When I was in college, (we call that secondary school in Nigeria), I learnt the Law of Diminishing Return in Economics. Little did I know this is also found in relationship as well. The illustration my Economist teacher explained then was etched on my innocent mind and I grew up experiencing this in my daily life. I craved for things so much and after getting a bite, two, three, four…I no longer want it anymore with the same degree of want as the first time.
Where are my darling blog readers? My favorite people, the ones who are always ready to listen and read me at all time. Let’s talk about dating today. I almost went MIA ? You know I can’t do that to you, just kidding. I’ve been carried away with the frenzy of my birthday. Yes, I was a year older on Saturday…
This post has been sitting in my drafts for some days now but I was indecisive if to post or not. Well, I choose to post because I have just recently installed the SEO plugin, thanks to Karis for hooking me up with this awesome plugin and I thought, let’s see how it works as we also talk about bloggers’ relationship. Yes, I know I am always late to the party. And I always wonder how I would not be using an SEO as a self hosted blogger, I am still learning though and I am open to awesome ideas. I know some bloggers who will not know this too and will rush to check out now…hahahaha, I caught you all.
“I don’t hate people, I just feel better when they aren’t around.” ~Charles Bukowski
Loads of people see my social media pages and think I am one cheesy kid, lemme burst your bubble, I am one helluva introvert! I am super anti-social, and can be so annoyingly quiet.
It’s not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for. –Robert Kiyosaki
Do you feel like you’re spending too much money each and every week? It’s a common concern, and it can often leave you feeling powerless and squeezed. But maybe it doesn’t have to be that way much longer. There are so many small lifestyle changes which will help you to cut the amount you spend and save you money each month. Read on to learn more about these steps.