Everybody Needs Somebody

I grew up an independent woman who always managed to get things done without asking for help. I may have been dying inside but I thought it was weak to let people know I needed their assistance. Back then, I kept trying to get things right even if that meant I had to try a million times.

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Religious Tolerance: I Went For a Midweek Service in a Church

I’m a Muslim by birth and practice and I had only ever been to a church for a wedding ceremony until recently when I went for a midweek service. Christianity and Islam are the two dominant and organized religions in Nigeria and in most cases, every Nigerian is identified by one of the two religions.

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It’s Okay Not To Be Okay

Sometimes, everything hits you all at once. You lose your job, your relationship, a friend, a business opportunity, someone you really love. Or everything seems to be going according to plan; you finally landed that job, you got your dream car, you just got married but you aren’t happy and you can’t understand why.

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Life As A Single & Over 30-Year-old​ Nigerian Woman

Being single is awesome and sometimes it’s not. There are days where you’re happy you didn’t settle and days where you envy what your married friends have. In this post, five single and thirty something Nigerian women share their truth.

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Statement Piece: The Batwing Shirt

Ever styled a batwing piece? On Saturday, I had plans to meet up with my friends and I wanted to wear something super comfortable so I grabbed my batwing shirt. It’s called a batwing shirt because

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Sometimes, Less is More

I know you’ve heard the saying “less is more”, a phrase adopted in 1947 by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe several times but do you agree with it?

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5 Easy Ways To Overcome Writer’s Block

Have you been trying to write but the words just won’t come out? You’ve been staring at your PC but it’s been a blank page for two hours and you just can’t come up with the words. Don’t worry too much, every writer gets stuck once in a while.

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World Poetry Day 2019; My Poetry Writing Journey

In celebration of World Poetry Day, I’m sharing my poetry writing journey with you. I  published my first prose in May, 2017 and my first poem in June, 2017. The poems I wrote initially, were a release of emotions I felt at that time.

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Travel| Exploring Ghanaian Food

The fun part about visiting a new country is trying out their food. I always make a point of eating food I’ve never had before when I get the opportunity to, even back home in Nigeria. I’m not about to name all the weird things I’ve eaten in this post but just so you get […]

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SHORT STORY| Not Again

A loud bang and glass shattered all around me. “Not again” was the first thought that came to my head. I was in shock but only for a millisecond this time. I grabbed my bag from the floor, held on tight to my phone, turned my back towards them and told my brother to drive.

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Travel|10 Fun Or Not Facts About Accra, Ghana

I travelled to Ghana during the first week of the year for a wedding. It wasn’t my first time in Ghana as I had visited twice before. The first time I ever went to Ghana, I was in secondary school.

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