This is me on a typical weekend trying to create slides for my classes and also organize my calendar. I started teaching online mid-last year coupled with my regular classroom teaching job. It has been a helluva ride and I decided to quit classroom teaching just last week. So yeah, this is one of the… Continue reading Life of a Nigerian Online Tutor
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I thought about many ways to write a grand entrance speech after many months of being away and I couldn't come up with any thing. I am sorry for being away without any explanation at all. I was reached out by some of my followers who were worried about me. I want to say a… Continue reading Life Lately (3)
Creating content is a herculean task, and you are bound to make mistakes without even knowing sometimes. The good news is, mistakes are actually great. They help us make the necessary changes and exercises our resilience muscle.Today, I want to share 5 huge mistakes African bloggers and content creators need to avoid.1. WRITING FOR ONLY… Continue reading 5 Huge Mistakes African Bloggers Need To Avoid
I can't wait to embrace all the opportunities and possibilities within the next half of this year. It's amazing how so much can change in such a little time. One minute, I was feeling suffocated, bored and boxed up with the whole pandemic issue and the next minute I feel refreshed and charged up with… Continue reading Hello July
This feeling is surreal! I can't believe I have nurtured this blog for three years. I can remember the days I felt like totally deleting my blog because I wasn't getting as much engagement. I am super proud of how much my blog has grown, from zero engagement to 15,953 blog hits, 400 followers, and… Continue reading Happy Bloggiversary!!!
I know we like to think that social media isn't all that and it is filled with a bunch of fake people begging for attention. Well, right now, I am afraid to announce that everyone is literally begging for attention. I want to get noticed, you want to get noticed, we all want to get… Continue reading 4 Things I Have Learnt on Social Media
Day 05: Being an educator, it's amazing how this prompt really proved difficult to write. I am in an awkward position because I can't come up with one thing I can really teach a variety of my audience from different walks of life, races, and geographical locations. I have written loads of blog posts to… Continue reading What can I Teach You?
Day 04 Most people write me off when they see me. They do not know my story. They say I am just an African. They judge me before they get to know me. What they do not know is The pride I have in the blood that runs through my veins; The pride I have… Continue reading Becoming My Name
I yam what I yam. — Yam lovers Day 03 My favourite local dish is anything that has to do with yam: Porridge yam Pounded yam and soup Yamarittas Boiled yam Fried yam Roasted yam Frozen yam (This doesn't exist but I am willing to take the chance) Let me take you on a delicious… Continue reading My Favourite Local Food
Day 02 I know many bloggers have a definite goal for their blog. Well, unfortunately, I don't or better put, I wasn't really thinking about this when I started blogging. At first, my blog was just a bunch of rudderless articles strewn in an ocean of content because all I did was write, write, and… Continue reading The Main Goal of my Blog