Tips on How To Run With Endurance

IMG_2530Running should help to distress, not add to our stress. When I first started running as a workout, I couldn’t get my mind off how stressful and how long the race ahead was. “Act like you’re holding an egg”, I was told, but my mind couldn’t travel anywhere but on how painful and uncomfortable running felt. Talking didn’t help either, since that helped keep me out of breath. Today, I will be sharing with you guys my tips on running with endurance and persistence.

1). Pray:- This just has to be the first on this list. Not because I feel a moral obligation to place it first as a Christian but because of the healing powers I’ve seen. Praying is literally my favorite thing to do when running. Running can not only be a physical wellness but a spiritual one, too. Not only do I feel such a relaxing sense of relief and love because I’m in communication with my father, but I often even forget about the stress of the run itself because I’m so focused on talking to and listening to and getting from God.

2). Be your own cheerleader: Now I’m not saying wear your mini skirt and hold your pom poms high (or whatever the male version of this is). What I mean by be your own cheerleader is that you need to learn to and get in the habit of cheering yourself on. Tell yourself that you can do it, recite to yourself that what you have left to do isn’t as much as what you’ve done. Remind yourself of your future “bikini body” (If this your thang), and of your goals and motivations and the reason why you’re running in the first place.

3). If you are a music lover, discover a new artist or an old school one you’ve never listened to (or remember hearing of as a child) and listen to a whole album. I have noticed that music with fast beats are more energy intensive and encouraging when running.

4). Plan your day or week: This is a good time, if you love organizing and can do so without writing or visual aids, to figure out your schedule/plan on the things that you have to do.

5). Retrospect/Prospect on yourself and your growth: I enjoy looking at my growth in retrospect as I visualize what how I can prospectively grow. Doing this while running can help keep you encouraged either because you’ve being doing the right thing according to your standards (hence, you what to continue), or go even harder if you’ve been slacking.

Thank you so much for reading my blog post, I pray this encourages and blesses you as you continue to pursue growth in your health and physical life.

P.S: Shout out to Lata for the beautiful picture above!

Nigerian Jollof Rice Recipe

The battle of the Jollof’s is a huge ever-going feud between west African countries, especially since the invention of social media. If you ask me, Nigeria’s Jollof is the best, but then again, I’m biased. At the end of the day, you can never make everyone happy, you’re not Jollof rice!

Today, as a closure to my month long Food Blogging Month Special, I will be sharing with you my current favorite recipe- the Nigerian Jollof Rice Recipe which is also known as “Party Jollof”



  • Bell pepper
  • Onions
  • Habanero Pepper
  • Tomatoes
  • Olive Oil

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My Fried Egg Recipe

Hey, Loves! I am quite excited to share with you guys my Fried Egg Recipe! You can have my eggs with some Yam, Plantain, Bread, and the list can go on and on!


Frying pan

Chopping board





  • Olive oil
  • Onions (optional)
  • Habanero pepper (optional)
  • Eggs

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My Macaroni Recipe

Hey, Lovelies! Today, I will be sharing with you guys my macaroni recipe. I am not a ‘mac and cheese’ lover because I am yet to have one that soothes my taste, but that does not mean that I don’t love macaroni. I love macaroni, especially Elbow Macaronis and ever since I was young, macaroni has being cooked in a particularly delicious way that I am so excited to share with you!



Elbow macaroni (or whichever one you prefer)

Maggi (seasoning)

Sazon Goya Seasoning

Bell pepper


Habanero Pepper


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Sweet Potato and Plantain Pottage Recipe

After my sister looked through my blog, she said that most of my recipes are rice related, and so, today, I have decided to do something different, with non rice and this is absolutely delicious. I am so proud of this meal that just thinking about it makes me want to go make some more.





Palm Oil


Stock fish

Cray fish

Seasoning (maggi)


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Ayamase Stew Recipe

Who said “green” had to be bitter? That was so not Ayamase. With today’s recipe, you are getting nothing but deliciousness with a bonus of healthy!

So for todays recipe, you want to star with you green peppers. I’ll be using both Green Bell pepper and Green Habanero pepper.


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