Six (6) Essential Things You Should Never Leave the House Without.

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It's been a busy week for me and I've had to rush out of the house most of the time.

Despite this fact I made sure I always had what I call my ESSENTIALS with me. These guys have a way of making my day easier, no matter how stressful it is.

I honestly think everyone should have if not all, but at least one of them with them every day and to anywhere.

I know you'd like to know what they are, So I'm going to share them with you 

1. My Wallet: 

My wallet contains all my bank cards and identification cards.

You should have it with you all the time because you never can tell when you'll need to show an identification. 


2. A Hand Sanitizer 

After a handshake I use it, when I step out of a cab I use it, after visiting the rest room I use it. 

You should have this with you at all times because it kills germs that could cause severe health damage


3. A Mini Oil Perfume
Your Scent is your Silent Identity which is why you need to smell nice all the time.

There's always one in my bag, for a retouch before stepping into a new place, when there's a bad odour lingering around. 

It's an essential item you must have. Their prices range from N500 - N100k or even more. You can get the one that fits your budget to ensure you smell nice at all times.

I got my invictus from @lavishandluxaccessories on IG. They have a wide variety you can choose from.



4. A Pen

I make sure I always have a pen with me, for times when I need to take down an address or give my contact address, sign a document, take down an instruction and also for the times when I receive Inspiration I put into writing.

Having a pen with you at all times gives an aura of seriousness and preparedness. Never leave your house without one.




5. My Sunglasses

I'm very particular about protecting my skin from the sun. Since sunscreen can't be used on the eyes or around it and sunglasses can, I take my sunglasses to any and every where I go to.

 If you think they aren't important you're wrong, they protect the eyes and the skin around the eyes from Ultra Violet (UV) Sunday damage.

I'm very fancy with my sunglasses as you can see so it doubles as a fashion accessory for me.

6. My Charger: 
I'm always on my phone, especially when I'm waiting in a queue or for an appointment or when I'm reading a novel or chatting on social media so my battery tends to run down faster than it should.

I always take my charger with me to anywhere so that I can  recharge my phone and to avoid being stranded or told no when I ask for another person's own.



So that's it for today guys. I hope you've been able to learn a few things from this post. If you have any suggestions leave a comment. Feel free to share

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Sunday Motivation: Enough is Enough

Hi Lovelies and welcome back to Life Being Vade. 

So it's the Second Sunday in the year and it clearly shows that we are moving forward to greater heights. 

Today's Service was Powerful and it was Tagged Enough is Enough!!

The message hit me real hard. My case of Enough is Enough is in connection with Repetitive Cycles. There were a lot of things I personally used to take for granted, and it'll reoccur but I won't take any action about it.

It wasn't until recently that God through the Holy Spirit opened my eyes to see that those happenings weren't ordinary and they had become a repetitive cycle. What did I do? I tabled it before my Maker and He put a Stop to it.

One of such occurrences was my losing something precious to me or my money being stolen whenever I was happy. The devil would attack and I'd be sad for days and weeks .


This started happening as far back as I was seven and continued annually till I was 19, when I got tired of it and Said Enough was Enough, I went ahead and put it into prayer and it stopped.

This is my personal experience and testimony. 

Now, let's look at an example of A biblical personality. The woman with the issue of Blood who bled for 12 years straight. She got tired of her condition (Enough is Enough) after seeking help and went after Jesus, with a conviction in her heart that if she may but touch the hem of his garment, she'll be whole. Matt 9:20-21, Mark 5:25-34, Luke 8:43-48


You can also read the story of Jabez 1 Chro 4:9-10, when Jabez got fed up of his situation and cried out to God to change his Story and God did. 

So, it's one thing to identify your problem and it's another to determine that it has to come to an end. God has given us the keys of the kingdom of Heaven to bind and loose at will (Matt 16:19)

So l say to you Today
I don't know what that affliction or problem is
It may be bad health
It may be failure
It may be depression
It may be a generational curse
It may be stagnation
It may be near success syndrome 

What ever the case is
The word of the Lord has come today saying Enough is Enough to that affliction!!

I pray you have a fruitful and blessed week.

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