6 Practical Side Gig / Side Hustle Ideas for 2021

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Happy New Year, friends! I would have hyped you all for the new year, but let me just keep hush and not jinx 2021 with too much excitement. I’ve got a great blog post today to ginger us to start 2021 on the right foot by adding an extra income stream or two. The year 2020 caught us unawares, but what is that thing they say about being “once bitten”? Yep, you know the rest of it. Well, as the nilz girl that I am, I have created a list of side gig ideas so that if you ever get that pink slip and lose your main source of income, you’d at least be able to put food on the table. The other bills may not be paid, and the lights may be out and what not, but hey, as long as we fed, we happy, right? Sike, just kidding.

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Life Updates Since I’ve Been “Away”

I blinked for like one millisecond and just like that two solid months have passed since I last posted on the blog. No, it wasn’t intentional. I just said let me close my eyes and open it small, and then fiam, November appeared. I wrote many blog posts while I was “away”, but I just never posted them. Don’t ask me why, because me sef, I don’t know the answer. So let me gist you on what has been going on with me.

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Would You Still Remain Honest if I Offered You $10 Million Dollars?

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Nothing was going to stop Retty from slaying her wedding reception. Sis was ready to give it to them in her perfect custom-made bedazzled red lace dress. After the designer did her magic on the dress, she sent a picture to Retty. It was oh so perfect! Only problem was… after paying for the dress in full, Retty waited and waited and called and called. The dress don enter voicemailit was a no-show. Finally after her wedding, Retty saw a picture of a famous Nigerian actress in her perfect red dress. The designer had sold it to the actress for who-knows-how-many-times more! Who would have thunk?

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6 Things I’d Change with My Magic Koboko If I Moved Back to Nigeria

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A few months ago, I wrote a post on the reasons I want to move back to home, sweet home. But let’s be real, as much as I have fond memories of home, and miss authentic suya and alladat, there are many reasons why moving back would be real real tough. So today, let’s just pretend that I have a magic koboko that can fix the unfixables. Here are 6 things I’d so badly want to make happen in Nigeria. 

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