Want to discover some helpful hair tips? Get insights into wardrobe essentials? or even discover your next travel destination? Then, there are a handful of blogs from Nigerian women that will keep you covered on all these topics. These blogs are not only informative but also have the propensity to be your favourite pastimes.
Here are five of them below:
Cassie Daves also know as Cassandra Ikegbune, is a medical doctor and a lifestyle blogger. She utilizes blogging as a tool to vent about her life as a doctor and how much of a drudgery it can be. As a lover of books and poetry, style and travel, Cassie also expresses herself in these areas on her blog, making it a Lifestyle one in every sense of the word. Newbie bloggers would also find this blog beneficial because it has a unique feature called Cassie Daves blog planner – a tool to help bloggers plan their content.
After bagging two first class degrees and a Masters from the University of Cambridge, Kachi started corporate life as a lawyer but has proved that there is always room for more than one passion, she choose to express it as a blogger. Kachytee.com is a lighthearted and educative blog covering a broad range of topics mostly relating to women including fashion, food, motherhood, relationship, career, travel, and blogging.
While a sophomore in Harvard University, Ijeoma Kola turned to Youtube as a medium to express herself being the only one on campus with a unique hairstyle. With the increasing workload that came with getting a PhD from Columbia University, Ijeoma soon found blogging as a much easier way to convey her thoughts. Today, she blogs about hair, style, travel and even grad school.
As a student of Chemistry, Ifeoma Amadi did no fail to broaden her horizon, venturing into the blogosphere and securing a niche for herself as a style connoisseur. Through her blog, drapedinbasics.com, Ifeoma shows you how to dot your i’s and cross your t’s when it comes to dressing to look good. She also documents her adventures as a Lagosian and shares finance nuggets on the blog.
Nonye ‘Nayonde’ Anne Udeogu is another blogger showing how much of an expressive medium blogging can be. Through her experience as a fashion consultant, digital marketer, content creator, and shopaholic, she shares useful tips ranging from fashion to lifestyle. Nonye doesn’t just want you to be fashionable but also wants you to be individualistic in your approach!