Ride home With Jay

Hey guys,

Its been a while yeah?

So sorry i have been AWOL, work has been quite hectic.

Remember how i started pillow talk and i explained to you guys it was because i had to put the kids to bed before i can vlog since they always want to be featured in the video? Well i finally decided to give my son Jay some spot light.

He is one of those kids that can ask you “why” 50times per second and believe me, he always has something to say about everything. So this video is to try out if the camera loves him as much as he loves the camera.

Please watch and enjoy our ride home from work/school and please let us know if you will like to see more of Jay on camera.


Have you ever had a “bitch please” moment?

You know one of those times when someone doesn’t know your “craze” is just buffering and they “try you”, well i have had so many and i decided to share one of them with you.

Share yours in the comment section below i know you are not saint, lol.

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This is a rant video, feel free to disagree with me, but i just think sometimes it is better to do somethings yourself.

Have you ever had a similar experience? Please share with me, and remember to share with your friends.

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Ladypreneur Interview With Zainab Opeloye- Creative Director of Tosho Woods Part 1

Team Tosho Woods, where you at?

Most of you actually know the brand, but how many of you know the amiable personalty behind that brand?

We bring you Zainab Opeloye the creative director of Tosho Woods, who has fought tooth, nail, sweat and tears to get the brand where it is today. Most people never know about the struggles and let you believe only the glam you see today, unlike such people, she’s out to share her journey so you can learn and know what to expect when starting your business.



It was sometime in January 2011, I was ill and assumed it was malaria again. You see, I am one of those people who get ill with malaria at least 4 times in a year even though I still wonder how , considering the fact that everyone around me never gets malaria. Like someone once said, maybe there are special mosquitoes who prefer me for lunch and never leave any bite marks. Anyway, I left my office which used to be off Alfred Rewane and headed towards Obalende to First Consultant hospital.

It was my first time at that hospital and after a few minutes of waiting at the doctor’s waiting room, I heard a voice, a feminine but strong voice coming from the corridor towards the waiting room. Every staff  around me immediately started “forming  serious” if you know what I mean, so I was quite eager to see who that voice belonged to. And there comes in a petite woman with a pleasant disposition in a white Doctor’s coverall and I watched as she walks into the Doctor’s office.

So I get called up into the doctor’s office and initially it was just like any other appointment until she sent me to the lab for some tests. On returning to her office for a review of the results, well she gave me the best news ever, I was pregnant, but that was not all she said, she gave me a lecture. Yes I said it, a proper lecture on how lucky I was as I was newly married and still under 30, and said quite a few things about not taking it for granted and prioritizing my health and the safety of the baby over everything else.

That was my first encounter with Dr Stella Adadevoh, and I really did not appreciate her style and just took it for granted (until I had another bad pregnancy experience with another doctor)

A couple of years after this, I had my second encounter with Dr Adadevoh. Being an asthmatic patient from a young age, I had often times handled my asthmatic attacks with a puff from my Ventolin inhaler, and for those few episodes that I had to go see a doctor, they just nebulize me and I get sent back home.

On this occasion however, it was different simply because the doctor on duty was none other than Doctor Stella Adadevoh. After she instructed the nurses to nebulize me, she once again called me into her office and yes, I got another lecture. This lecture made a huge difference in my life. She had taken the time to print out articles for me on recent medical breakthrough in treating asthma. She then introduced me to a different kind of inhaler which was more for preventing asthma attacks instead of treating it when it already happens. I used this for a month and “viola” I could do practically everything I was once limited to do because I was asthmatic.

Today, I can engage in High Intensity Impact Trainings , and run laps(something I had never in my life been able to do before that lecture).

When the Ebola crisis broke out and I heard about how she insisted that all protocols was followed and refused to let  Patrick Sawyer out of the hospital, I was not surprised at all.


What I saw when I met this woman was  an embodiment of what I want to be. My mother raised me never to be mediocre and instilled in me, the need to see an opportunity to make a difference anytime someone needs my help. This has nothing to do with giving money. There is so much we all have to offer but we are rather blinded by the “am too busy syndrome”


I want to inspire people and have a positive impact on everyone I come across. In Nigeria where mediocrity is the order of the day and where most people just coast along in a never ending  rat race, I  want to be remembered when I die for the impact I have had and am sure most of you want to as well.


There is so much to emulate from this woman, and as Nigeria clocks 56 today and everyone is celebrating her independence, I chose to celebrate a Hero.

Please take a minute to remember this rare gem and say a prayer for her soul.

On a final note, take a minute to listen to Beyoncé’s “I was here ” while meditating on the lyrics.

When you die, what will be the proof that you lived? What will you do???

RIP Dr Adadevoh, we truly lost an angel.


Ladypreneur Interview with Msmodish

Finally, it’s Monday, and as promised, we are posting the first Ladypreneur interview. This was actually the second interview we had in the first series out of five; we decided to bring this to your screen first.

To be sincere, I wasn’t exactly thrilled by the audio quality but I decided to share it all the same, while we work on improving this as we commence shooting of series two. This is because the message and the value of this interview go beyond the aesthetics of the video or audio.


I will be posting a transcript of the video before the week runs out for people who can’t spare enough data to watch till the end. So without further ado, I present to you, Damilola Oke, popularly known as Msmodish of Fierce and Modish.

For me the major lesson learnt from this interview is to always have a plan B for my business, please watch and share with me, what you can relate with in this video as well as the most important message you can take away from the video. Okay that’s enough talk already, watch and enjoy.

Get Ready With Me – Ladyprenuer Interview

Hi Guys,

As we gear up for our first Ladypreneur Video on Monday, I decided to share one of my YouTube videos.

Those of you who know me personally know that I always record a lot of random videos, and on this day I had recorded several short clips and when I posted the last picture on this video on Instagram, it got the highest number of likes (63likes as at today). You see, I don’t really get that much likes on the Instagram page @houseofravissant so 63likes is a big deal (by now, I hope you have picked up on me hinting that you should go like pictures on my  page lol) . Anyways, I decided to share the video of me getting ready for that day, plus it was my first shot at attempting to edit a video. You won’t believe I did everything on my phone, from video recording, to editing and posting on YouTube. Most of these things are actually easier than you think; you just have to give it a shot.


And for those of you who asked, yes my outfit is from House of Ravissant, you can check it out on the homepage.


Will you like to see more get ready with me videos, behind the scenes of the interviews and bloopers? Let me know in the comment section below. Remember to subscribe to the blog so you can get first hand updates.

TGIF and have a lovely weekend.

Deyodee signing out with hugs and kisses.