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Obsessed over Apó



Hey guys, I hope your day is going great so far! Today we are talking trend, in this case, apó also known as raffia, straw or wicker. These bags are everywhere on Instagram making them highly trendy. This trend has really been on for two years and I am just jumping on them, it's really not late to jump on them if you have not copped one yet feel free to hop on the trend causes it seems they are not going anywhere anytime soon. They scream summer, it just has a way of reminding me of the beach, it can easily be transitioned from the beach to street. Are you loving the trend? Surely I am.


They are so versatile, they can be worn with any outfit; styled with a tee and jeans or a maxi dress, anything would work. Its neutral texture makes it easy to wear it with anything screaming summer. They are also a statement piece because people really be looking anytime I rock it. I had one of my friends ask me if I wanted to use it to fetch water lol.


I am just here to tell you that this bag is a summer staple. Apart from the bag having summer all over it, it also gives off a retro vibe. Since I got it, I have literally carried everywhere.

Just in case you want to be a part of this trend you can cop your bag from @theadellah on Twitter and Instagram.


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Road trip to Osun




Happy new month beautiful people, hope your day has been great so far! So I took a road trip to Osun state and I am here to tell you all about it. It was an official trip turned excursion. So basically I told my bosses that I want to do more of site engineering than structural engineering and they were like cool, we going to Osun the next day.


My journey started around 8am, stopped somewhere in Ibadan for a meal, I was expecting the meal to be half the price because people say Ibadan is the cheaper version of Lagos apparently they were lying. By 12 noon I got to Ile-Ife (OAU) for a quick meeting, then I thought to myself I have a secondary school friend that goes to the university so I decided to text her, lo and behold she was around, she was actually heading for a lecture but she cancelled to come to see me because I was supposed to be leaving for a site visit in 30 minutes, we got carried away with our gist that we walked far away, before I got back to the car pack my Project manger already left me. I decided to use that time to tour OAU and damn that uni is big! By the time I was done with my tour my PM was back to pick me up, then we headed to Ilesha where the real work was at. All I did was measure plots of lands and figure out if the lands were feasible for construction, easy right? Yeah, I know! So that's what I travelled the distance for.


I enjoyed my trip, Osun is beautiful, I loved the scenery, it has a lot of geographic aesthetics and details.

On my way back home, the stars were following me, I named one of it phebz. I lost it by the time I got to Ibadan, I hope to see it again.

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