My weekend was quite short and the highlight was making my hair.
The Comfort Zone is sometimes the safest place to be, but it is also the most dangerous: for that is where many talents and skills have been buried.A major characteristic of people in the comfort zone is fear.
I started blogging in August 2015 as a hobby and I was not even sure if I could call myself a blogger then, but as the years progressed, I have gotten better and I’ve learnt to take blogging more seriously.
I'm writing this to encourage young people out there, those who are scared and think that their dreams are bigger than their age, and the older folks that think they've wasted the fertile part of their life on vanity. There is a reason for you being where you are right now. No matter how old or young you may be, you can still make the best of the rest of your life.
On a calm Thursday evening, I took a stroll down my street holding nothing but my journal and a pen. I found a bulwark to sit on and enjoy the beauty of nature that surrounded me.
So dear friends, welcome to February and the stark realisation that 2017 is already beginning to fly away.
Develop the habit of positive thinking and positive confession. Do not let your circumstances make you confess negatively; learn to speak positively to your life and situations and you'll see things work out well for you.
I'm sure my fellow Nigerians know what 'yabbing' means. However to enlighten y'all, to yab someone means to insult or abuse that person. The question that might come to your mind is, "who am I to yab you and why would I want to do that?".
Yeah, it's a new phase, HOORAY!!!! One year of blogging for me, is not a small achievement. It represents a year of learning, uncertainty, determination, growing and persistence.
Hello beautiful people, welcome to the month of July. It feels like yesterday when we were greeting each other 'Happy New Year' and now, the second half of the year is upon us. As we begin another journey in this second half of the year, it is very easy for us to begin to worry... Continue Reading →
Hey folks! This is a short recap of my experience at NYSC Orientation Camp, Isselu-uku, Delta State. The days there were stressful, hectic and had a little bit of fun included. Enjoy!!!! Green leaves Swaying in the wind Brown sand Hot beneath my white shoes Mango trees and fallen mangoes Everywhere I go Fully kit... Continue Reading →
It's a MIX There is a lot of confusion Somethings are just not right Fear rises like a mighty wall Courage seeps out like a leak Through the wings of prayer Hope tries to rise Purpose seem not have a direction Clouds of fear blocks the picture of the future Is it all going to... Continue Reading →
Truly, things get out of hand at times, but in the midst of it all, God is still maintaining order and keeping everything in check.
Happy new month , happy new month, happy new month. The year is quickly flying away again. Wait, was it not yesterday that we were saying happy new year? Well, wake up because we are already in the last month of the first quarter of the year. In this new month, I pray that you live... Continue Reading →
I really did not want to write on this before, but recent happenings have forced me to put my pen to paper(my fingers to my phone in this context). It is about the depreciation of the Naira. The increase in parallel exchange rate is not a joke. At first we thought it was just one of those times... Continue Reading →