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Vincent Ehindero Award (II)

I got nominated again for this award!

I want to thank Emmanuel Eromonsele for nominating me for this award.

Let’s meet Emmanuel!

Emmanuel is an avid travel blogger. He explores everything about travel and destinations in Nigeria. From art galleries, museums, cultural centres, and monuments to fun spots, beaches, and many more popular destinations.

If you want to explore amazing destinations in Nigeria, I would advise you to check out his blog because I am sure he would have something for you.

Click here to check out his blog and delve into his world.

The Rules

  1. Thank the person who nominated you with a link to their blog.
  2. Make a post of the award (with a photo of the logo).
  3. Post the rules
  4. Ask 5-10 questions of your choice.
  5. Nominate 10-30 other bloggers (or more) and notify them.

Q & A Sessions

It’s time to answer the questions he has for me.

1Q: What’s on your mind?

Nothing much, I am thinking about compiling a list of blog ideas for this month. I am also pondering about lesson topics I need to pre-record for my online tutoring in advance.

2Q. What activities inspire you to feel like you are living your life to the fullest?

I feel most alive when I am teaching. Nothing ignites one’s soul than answering your divine calling, and for me, that’s teaching.

3Q. Three things that make you happy?

Three things that bring me instant happiness are good food, credit alerts, and rain.😍

4Q. How do you think your future self will remember your current self?

I thing my future self will remember my current self as a brave woman who found the courage to live her life on her own terms.

5Q. If today were the last day of your life, what would you be proudest of?

If today was the last day of my life, I would be so proud of myself for finding the courage to fall in love with the most amazing man, I would be proud of how much I have done with my blog, I will be proud of all the kids I have impacted over the years but most important of all, I would be proud of finding my purpose and making something of my little life.

6Q. If you could teach the entire world just one concept, what would it be?


Love is a concept so simple but highly misunderstood, so innocent yet easily weaponised, so fragile yet strong.

Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive. — Dalai Lama

7Q. How many countries have you visited?


8Q. What’s the farthest you’ve been away from home?

That would be 649 km – the distance from Lagos to Niger state.

9Q. What country is still on your bucket list?

I have a ton of them, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, France, Italy, The Maldives, Indonesia, Canada….and the list goes on.

10Q. If they were to ever make a movie about one or all of your adventures, what would the title and plot summary be?

Crossing Paths

Crossing paths is a story of disappointment, mystery, hope, and redemption.

What started as a not-so-fun, horrible and hellish ride for the city blogger, Ria, when she decided to accept her country’s mandatory service posting to a remote community soon became an unexpected myriad of experiences as she delves into a world unknown to her.

In pursuit of finding meaning in her new world, she crosses paths with a few people that open a castle of hidden stories within her which ultimately changes her life forever.

My Nominees are:

All my followers🤗

Feel free to accept my nomination and wow me with your responses.

Note: My Questions for you are the same as above.

What’s your favourite response of mine? Kindly let me know in the comment section.

Have a wonderful day!❤

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