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This blog is specifically about my health career and general life stories. 

As you might have come across my biography in some of my eBooks or my other websites (The Complete You Ministry And Blogging The Easiest Way), you know very well that i am a professional nurse and public health officer and my wife (AmulenvWinfred) is a professional midwife and counselor.

It is on basis of the above background that we have thought it so important to share with the world and help millions of people who might need our help, counsel and services in relation to health and wellness. Yes, we shall be sharing general health tips, proper nursing practice, review helpful health-related ideas, books, research and articles, share about women and children's health needs and so much more. And as a rule, we love telling stories and thus we have included a real part for sharing with you our life stories and also welcome yours.

This is just the beginning!

Starting from our days when we were young, school times, working era and every other situation we have ever gone through, we are determined to make you happy and and walk with YOU as YOU find true happiness through our stories and the 'little' knowledge we have been blessed with. Please, join us by signing up for our email updates.

NB: This blog's management and principles still lie under the great mission of THE COMPLETE YOU MINISTRY which is to enrich people's lives in all aspects, including health, spirituality, economic, and general purposeful living. We hope you get blessed here.

Do you wanna know how we make it? I mean, do you wanna create your own blog and also start sharing with the world helpful insights and knowledge? Oh yes, visit our Blogging Tips Platform and see how you too can begin this exciting journey. You can as well sign up for our new FREE course on how to create blog on blogger in minutes and use the same blog to influence the globe. Do it now.

God bless you so much

Nemvicx CEO @The Complete You Ministry


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