The first person I saw giving a tip was my mom. I didn't understand why she threw money around when she went to places. This didn't make any sense to me at all, for three reasons: 1. Tipping is not a Nigerian Culture. 2. The person is going to get paid anyway for doing their … Continue reading The Power of Tipping
I will be clocking the big 23 in two months time and as each day goes by, I can't help but reflect on a lot of things. Life has taught me many things and I am indeed grateful for all the many lessons. I totally love and cherish the woman I have become and I … Continue reading 23 Hard Truths About Life From a 23-Year-old.
This is my first post this month, which is a bit unusual. I do love dropping blog posts at least twice a week but I have been a little exhausted with getting into my new job. I would definitely blog about that later but lets get into what has been on my mind. Growing up … Continue reading Hindsight Vs Foresight
I once wrote a blog post about FIVE BOOKS I WISH EVERYONE COULD READ, it was one of the posts I made during my 30 day writing challenge in June. I concluded the post with a request to my readers to kindly recommend great books for me to read as well, which they responded brilliantly … Continue reading Top 5 Amazing Books I Read This August
"We are living in a generation where people ‘in love’ are free to touch each other’s private parts but are not allowed to touch each other’s phones because they are private." — Robert Mugabe I like to call my generation — the crackheads generation. Whatever we lay our hands on we consume excessively and get … Continue reading Dating in the 21st Century
The advent of social media came with lots of benefits but unfortunately, it also dragged alongside its own burdens. These burdens have, however, become a series of undeniable curses that if not purged out, can grow into a cancerous tumor that eventually sucks the life force out of you. Just so you know, I was … Continue reading The Curse of Social Media
Chi in Igbo cosmology refers to your personal deity or spirit and is synonymous to a guardian angel. A person is believed to be born with his/her chi and whatever thing that befalls them is usually attributed to how effective their guardian angel is. If bad things constantly happen to a person, their chi is … Continue reading Open Letter To My Chi
Happy Eid-el Kabir celebrations to my Muslim brothers and sisters all over the world. I am so happy about the holidays and today was some sort of movie day for my family. We all sat down to binge watch movies together, gist and have fun. Well, we had a lot to say and argue about … Continue reading The Money VS Love Debate
"Of all the aspects of social misery nothing is so heartbreaking as unemployment." — Jane Addams What can I say? If you think you hate Mondays, try unemployment. I am currently unemployed and I have been aggressive about my job hunting. My Gmail is probably tired of me refreshing every two seconds. I have no … Continue reading Life Lately
“Press on – nothing can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Perseverance and determination alone are omnipotent.” – Calvin Coolidge To all the 20-something-year-olds: The … Continue reading Open Letter To All The 20-Something-Year-Olds.