Nelly's World

What I do: I provide information that is widely researched ranging from parenting, dating, health among many. I listen to my readers opinion, I cultivate peace, love and harmony in my blog. I believe that everyone has a voice that ought to be heard. I chose to write mine . Welcome to this blog

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Advice series : for single mothers

A single mother is stressed more than she would like to be, because she worries how things will work out. But she never doubts for a minute that she will find a way. She has to because she is the backbone of the family. I asked people what advice they have for single mothers. PEGGY says ; Trust yourself. Gather advice if you want it from people you trust, those […]

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Advice series : To your teenage self

This series will be for everyone who is a teenager or who has gone though that phase. I asked some people what advice they would give to the teenage version of themselves and this is what they had to say. NOMAR says ; I would tell to myself: Keep doing what you are doing. I basically won’t change anything from my past. All those mistakes, all the bad decisions, all […]

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A little education on African hair

Some of you think you know everything to do with African hair. Well, just because you know what an afro is doesn’t mean you have the slightest idea as to how crazy it is to have one. First, you need to know african hair is not greasy, far from it, in fact it gets dry pretty fast. That’s why you see us using Shea butter, cocoa butter, all the butters […]

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What they never tell you after birth

1. Your whole body will hurt Your intestines, your muscles, every inch of you will hurt. Task that you would have found easy will become difficult. Trying to go for a poop will take more than just watching a forty-five minutes long motivation speech . This especially will be your hell. It is important you prepare for the pain by doing soaks . 2. You will be an emotional wreck […]

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An open letter to my teenage sister

My dear darling, it may feel like you have so much pressure from mum, dad and especially me but that’s because we love you so much. Maybe more than we should. I remember been a teenager like it was yesterday, so young, full of life, daring yet so fearful of the future. I remember all my dreams. I remember how I wanted to be a doctor, then a lawyer, then […]

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How to be a playful parent

We all want to be the cool parent that the little ones enjoy been around. Let’s go through few pointers on how to achieve that. Pictures are worth a thousand words. Take some silly pictures with funny faces with your child. Let your hair down. Relax and take it easy for the day with your kids. A safe pair of hands is what you should be. Let your kids trust […]

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