All posts filed under: Awards

The Creative Blog Award

I am honored to have been nominated by the lovely Mira of Admirably Legal for the Creative Blog Award!ย  Had she not nominated me, she would definitely be one of my nominees!!ย  Her blog is not only uplifting, but her fashion sense and penchant for recognizing not only domestic, but global fashion trends is admirably unique–pun intended. :-).ย  Definitely check her out! Creative Blog Award, ย The Rules: Post the link of the blog that provided you with the nomination and give thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚ Share 5 facts about yourself. Nominate 10 other blogs and provide their links in your post. Contact each of the 10 nominees via their blogs, Facebook , or other forms of social media informing them of their nomination. Provide the rules to your nominees (feel free to copy these rules directly). 5 Fun Facts About Me: I am Christian. I was born overseas and lived in 13 countries before the age of 10. I’m a full-time attorney who happens to love hair, makeup, fashion, food, and empowering the underdog! People who know …

The One Lovely Blog Award!

“They love me, they really love me!”ย  Aww, shucks! Happy Monday, guys! This day keeps getting better! Not only did I receive excellent news at work, I ย was voted for the โ€œOne Lovely Blog Awardโ€ (OLBA) by the lovely D’arcy of Crazy4Coconut and the lovely Maggi of CluelessCurl! The purpose of this award is to show appreciation and give recognition to small or new bloggers/blogs and reach more viewers. The rules for the OLBA are simple: Thank and link the person(s) who nominated you List rules and display the award. Share 7 facts about yourself. Nominate 15 Bloggers & comment on their posts to let them know they have been nominated.ย – ( I do not know 15 โ€œsmallโ€ or new blogs to nominate so I shall nominate 10). My facts are: I’m a dual citizen. I would’ve been a triple citizen, but that’s typically frowned upon, so I had to choose one country to give up.ย  I’m still a triple citizen in my heart though! I was born in Nigeria, spent my childhood mostly in …