The One With Other Blogs

The One With Other Blogs

So, instead of writing my own post today I decided to link two posts that mentioned my blog/referred to my posts that I really enjoyed. One is a quiz- it was super fun to take and I thought you would enjoy taking it too. I got lifestyle blogger- let me know what you got in the comments below. In the second post, Meghal mentioned I was one of her favourite bloggers which is so sweet and such an honour. Do check out her wonderful post and blog.

I hope you enjoy both wonderful blogs 🙂

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New Word #16: Words Recently Learned

Really enjoyed learning some new words from this post and decided to share it with you guys so we can learn them together 😁

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sprightly: lively; full of energy. I learned this word from Pooja here. It also shows up in William Wordsworth’s poem, “Along the margin of a bay:/Ten thousand saw I at a glance,/Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.”

bugbear: a cause of obsessive fear, irritation, or loathing. I learned this word from Pooja here.

calisthenics: gymnastic exercises to achieve bodily fitness and grace of movement. I learned this word from Heterodox Buddhist here.

sitch: a situation or state of affairs, usually a bad situation. I learned this word from Bonnyword Manor here. This word is not to be confused with snitch, which means to secretly tell someone in authority that someone else has done something bad, often in order to cause trouble.

plink: a short, sharp, metallic or ringing sound.
tendril: A slender threadlike appendage of a climbing plant. I learned…

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Blog tour highlights and Poetry

Blog tour highlights and Poetry

So excited for the live release! If you haven’t already checked out Jude’s blog and this book I would highly recommend doing so immediately.

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Author Me (Jude Itakali) 14/05/2021

Hi everyone. It’s just under three days to the live release of my new book; CROSSROADS (Winds of love) on Amazon.

In this post, I’ll be sharing clips from the Pre-order blog promotion tour. The blogs and websites that hosted and promoted this book are amazing so I hope you read on and explore them.

I’ve written and placed some poetry within this post, which is close to a few themes that are found in the book.

The ocean rages and the falls cascade
Thrills rise, then plummet to impetuous depths
And I think of you
Where once there was love
Now pain remains

If you have been following my blog for a while you probably know that I really admire Jude’s blog and I am a huge fan of his writing. I was so happy to hear that he had put out…

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Black History Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

Black History Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

Really great information in this post- I would definitely recommend giving it a read.

Tiani Angela

Happy Friday everyone! I hope all is well with you all. I’m feeling pretty good myself. As we near the end of February also known as Black History Month, I wanted to share a few lesser-known and interesting facts about Black History. This is a month that reflects and pays tribute to the achievements of generations of African Americans.


“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

1.) The Black population in the United States went from being 4.8 million residents in 1870 to 43.8 million in 2018.

2.) Black History Month was originally started and celebrated as Negro History Week in 1926 by Carter G Woodson. He chose the second week of February specifically because it covered the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln (February 12th) and Frederick Douglass (February 14th).

3.) The late…

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Interview With Mama Z

Interview With Mama Z


As mentioned on one of my earlier posts I have decided to include interviews to the category of things I would like to post on lifesfinewhine. I think it’s a great way to support smaller blogs and help them get their blog out there to a larger audience. This is my first interview with Mama Z and I am super excited to share it with you guys! I decided to add some questions about blogging and some fun ones just to keep the mood a little light towards the end. Hope you enjoy them!


1. Thanks so much for being a part of this interview! Please tell us a little bit about your blog, what it is about and why you decided to start blogging? 
Click on this link  here to read what inspires my blog and my work on you tube….Once you have read this answer let me know thank you…
2. What are your favourite things about blogging? 
Blogging is a peaceful and quiet outlet I can blog in the quiet moments without bothering a soul that is my favorite thing about blogging…
3. What made you interested in Divine Energy Readings? 
I was told I by a friend of mine who does the same thing that I would be working as a reader and now I am a reader…I always had a gift but never realized I would be using it to help others…I am a psychic life coach part time and function as a pseudo counselor…With six years of college under my belt I am not a licensed professional so I always do refer callers in need of more professional help to seek professional help…To get an idea of what a reading is like with me check out my testimonials page…Here…
4. From your blog it seems like you are quite spiritual. What inspired this and what does faith and spirituality mean to you?
I was raised to be spiritual and thought that being spiritual was a normal thing for everyone…I spoke to God and God spoke to me every day of my life as a wild Irish Child and to this day…I am aware as an adult that not everyone is spiritual being spiritual is my normal my natural…
5. You are also a traditional Irish musician which is absolutely fascinating. What got you interested in traditional Irish music?
I learned how to play traditional Irish music from my father and this music is a gift passed down throughout the centuries from my lineage which is the Princes of Breifne of the Tribe of Dan…You can enjoy my many talents on this link below as an indigenous Irish Artist…
6. What is your favourite food?
I absolutely love Bacon and my favorite desert is Flan
7. What is one of your favourite memories?
A cape cod vacation I took with my son…
8. Do you have any new goals or resolutions for 2021 and if so what are they?
Loose weight and grow my blog and YouTube audiences…
9. What is your favourite quote? 
“The Lord Causeth The Rain To Fall On The Just” Sacred Scriptures
10. Thanks again for answering the questions and please feel free to add anything you would like to share with the readers. 
Pooja, it was a pleasure to answer all of your questions.
I really hope you enjoyed the interview and if you did take a minute to check out her blog by clicking here.
If you would like to be interviewed please send me your name (optional), the name of your blog and a link to your blog via email to
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Blogger’s Confessions With Pooja From Lifesfinewhine

Blogger’s Confessions With Pooja From Lifesfinewhine

I want to thank Zainab for having me on her wonderful blog and I really hope you guys take minute to read the interview!

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Hey everyone it’s Zainab welcome or welcome back to the blog! I feel like it’s been a long time since I’ve done a Blogger’s Confessions post! Today, I’ll be interviewing Pooja from Lifesfinewhine! We talk all about blogging and growth! Let’s jump into it!

1) Thanks for agreeing to be interviewed Pooja! Let’s start with talking about your blog growth. Now, you are probably one of the most popular bloggers I’ve ever seen with over 18K followers! How long have you been blogging and what would advice would you want to give to new bloggers who grow like you?
Thanks so much for having me on your blog! I have been blogging since 2015 and I think the advice I would give to other bloggers is to be patient. Statistically the majority of people who create a blog stop blogging in the first couple of months and I think…

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23 Things I’ve Learned in 23 Years

So a really awesome fellow blogger and fellow Taurus decided to do the 23 things I’ve learned in 23 years post for her birthday post! I totally agree with her life lessons and absolutely had to share her wisdom with you guys! Don’t forget to go over to her post and wish her a happy belated birthday!

Tiani Angela

Hi guys! Happy 4th! I hope everyone is having a great day. Today is my 23rd birthday! #TaurusSeason! I’ve had a really good day for having a quarantined birthday. I am so grateful.

An amazing blogger Pooja, of Lifesfinewhine has also just celebrated a birthday and she posted 23 Lessons in 23 Years. You should definitely go check her out. I got the idea from her! I hope you enjoy!

1. You’re never fully ready for anything.

No matter what, it seems like life always has another challenge for me. There’s never really any preparation you just have to do your best. I had a baby last year and I wasn’t even close to ready. Fast forward and Isaiah is the best thing that’s ever happened to me.

2. You cant satisfy everyone.

I spent a lot of time worrying about a lot about what other people thought instead of…

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How To Care For People In Your Life With Mental Health Problems

Huge thank you to Mio for having me on his amazing blog! Check out the guest post I did for his blog called How To Care For People In Your Life With Mental Health Problems.

Mentally Ill In America

Thanks a million to Pooja of, for making this amazing guest post! I thoroughly enjoy Pooja’s lifestyle blog, and highly recommend that you check it out!

Unfortunately, there is still a lot of stigma around mental health and people that suffer from mental illnesses. There is a lot of lack of proper information when it comes to mental health as well as a lot of misinformation. This makes it very difficult for not only those suffering from mental health problems but those that have people in their lives that suffer from mental health problems. Here are some ways to help people in your life that is suffering from mental health problems

Just be there– Sometimes just being there for them can have a huge impact on someone’s life. Try to listen to them when they want to talk or help them with the little things that they…

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An Interview With Nurse Tasha

Read this awesome post by Tiani and had to reblog it! Her sister is actually a nurse and is working hard during this pandemic to save lives. Check out the interview she did with her sister as well as the information listed about healthcare. And if you want to see a part two of the interview be sure to leave some questions for her sister in the comments!

Tiani Angela

This post is sponsored by :DP HealthNow 

Did you guys know that Tuesday, April 7th was World Health Day? A day that recognizes nurses, midwives, and other health care workers. I thought it would be cool to actually interview a nurse. Luckily for me, my sister is one of the nurses working on the front lines. We are all so proud of her! img_8646

Before we get into it, I want to give a huge thank you to :DP HealthNow for providing me with a membership.

Now more than ever, we are worried about our health. Telemedicine is a good choice because you can stay home and receive care virtually. It is recommended by the CDC that instead of leaving the house and risking infection, people should call or video chat with a doctor using a service like Teladoc!

:DP HealthNow is powered by, America’s #1 online marketplace for dental…

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How To Maintain Balance In Your Life While At University

University is one of those things where if you let it, it can really consume all your time. It’s easy to fall into a pattern of only focusing on work and putting all the other important things in your life on the back burner. However, this is not exactly healthy because you need to have balance in your life because if you don’t have balance it’s easy to get exhausted, suffer from mental health problems and even physical problems. Here are some ways that can help you bring balance to your life while at university:

  1. Plan everything/keep a schedule– I would highly recommend getting a planner or scheduling your time in other ways. It will help to organise your time so that you don’t end up spending too much time on one thing and not enough on another. 
  2. Take…

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