I didn’t care much for emotional unavailability until I had to look it up on Google recently. And you know, for me to research it, it was because I felt like maybe someone was emotionally unavailable for me.
Last Monday, I met someone who is neither a Muslim nor a Christian. I know there are many people like this globally, but I had never met a Nigerian living in Nigeria who didn't believe in organized religion.
I was having a conversation with my friend the other day about how the first quarter went. It was an interesting one because it was the first time we ever dissected a whole quarter's rudiments
I'm a firm believer that every person you date takes a piece of you with them when they leave. You spend a considerable amount of time with someone you're dating and because of this, they know almost everything about you.
Coronavirus disease (covid-19) has put life as we know it on hold all around the world. I happened to be away at some point during this pandemic and I'm sharing my travel experience with you all. If you haven’t read the first part, you would have to read it first because this post is a continuation of the previous one.
Money is a necessity of life; everyone wants and needs money to survive. We thirst for more money even when we have some because no one can ever have enough money. I mean, this is money we're talking about here. This is why the richest man in the world has not stopped trying to make money.
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.
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.
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.
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.