It’s the ultimate TGIF! this weekend and nothing makes Nigerians happier than a weekend flowing into a 2-day public holiday. The weekend which signifies the end of the 29 -30 day Muslim Ramadan fast is a cause for celebration for both Muslims and non- Muslims.
For the non-Muslims, this is a much anticipated holiday and would be spent catching up on insane hours of sleep, all things fun and family and definitely not work (wish that was true for all of us ). Just the thought that we won’t be on the road in traffic at 6.am Monday is orgasmic, pardon my French. Sure you got the picture…
So, in order for enjoyment to kill you this amazing 5 -day break, here are a couple of ideas and suggestions you can take advantage of;
Sleep, sleep, sleep and my people, even more sleep
Trust me, your brain and body would thank you for it.
Attend Akpororo Vs Akpororo on Sunday
It speaks for itself.
Spend quality time with your family
Simply because family is everything and they deserve every moment you spend with them, whether you all are sprawled in front of the television or out at a park or cinema having a good time.
Tick something off your to-do list
It’s a holiday. Yeah Sure, but this doesn’t mean it’s all fun and games. Check out your mental list of thing you always wanted to do and make sure you tick off at least two of these tasks.
Give and receive TLC
If you are married or in a relationship, this is for you. Use this opportunity to lean back, relax and just be taken care of and do the same for your partner.If you’re not in any sort of relationship, it applies to you also, get a manicure, finally go to the spa, eat something you’ve been craving. Whatever it is, make sure it makes you feel good afterward.
Chill with friends
The major emphasis in this article is relaxation and for just one reason, Someone cannot come and go and die abeg. Hang out with your friends, hit new spots in town.
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