This prompt bring us to the end of the 30-day writing challenge by afrobloggers. I am so proud of myself for writing consistently this past few weeks amidst personal challenges. I honestly hope to continue writing frequently from now on. If this is your first time of reading my post, kindly avail yourself to my … Continue reading Open Letter to African Bloggers
“Inside each of us is a natural-born storyteller, waiting to be released.” — Robin Moore Day 29: Words can't do justice in expressing how I feel every single time I get a notification of a like or a comment, or when I check my blog statistics and for some weird reason I am not seeing … Continue reading Open Letter To My Dearest Readers
"It's easier to give up when you are running alone." — Ria's Haven In as much as, your biggest motivation should always come from within you, it is also rewarding to find people who are on the same track as you and draw some sort of inspiration from them. So, today, I am going to … Continue reading A Letter to a Few Bloggers Who Inspired Me During This Challenge.
I have a ton of photos and I was spoilt for choice on selecting 10 photos to share with you all. Anyways, I decided to share some illustrations I got from Pinterest, I honestly find these illustrations pretty thoughtful, and inspiring. I hope you love them as much as I do. By the way, the … Continue reading 10 Photos and What They Mean To Me.
“No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background or his religion. People learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” –Nelson Mandela Today's prompt deserves a … Continue reading My View on Racism & Gay Rights.
“There is no country in the world with the diversity, confidence and talent and black pride like Nigeria ” — Binyavanga Waina I recently shared some insights about my country and culture, if you are looking to read more about Nigeria, her people and heritage kindly click here. That being said, let's get down to … Continue reading 20 Uncommonly Known Things About Nigeria.
I would like to state that I am not an authority in psychology or behavioral science. What I am about to put down is solely based on my opinion, which of course, makes it open to constructive criticism. Last month, I wrote something about about fighting depression and having a reason to celebrate. Click here … Continue reading Mental Health In The Home
Omg! It's already Day 21. Day 21: Unpopular opinions are personal views that are generally regarded with disfavor or lack general approval. I also like to consider unpopular opinions as the less traveled path of thinking. I hold certain general perspective on things but I also have views that go against the norm and may … Continue reading Unpopular Opinions
"A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies."— George R.R Martin Day 20 Talking about books, I have read so many, from fiction to memoirs, and from soul searching books to self-help and many more. I really don't know how to pick my five, to be honest. Okay, let me share my favorite fiction … Continue reading 5 Books I Wish Everyone Could Read.
“Culture does not change because we desire to change it. Culture changes when the organization is transformed – the culture reflects the realities of people working together everyday.” – Frances Hesselbein Still on the matter of culture and customary practices, today's prompt is about highlighting certain practices that may no longer have a place in … Continue reading Traditions & Cultures That No Longer Have a Place in the New World.