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10 LESSONS I LEARNT FROM MY MARRIED FRIENDS

Hi everyone, welcome back to Palacedaughter. The last two weeks has been very busy for me; however, I tried my best to create this beautiful post for you. The  post is about the lessons I garnered from my married friends. I would love to share with you hoping that it would be beneficial.Thanks for always reading my posts.   Now to the lessons   Never ignore your guts: One of the greatest mistakes you will make in a relationship is…

10 LESSONS I LEARNT FROM LAIDE’S NOTE

Hi everyone. Am here again to share my thoughts on a movie titled “Laide’s Note”. Anu Kolade’s Laide’s Note is an interesting movie that every single individual especially ladies should watch. Sure, this movie should resonate with you if you left or declined a relationship because you wanted to please God. Below are lessons I garnered from the movie. When you perceive God is speaking to you, confirm with the scriptures. Sometimes, whatever God tells you/someone, he confirms with another…

LISTEN TO MY PODCAST: REDEFINING MASCULINITY

A popular writer, Chimamanda Adichie said “Masculinity is a small tight ugly cage, which should be broken and rebuilt”. Yes, really. Men should be raised and not watched to grow. It is important to note that the society focuses more on the female gender, which is not good enough.It is high time we do same for male. This is necessary to combat most of the societal issues. Below are 18 suggestions on how to raise a male child. Let’s teach…

HEY, I AM LAUNCHING MY PODCAST:HOW TO SURVIVE UNDER PRESSURE

Hi everyone, it’s good to have you back once again. How are you doing? Sure you are doing great. Today, I am launching my podcast and here is the link to the podcast: anchor.fm/similoluwa. You can also read the post on managing pressure. Pressure is not a palatable experience. I have experienced it and every one of us have faced pressure at one point or the other in our lives. It could be pressure from work, family, pressure to conceive…

FRANCINE RIVERS: REDEEMING LOVE (for those who hurt and hunger)

When I started reading Redeeming Love, I was reminded that genuine love only exist in Christ. This genuine love was bestowed on the protagonist, Sarah, a typical innocent girl who goes through abuse, hurt, pain among others. Her various experiences changed her name. Can you imagine that? Which experience do you have that has changed your name? Let me remind you that outside Christ exists pain and love and only Christ can heal wounds no matter how deep and ugly.…

14 LESSONS FROM STEPHEN KENDRICK’S FIREPROOF

Hi everyone, welcome back to Palacedaughter. Today, I am doing a repost, which is about a popular movie titled Fireproof by Stephen Kendrick. I hope this few lessons help improve your relationship. Below are few lessons: Communication is important in Marriage: Learn to express yourself, speak to your partner about what you like, dislike and need. A man needs respect: A man needs respect, he can get every other thing from anywhere, but he needs respect from his wife. He…

36 BEAUTIFUL QUOTES FROM MYLES MUNROE’S WAITING AND DATING

Hi everyone,welcome back to Palacedaughter. I am glad its Friday and am sure you are happy too. I wish you a great weekend. This weekend, I would love to share with you an interesting subject matter. Do you know there are many myths about waiting and dating? It has led so many astray and endless bitterness.Here Myles Munroe debunked those myths and I would love to share with you. Below are Quotes about Waiting and Dating. “Habits and attitudes established…

4 LESSONS FROM GEORGE WASHINGTON’S FAREWELL SPEECH.

In 1796, as his second term in office drew to a close, President George Washington chose not to seek re-election unlike some of African Presidents who equate longevity in office as enduring legacy. Mindful of the precedent his overstay in office will be, he feared that if he were to die while in office, Americans would henceforth begin to view the presidency as a lifetime appointment. Instead, he decided to step down, providing the standard of a two term limit. Washington…

FOLLOWING YOUR PASSION IS SELFISHNESS AND IMPRACTICAL

Good morning everyone. I woke up this morning with so much joy. Why? Because I was about to post again after about one month of not posting since the blog was being worked upon. During that period, I lost touch with blogging and could not take it anymore at a point. I was really feeling sad and anxious. That’s how much blogging has become my lifestyle. I want to apologize for not posting over a period of time. It was…

THE LESSONS I LEARNT WHEN I WASN’T EXACTLY LEARNING

It’s about 60minutes to the clock of an additional year for me and I’m kind of in-between reflection and jubilation. The last 365 days of my life has been one filled with numerous adventures and decision points and I really do believe that the ability and willingness to learn, unlearn and relearn should be everyone’s dearest virtue. One thing I’m certain of is the fact the last one year has been laced with great wins but at the same time…