In a world that’s gradually becoming more visual with the aid of popular social media sites like Instagram and the likes, there has never existed such a great opportunity to keep abreast of the lives and lifestyles of others. Longing quickly leads to discontent and consequently envy when you realize that you can’t become the … More Green eyed
For so long in my life, since I turned nine to be exact I have suffered from depression… I know, I know, I’m Nigerian and Nigerians don’t get depressed, Afterall depression is an Oyinbo sickness. What we forget however is regardless of skin color, racial and cultural and geographical differences we are all human … More Dear depressed Nigerian…
Image source This Meme describes my feelings exactly about waiting, I’d much rather skip if I can… I have always been someone who’d skip scenes filled with agonising conflicts in movies or books and get right to the good stuff-The happy ending. Sometimes, however you just have to wait because life, unfortunately does not have … More The Waiting Room : What to do while you wait
So twenty-two finds me right after where twenty–one left me last October- My NYSC service year. As far back as I can remember October has always marked the advent of new beginnings for me. My parents for example, after six years of trying tirelessly to conceive a child welcomed their first child … More 22: A life in retrospect
“Sometimes the place you are used to is not the place you belong. You belong where you believe you belong. Where is that for you?” ~Robert, Queen of Katwe So, this blog post is looooong overdue (LoL) . The idea to start a blog first came up at a time in my life when I … More A Step Outside My Comfort Zone
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