CELEBRITY MOMENT: Meeting Chioma Okoli, the Real Wosi of Skinny Girl in Transit

The Roller Coaster Season; Life Lately

September 30, 2019 1 Comment
                                 A few weeks back, hiding some of my recently acquired fatty glory.
Hey people!!! Watagwan and how has life been lately. For me, life has been a roller coaster that I can't even explain all in this blog post. 

For your information, I am here on a Sunday, bored out and no intentions of going to church today cause a young lady has nothing called clothes to put on.  

                                             A few weeks after I had just resigned.

Well not literally as this young lady you see here, has become one  hell of a fat ass somebody (sorry for the curse word). I remember days when no matter what happened, I never went pass 75kg, but now this lady is 95kg and struggling to get back to at least 80kg.  So guys, if you have any tips, tricks, and methods to lose some weight without feeling like I am being wicked to myself, please share with me in the comment session or via the contact form cause this young lady would love to know. 
Me me few days ago, not minding how big I had become cause na only fat I fat.

If you are wondering what's going on here, I am trying to give a little situation report on what and what has been happening in this young ladies life of recent. 

So a few weeks back, I made a big decision of resigning from a work every young lady I know would kill themselves for. Truth is sometimes we need to really ask ourselves what is it we want from life, career, and love. This questions if answered properly help us make great life decisions and career choices. 

After so much soul searching and all, I realized I was doing what I didn’t enjoy doing and as a result, I became less productive and unfulfilled. I will talk about this much later but for now, just know this young lady no longer works where she used too.

One of my biggest achievements since leaving job should be starting off my Youtube channel and being able to come out from an almost state of depression. It had always been my long-time dream of relaunching my youtube channel and I did with this video. Please watch, share, subscribe and drop your comments to let me know what you feel I could do better.  Click THE RE-BRAND and RE-LAUNCH to watch and subscribe

However, after shooting this particular video, I have had so much 
difficulty shooting another but not to worry, my next video with me 
answering the New You tuber tag question or Get to know me tag question would be dropping soon and new episodes would hit your timeline every Friday. 

My bad!! Did I also tell you this youngie hit the twenty fine wine age a few months back, that's in the month of April, so if you ever said you did give me some birthday gifts, now is the best time to do it as I am still in the mood of accepting birthday present. 

What I looked like on my twenty fine wine celebration, I wasn’t as happy as I looked.

Are you ready for the most interesting part of all this gist, the part I have been wanting to tell you guys all this while, the part I had always talked about on this blog, the part that actually dragged a lot of audience to me, the part that made people ask me questions? 

Well, if I must share that part of the gist, and the depression part, then you have to first watch my video and subscribe then and then will I share this very interesting part to you. 

What’s been going on lately in your life, please do let me know in the comment session or if you wouldn’t mind, you could share via the contact form.


September 05, 2019 No Comment

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5 Lesson from Speakers of WOW (Women of Wisdom)

July 25, 2019 No Comment

I just want to scream and ask myself what have I missed all this while. Working as a PA made me cherish moments like Saturday and Sundays that's if I don't have any state or event or errands to run.

i attended an event organized by the women of my church called Women of Wisdom.

This quarters event had the likes of Damilola Owolabi (Dt clothing) Tomie Balogun, Lilian Paul, Foluke Jaiyeola and Ajibola Abubakar.

Damilola Owolabi Ceo Dt clothing

I am here trying so hard to leave it at 5, but the oversabi house girl in me won't let me.she sounded a bit nervous at first, but went calm all through her speech, she had some point that spat fire.

what i loved the most is the fact that she is her own cheerleader. So lesson number 1, be your own business cheerleader, hype your product and your services by yourself cause you aura sells your market.

Lesson 2,  Consistency is the key to every business. Before trying out much business because they kept failing, keep at one for years but while at it master the craft.

Lesson 3,  in business there's a difference between making money and making a profit. You have to identify if your business just makes money or it also makes a profit.

Lesson 4, Never start a new business with a loan. Though what works for one might not work for the other ,so starting a business that hasn't  tested the waters is a No!! No!!! Don't try it...

Lesson 5, I would try to combine all other points here, but one thing I learned from her is business isn't for everyone, so find what works for you and stick with it.

However, while at it don't forget to pray cause for your business to thrive in Nigeria, God must be involved. This is where she shared her wine press experience and how it changed everything in her business.

Foluke Jaiyeola her profile enh, left med asking when would I really start this career journey, cause really I feel like I am joking and playing around. She spoke about women in the career world and issues they experience.

After pointing out all the issues, here are the five lessons from her.

Lesson 1, for you to succeed in your carer, you have to learn to take charge of your career, in simple English never work behind anyone, don't be a shadow of someone in any organization you find yourself.

Lesson 2, learn how to deal wisely with office politics cause if there's one thing that's inevitable in the workplace, its politics.

Lesson 3, this one is for those with side hustles, use your weekend to plan what happens during the week with your side hustle so there's no clash of interest.

Lesson 4, work to please your customers cause they are the reason you are in business.

Lesson 5, never let your job title describe who you are cause you can actually live above your job

Tomie Balogun did what she knows how to do best, talk finance and investment. According to her, investment is putting your money to work for you. At this point, my battery was low I couldn't take pictures of her but here are my take-home lessons.

Lesson 1, your money attitude is dependent on your mindset. That is the way you think and treat money is dependent on your mindset of money...

Lesson 2, make investment a bill, just like you allocate some amount of income to your groceries and transport, some amount should be allocated to savings and investment on a monthly basis.

Lesson 3, if you find saving and investment hard, try getting an accountability partner who would help monitor and make sure you keep to your plans.

Lesson 4, to save and invest better, you first have to track your expense so as to keep track of where your income goes and how you could cut down on those excess.

Lesson 5, while saving and investing, think towards SAFE, GROWTH and DREAMS.

Interesting right? Side attraction of this event was the free make up class hosted by Lilian Paul. Two things I learned from this session are how to know your skin type, and how to apply a simple everyday makeup with a very little foundation and still look pooping πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰.

Other things that kept the ladies going was the side attraction that leads to price giving from sponsors of the event but above that, the prayer session...

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May 13, 2019 No Comment
If you haven’t read the first part of EXPLORE ABEOKUTA WITH ME, then you should read it  "EXPLORE ABEOKUTA WITH ME" MY OLUMO ROCK EXPERIENCE

After the first 120 steps, I must have burnt out some Calories...

Our tour guide which consisted of a man and his supposed brother, they took us up to the first one hundred and twenty steps while giving us the history of the buildings and stories attached to it.  My bad, I didn’t remember all of the details.

After that, we were then shown the place where the ancient people of Abeokuta offered sacrifices and prayers, (Priest) hence no record of casualties.
The room of the wives of the ancient men of Abeokuta

We then proceeded to the hideout of the wives and kids of the ancient men of Abeokuta during the war. The hideout had a total number of four openings which seemed like a room even though one of it seemed broken.

At the entrance, there were five holes on the floor which was used as a grinder for the residence of the rock. 

That is, five families were hidden under the rock hence the name Abeokuta (Under the rock).
The grave of the first tour guide who dies at age 120.

Our next attraction was the graveside of the first ever tour guide who died at an old age of 120. According to history, he did the job of a tour guide until his last days. 

Just beside his grave was his apartment which still stands strong to this very moment.
The head of one of the queens of the ancient Abeokuta.
One of the Calabash with 2 sets of the eye.

After the grave side, we came to the side of the rock which had the status of three heads and also 2/3 head like calabash that represented some traditional rulers or so. What amazed me about the calabash is the fact that each had 2 sets of eyes on it and each represented something and beside it on the floor, were some cowries’ which symbolized something I can’t remember right now.
Feeling like a baby girl that came mountain climbing.

I wasn't scared here, I was just been extra careful.

We were done with the easy part of the mountain climbing, now to where the real work was. Just in case I forgot to include, the mountain had two methods of climbing up.
The Elevator that never works.

One was via the lift/elevator, the other was doing it manually, that is climbing the rock with both legs and hands.


Finally, at the mountain top, what better feeling than being able to beat your chest and saying to yourself, mission accomplished, job well done after feeling like I was going to slide down and fall from the mountain….
I had the golden jump, the famous jump I see on every Abeokuta post.

I wouldn’t come all the way to Abeokuta only to leave without taking the jump of excitement at the top and show to the whole world that I came, saw and conquered.
The first church is hidden somewhere here, just zoom in.

At the mountain top, I was privileged to find out that Abeokuta had some first not so far from the sight of the mountain. Like the first Catholic church and the first something else, I can’t remember.


If someone had told me some of the things, I am about to tell you now, I guess my trip was have been so perfect.

  •  Dress decently: Abeokuta, is a city I recently found out still holds culture to heart. So, if you ever chose to visit the city, don’t wear a bum short on its street cause both the old and young once would give you the sinner look.

  • While going mountain climbing, it would be advisable for you to have at least a bottle of water with you.

  •  Plan ahead of time where to stay, where to visit, and also where to eat or chill out because I only discovered that just like Lagos, the people there aren’t so patient and good at describing places and routes to you.

  •  Capture Memories: I wasn’t ready for all the goodness the city had to offer, so I couldn’t get most of them on camera cause before I could digest the beauty I had just seen, I had driven pass there. Always make sure your camera is on ready when you decide to go on this trip.

  •  Tour Guide: Never underestimate the power of a tour guide, except you are going there for just climbing sake, never go without a tour guide. They give you a detailed history of the land.

Above all, don’t forget google is your friend and my blog would always be here for you to stop by to read, share and also drop beautiful comments.

Hope you enjoyed reading this, please let me know in the comment below and don't forget to share, subscribe and check back.


May 13, 2019 No Comment

Hello people!!!!!

However, you read that out loud, is exactly how excited I feel about this blog post that i can't wait to hit the send button and get you reading and walking through my experience with me.

If you had been following the blog, you would know I made a blog post on VISION 2019, "THE BUCKET LIST/ VISION BOARD", that is things I would like to achieve on or before the end of 2019 and exploring Nigeria happened to be one of them.

Though it took me a long while to start, guess who took a road trip to explore some beautiful places in Nigeria. ME!!! You guessed right.

So, a few days to my birthday, Nigeria had the almighty long Easter break. That is the season when Christ was born and what better way to spend that season than with loved ones and family “literally rolling my eye” Na I didn't do that; I took a road trip to the beautiful city of Abeokuta to explore its beauty.  If you haven't visited Abeokuta before, and plan on visiting, I would advise you read to the very last full stop.

Just for starters, the city of Abeokuta is housed by Ogun state, and if you permit me to tell you this for free, Abeokuta is such a fine city with well laid out road network, that allows you to drive around the freely as many times as possible.

We arrived Abeokuta quite late but took some time out to rest and went site seeing.


First, we stopped over at a food joint called HALAGA OR ALAGA (staff shirt and building signage had different names hence the Halaga or Alaga) for dinner. I got two pounded yams wrap and one very big goat meat (Ebufe) at a whopping fee of 700 Naira, my partner got Amala and goat meat (Ebufe) for 700 Naira.

My plate of pounded yam, Ewedu soup, and Ogbufe

The second meal was a beautiful plate of jollof rice that I still taste very much in my mouth. From the color to the way it was served, you would tell the jollof was everything and many more you could ask for.

Behold the beautiful plate of Nigeria Jollof rice.

My rating on Halaga, if you ever visit Abeokuta and not in the mood to go hunting for great food joint would be a  6/10 and the reason has to be that its ambiance was great, giving you the feel of having a local meal but in a well put together environment,  plus great and affordable food.

However, why they would never go above this rating from my end is the fact that they lacked good customer service. They spoke to customers who walked into their store with every level of disrespect, like who tells its customers, they didn't know they needed their service when the person obviously walked into your office space?


Abeokuta is a land blessed in nature and talent, and each of them has some historical stories attached to them.
Obasanjo's Library.

The first place I visited was the OBASANJO LIBRARY. Let me put it out there that our reason for visiting this place was to see what the library was made up of since it was Obasanjo’s library.

However, the first thing I noticed about this place was the road was properly tiled, and it had this sport like cars that were used in moving people around from one spot to another spot.
Speed Boat and Manual Boat.

You know what I loved most about the library I never got to enter was the fact it had a mini river, or artificial pool or Dam, whatever you choose to call it. The Dam also had a bridge that leads to the library we didn’t get to see after spending some time on the manual boat sailing at the middle of nowhere.
Just before boarding the Manual Boat right beside me.

Please bear in mind that there were two types of boats there, the automatic which cost 1000 Naira per head for 5 trips and the manual boat that went at the rate of 1500 Naira per head for 15 minutes.

We chose the manual cause or mission on this trip was to spend some good time and get to know each other away from the hustle and bustle of Lagos, and boat sailing at the middle of nowhere for 15 minutes was another avenue for that.

By the time we were done here, I was so exhausted from the boat sailing that i decided to go straight to the next plan on my list without viewing the interior of the library.

Next stop was the ADIRE MARKET.
Adire Market.
Since I am a super lover of all things Ankara and can’t wait to, make that super transition from wearing just anything to sticking with either black, grey or Ankara just like debola Lagos, I visited the much talked about Adire Market.

After shopping for some fine Adire, we proceeded to the production corner, where all the work takes place. 

Though we weren’t allowed to take pictures, we managed to steal a few pictures just for this blog post.
Before the final result.
Already Sewn Adire Fabrics.

Final Destination OLUMO ROCK.

What’s an Abeokuta trip without visiting the rock? The actual reason for the trip. 

Entrance to the ROCK.

Ever since my last mountain climbing at Abia state university, I had always craved another and going through the blog of the likes of Cassie Davies and co, the desire rose the more.

The road leading to the mountain was every shade of lovely in my own terms, I felt super relaxed and couldn’t wait to get to the famous Olumo rock gate.

On getting to the gate, we were asked to pay a  fee of a thousand naira, after which we proceeded in and got a tour guide. Getting a tour guide is essential to enjoying your climb up the mountain that is if you really are a lover of history.
Just before the journey of 120 steps.

My bad!!!  I just exceeded a thousand words, and with plans of sticking to at least a thousand word per post, you would need to check back in the next blog post "EXPLORE ABEOKUTA WITH ME" MY OLUMO ROCK EXPERIENCE 2.

Visited Abeokuta yet or climbed the rock? tell me what you loved most about your experience in the comment section cause i would love to read about it.


February 01, 2019 No Comment
Hippie!!! Guys how do you feel about January been over so soon, excited right???

Well welcome of one of my favorite months in the year. The month where lovers are rewarded for the love they give and receive πŸ˜‰. The month when the true essence of love is appreciated, like really, aren’t lovers expected to be loved every freaking time.

While some are genius when it comes to gift ideas for days like this, others are just indifferent and won't care less, not because they don't care or because they can't make sacrifices, it's simply because they lack gift ideas and inspiration “Literally rolling my eye”.

However, don’t get it twisted when people tend to over hype the whole February 14th day as a lot of Nigerians are carried away that we actually forget to celebrate those we love and care about. 

If you happen to fall into the busy category of people who are carried away by the Nigerian stress and have lost a touch of gift ideas to give their loved ones, then you most definitely need to read on.

Please note that this post isn’t gender specified, and also not arranged in order of importance.


1. SMART WATCH OR WRIST WATCH: The world has evolved and so has the choices of people evolved as well.This is the perfect gift for both man and woman as every Nigerian now happens to be in need of devices that would not only serve purpose, but also help them track their weight and health

2. GADGET: This could be smart phones, laptops or Bluetooth players. Every one wants to be seen as trendy so getting them Gadgets would give them double reasons to love you.

3. FOOT WEARS: don’t we all love Foot wears? In my cousin's words, "would rather wear a regular cloth but have my feet do the talk for me". 
So, to the one you love or care about, this could be the perfect time to get him that foot wear he or she had always liked. You could check out @_mayriskraft for palms and slippers as she is currently running a Valentine day promo or @ttdalk for your cooperate shoes

4. FASHION ACCESSORY/PIECE: I had to use this word because I wasn’t so ready to do lots of break down. 

This could be her favorite designers dress, neck piece, rings or sun shade. It could also be his favorite suit brand or shirt or trousers or coffins or tie Satchel. Something outside the regular, something he or she never had in mind and if you must do the regular like a boxers, socks or singlet, send me a contact form asking for the names I have in mind.

5. LINGERIE SET: When I say this, I don't just mean regular bras and pants. I mean quality, beautifully designed ones. The kind that will do magic in the bedroomπŸ‘ŒπŸ˜œ.  Another choice is the matching set, that comes with a silky robe. 

Check @sultrynsilk Valentine promo, and if your babe is plus size, you just met the right person…

6. FRAGRANCE SET: Everyone wants to smell nice, and this would just be the perfect gift if done thoughtfully.
A good designer’s fragrance or perfume oils would just be perfect or a set of scented candles and diffusers would just do it if your partner is a lover of the luxury life. For your candle sets, you already know what to do, hit me up @goziscent 

7. SPA TREAT: I need this like yesterday though attached with other goodies, but everyone I know loves a good relaxing massage. 

So, gift this to the one you love and care for, and watch them thank you for been thoughtful.

8. A ROMANTIC DINNER DATE: A lot of us get carried away by the our level of responsibilities, that we sometimes forget the need to spice up things in our relationships which include having romantic date nights. The type where you send your partner what you would love to see them in and let them know you would be there to pick them by a particular time… Note this isn’t only for the guys, ladies take the man out, tell him to meet you up somewhere with a time line on it, and tell him to wear something nice cause you would too and also don’t forget, when they bring the bills, tell him the bill is on you…

9. A WEEKEND GETAWAY:  No need to explain this, somewhere away from home and since Valentine's day falls on a Thursday, you could start the trip a day before or that same day.

10. MONEY: Everyone needs more money, if you know all of this isn’t the major need of your partner and she needs some fund for something, now is the time to give her that. If your lady is in the ABROAD, and you can’t go over there, send her some cash to spend on herself for that day….

The simple truth is Love appreciation shouldn’t be just a day thing, but since a day was set aside to celebrate the thing called love and you know your partner and their current needs, best thing to is find out what works best for your partner and also what works for you financially.

Whether it is to spend some quality time together without the distractions of family and friends and mobile devices or to gift your partner a gift, just make sure that the love message is passed across in a manner that your partner will appreciate and feel really loved.

Please share with me some of your gift ideas this Valentine cause i just might be gifting someone a val's gift πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰