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Romance meets life..

Imagine if you could find relationship tips, celebrity news, sports updates, love stories, lifestyle articles, viral videos and opinion pieces all in one blog. Well, you can! Romance Meets Life is in fact more than a blog; it is an online magazine for purpose-driven, upwardly mobile Nigerian women- and their men. By keeping up a steady supply of articles on relationships, love, sex, lifestyle, celebrities, pop culture, and society, Myne Whitman has succeeded in creating a virtual community out of her blog. Featuring her enlightening, educative and entertaining articles, as well as those contributed by several writers, this blogger encourages readers to reach out to each other, offering loads of support, prayer and practical advice. First time visitors to this blog will find it easy to catch up fast; the “New? Start Here” section helps new readers navigate the blog easily, with links to “About RML”, “Relationship Articles”, “Family and Parenting”, “Infertility Topics”, “Hair Journey”, – even “Recipes and Menu Ideas”! There are countless gems to be found on this blog, including “6 Unconventional Tips That Could Save Your Marriage”, “7 Ways To Always Be A Lover To Your Husband”, and “Basketmouth and Elsie Okpocha; A Happy Wife Gives A Happy Home”. We found the article, “20 Things Every Woman in Her 20s Must Know” by Jennifer Ehidiamen instructive, and this excerpt from “Teju Babyface and Tobi Banjoko – Real Love Story” was also an eye opener. “Still, when I read about Teju Babyface’s comments on why he chose Tobi Banjoko to be his wife, I was touched by his candour.  ‘Before she came along, I was panicking; panicked as to how I would marry. Because you see, I was getting older, and there was nobody out there I wanted to marry. I really panicked. If I look at the list of everybody that I have met in the past years, they didn’t seem to be anybody that I wanted to marry. And I thought to myself that if I lived for thirty something years and I haven’t found a woman, what are the chances of me finding her next year, or in the next two or three years. And she just came along, and solved that problem. I am not marrying her because she’s beautiful or because she makes me feel somehow. I am just comfortable with her. We are supposed to be married. It’s just like that.’ I was seriously laughing at the point where he said he was panicking. Who says men don’t get marriage fever too? I wonder if Teju Babyface told his fiancee all this?” If you enjoy commenting on posts, this is a great blog for you, as the contributors love engaging with their audience, so comments and discussions are encouraged. In fact, some women in distress actually write in counting on readers to drop potentially life-saving advice in the comment section. Take this young lady who sent in a letter-article, “Wanting to Wait”, for instance: “I’ve been refreshing your page all day. Lol. Thanks so much. I appreciate that you get where I’m coming from with my fears. I’m on standby for your reader’s comments. Thanks a lot. God bless…” What are you waiting for? Your counsel and love may be just what someone needs. Check it out!…Need it? Search it, Find it!

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This article was first published on 20th June 2013 and updated on August 10th, 2013 at 6:16 pm


Joy Ehonwa is an editor and a writer who is passionate about relationships and personal development. She runs Pinpoint Creatives, a proofreading, editing, transcription and ghostwriting service. Email: pinpointcreatives [at]

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