comparison game before and am sure quite a lot of you have;  ladies tend to be caught up often in the web of comparison, sometimes we do it unconsciously. Regularly, there's need to jerk yourself up from that table of comparison game. You can not continue to live your life wishing you were someone else, or that you had more of what someone else has. Never compare yourself with others. Appreciate you, your uniqueness, your abilities, and make efforts to improve and develop yourself. Comparing yourself with another will make you regress rather than progress. It only brings to the forefront your inadequacies and in fact gets you to the point of feeling that you can not go ahead of those inadequacies. It's


6. Don't place your ultimate hope in marriage. Am aware of how much you have in mind about your kind of marriage, in fact to start with, the man of your dreams. Some people don't want to die now because they are yet to experience marriage. Yes, marriage is a sweet can tell you that over and over again, but, don't place your ultimate hope in marriage. Marriage isn't meant to be the end. It's not the final bus station. Marriage is meant to be the means to fulfilling your God-given purpose. As a single lady, you need to have something that you are living for. You need to have a drive, a passion, something that keeps you going, that you have recognised as the reason for your existence. Yes, getting married can be a part of that big picture, but it is not all. I see a lot of young ladies, Me-where do you see yourself in the next five years? Response- in my husband's house or to make it more interesting, married, with 3 kids. What? Is that al