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11 Apr 2015
IF you ask some people how their relationships took shape, many of them may say they took a leaf from their parent’s love lives. Good or bad. And it we should not deny it that our parents shape our love lives before they took off.
11 Apr 2015
THE habits and lifestyles of winners are worthy of emulation. Those who by inspiration and perspiration have become wealthy have memoirs which can help aspiring millionaires. Sadly, the mediocre do not seem to want to emulate these rich people. Instead mediocres become envious, detesting the successes and progress of the rich. Granted that the rich are often obnoxious, lousy and arrogant, this does not change the facts that they are successful.
11 Apr 2015
THERE are a few touches that can make your bathroom look comfortable and make showering a pleasurable, refreshing activity.
11 Apr 2015
The tablecloth forms an important part of decorative accessories in a home and events such as wedding and birthday celebrations. It is a decorative accessory that unifies the components of the table setting.
15 May 0202
Beauty means different things to different people just as style confers different pictures to different people. Curiously, oftentimes, many people tend to mix up beauty with style and vice versa. For Mimi Whyte-Femi, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Skin Therapy Beauty and Spa, a leading brand in the beauty business, beauty and style…

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