Since the first day of the month of October, my energy level has been on a high. October is my favourite month of the year because it’s my birth month.Read More
I’m grateful to be alive today, in good health physically and mentally.
I’m grateful that I’m living comfortably and not squatting.
I’m grateful that I can articulate my thoughts into words.
Speak with love
Learn with love
Lead with love
Give with love
If you’re tired, rest.
If it no longer serves you, move on.
If you’re stuck or confused, seek help.
Cafeteria is one of the relatively new spots in Lagos and it had been on my places to visit list before the coronavirus pandemic. Their Instagram page is so vibrant and inviting and I looked forward to trying out their food some time.Read More
Isn’t it weird
how much love flowers get
though they bloom beautifully
they die eventually
As busy as our lives may be, it’s always beneficial to incorporate reading into our daily schedule. I hope you try to read often, and if you don’t, start reading today. There’s a wealth of knowledge and information waiting for you and you’re in control of how to choose to receive it and use it.Read More
1. Omah Lay – Damn
2. Burna Boy – Onyeka (Baby)
3. Rema – Woman
4. Terri – Ojoro
5. Olakira – In My Maserati
2020 has been the year of unexpected changes for us all because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, the unexpected changes that 2020 has brought my way haven’t been as difficult as these changes that I still sometimes struggle with every day.Read More
Be wary of who you let in
Be wary of what you let out
Be wary of what you consume
There comes a time in every writer’s life where they reach an impasse; the words stop flowing and nothing they do seems to help. Guess what? this post will help you start writing again.Read More
July went by in a flash and I didn’t get to accomplish all the tasks on my to-do list before it ended. As usual with every month, there were highs and lows I had to deal with and I got reminded that adulting is a forever scam.Read More