“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written largely in his works.” — Virginia Woolf DAY 01: The month of May was good to me and my blog. I received a lot of good news from friends and family, I got so many engagements on … Continue reading The Introduction
The only mistake you can make is not asking for help. - Sandeep Jauhar Mayday is an emergency procedure word used internationally as a distress signal in voice procedure radio communications. It is used to signal a life-threatening emergency primarily by aviators and mariners. The "mayday" procedure word was originated in 1923, by a senior … Continue reading MayDay!
People who say small things don't bother them have never slept in a room with a mosquito. — Dennis Rainey Everyone has pet peeves — little things that makes your skin crawl or gets you really irritated or annoyed. It could be a sound, action or a bad habit you can't just put up with. … Continue reading Peevish Thursday
To all the girls who have a deeply hidden and inarticulate desire for something beyond the daily life. To all the girls who feel pressured to look and live a certain way. To all the girls who refuse to shrink themselves to gain validation and acceptance from society. To all the girls who are hell-bent … Continue reading Open Letter To All The Girls like Me.
I may be a beginner at some things, but I've got a black belt in enjoying a lazy day. - Me The network has been terrible around here these past few days. That aside, I am super glad to be back today. I have been seeing a lot of what's-in-my-bag post on several social media … Continue reading What’s In My Bag — Lazy day at school.
"Weak people avenge. Strong people forgive. Intelligent people ignore." Coming from a petty Betty like me seems hypocritical but trust me, I have been there and nothing beats going for the high road. I am one to never ever allow an intentional insult to my person slide just like that, I will hit below the … Continue reading Always Take The Highroad
If you learn from a defeat, you haven't really lost. - Zig Ziglar I haven't lived much on planet earth. I will be twenty-three by November this year but the truth is, it doesn't matter whether you a toddler, teen, young adult, middle-aged or a senior citizen, we all must experience our fair share of … Continue reading 10 Ways To Overcome an Epic Failure.
Weird huh? An anti-bucket list is a list of things you don't ever want to do or try or see till you die. I think I consider myself adventurous in a way, I mean I like to try new things, go to new places and do new stuff but trust me, there are some things … Continue reading My Anti-Bucket List
First of, I am not a professional in the education sector, to be honest, I don't even have a single educational certificate. What I am putting out here is just my experience and as such can be subject to criticism which is perfectly okay. Let me do a background story about my teaching experience. My … Continue reading Educating Struggling Kids 101:
How was today's message in your respective place of worship? and for those who are not into all that Sunday ish, what have you been up to? Well for me, I have been lazying around and looking up stories on Twitter. And guess what I found? The most absurd, disgusting sermon as narrated by Tomi. … Continue reading Twitter Stories 6
I can boldly say without any iota of doubt, that everyone has had a "what if" moment. No one can help it. Which ultimately means, everyone has been at a point where they were clueless, indecisive and scared. My point is, it is perfectly okay to feel a "what if" about something. What if this … Continue reading What If…
There has been a high rise in suicide rates in my country. I have read the background stories and some of the notes some of the deceased left behind and I must say it's been very heartbreaking. Everyone has a breaking point, and not a lot of people may know how to hold on for … Continue reading Celebrate…
Today, two years ago I decided to do life with my best friend. That decision has been by far, the best decision I ever made. Growing up, I used to believe love just happened, you know, like how it's portrayed in movies. It's raining and then two strangers bump into each other, their books scattered … Continue reading 10 Things Love Has Taught Me💕
Today's story is kind of linked to >>> Twitter Stories 4. So this is 2019 and we are still on this narrative about men being tagged overgrown babies that can't take care of themselves much less watch the kids. Under this tweet were a handful of men who gladly agreed and found their incompetence hilarious … Continue reading Twitter Stories 5
My NYSC journey was like boarding a train to God-knows-where and preparing to experience God-knows-what. Initially, I just wanted to sit by the window with my earphones plugged in and a book in hand, not minding other commuters till I got off. Then it dawned on me, there was clearly no use embarking on a … Continue reading My Favourite Commuters💛
I have made a previous post about market days in this little community where I live. You can check out my previous post here👇 >>>>It's Market Day 1.<<<< As we all know, shopping for groceries comes with the inevitable issue of bringing home excess nylon bags we don't need, which eventually ends up in garbage … Continue reading It’s Market Day II
Mondays come with a lot work and all the baggage we are not ready to face just yet, and no matter how we try to avoid sorting out our plate, there is no discarding it. Even though I tried pretty hard to concentrate today, my mind kept wandering away from all the work I had … Continue reading Unexpected Places🍂
Hey guys! Happy Sunday to you all. Look what I stumbled on...an article about the 21st-century couple. You can check out the full article by clicking the link 👉What "good" dads get away with She wrote a short thread 👇 I really don't want to deviate from this thread but in my opinion, I think … Continue reading Twitter Stories 4
Gaslighting is a form of persistent manipulation and brainwashing that causes the victim to doubt her or himself, and to ultimately lose their own sense of perception, identity, and self-worth. Gaslighting can occur in personal relationships between partners or friends, at the workplace between boss and co-workers and even in the family between relations. Being … Continue reading Being with a Gaslighter