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ShopMissA review : Beauty $1 store

Hey lovelies, you all know how am an online shopping addict. Am sorry, I can't help myself. The good news is am a wise spender. *Shines teeth. I know this because anytime I shop and am about to check out, I screen my cart and remove all the things I really don't need just to stay on a budget. It really helps.
Before I moved to Denver, I did not shop for my move. When I got here I realized I didn't have enough jewelry and stuff. Luckily I ran across ShopMissA.com and I decided to do some jewelry shopping. It was irresistible cause everything was a dollar. I bought quite a number of jewelry but I would share my best ones with you. Get ready to drool.

I love these rings, it came in a pack together and I decided to wear them together. I mean no need to separate them. They are absolutely gorgeous. I love the earth tone color on two of the rings. It is so beautiful.
I fell in love with this earring set when I saw the pictures on the site. They looked so adorable. I think it'…

New found love: how I eat my Shin Ramyun

Hey lovelies, I am in love with a gourmet spicy noodle called Shin Ramyum noodle soup. Since I moved  to Denver, I miss my regular Indomie noodles that couldn't travel with me. I thought all hope was lost until I ran into my newly found love. It has 250 calories per pack, absolutely no cholesterol, no Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) and no trans fat. It is enriched with proteins, dietary fiber, iron, sodium and little carbohydrate. As a typical yoruba girl, I am expected to like very peppery and spicy foods, but pepper isn't really my thing. This noodles is perfect for my tongue because its not peppery but very spicy.
The way I make this noodles is slightly different from how I make my regular Indomie noodles. I prefer to cook it on a hot surface rather than a microwave.
Step 1: Boil 550ml of water (2 medium cups) in a pot till it reaches its boiling point (100 degrees celsius)
Step 2: Add noodles to boiling water( you can decide to break in into tiny pieces or leave it long, depe…

My experience at Gasparilla 2015!!

So I decided to go for one of the best festival this weekend and it was awesome. It is the only festival that allows drinking on the road (some wet zones), lots of shouting, lots of beads thrown by pirates. It was so much fun. Lots of jaw dropping dressed girls ( shorts were bum exposing) and I ran into this Harley Davidson bike.... AWESOME!!! I almost got on it, but I didn't. So basically Gasparilla is a pirate festival that celebrates Jose Gapar who was a mythical Spanish pirate captain that operated in Southwest FL. Everyone in Tampa is really friendly, lots of dudes with beards, I love. I met one dude that asked if we spoke english in Nigeria, I was dumb founded. He was from Maine, I guess he doesn't go out much.
The food wasn't so good, I mean it was a terrible imitation of my precious Jollof rice. Hunger was real so I had to eat it all. I took pictures of a lot of people and random things too. I got a total of 17 beads, some people has close to 50 beads round their.…