For many of us Nigerians, the year 2020 comprised only four months: January, Pandemic, Violence, and December. Some people argue that January was the only good month we had last year, and how could I not agree? January was the month we got Bad Boys for Life. It was the month we narrowly averted what… Continue reading New Year, Old Me
I know you're used to me writing about blogging, writing, and productivity, but today's post is going to be a bit different from my other posts. Today's post is a personal post: it's about me. (Don't worry, I'm not about to launch into a long, boring composition about myself or my favourite colour.) Sooo last… Continue reading Celebrating a Milestone
I sat beside my younger sister while she filled in the registration form for the upcoming Senior School Certificate Examination. She needed my assistance with the registration because there were some technical terms that she didn't understand, and also because she wasn't sure which subjects she should choose. The little time I spent assisting her… Continue reading On Pleasing Your Parents at the Expense of Your Happiness
Good morning, everyone! I hope you're having a happy Wednesday. Before anything, I would like to thank Andrea for keeping the nominations to her latest award open to everyone who reads her comeback post. I found her post just as interesting as the questions she left at the end of the post for everyone who… Continue reading Award nomination
Six ways to stay productive all the time and achieve your goals more easily.
When our television got spoilt June last year, I thought that was going to be the end for me. Back then, I was so addicted to the TV that I couldn't go a day without watching it for at least eight hours. In fact, I remember when, on Christmas Day, four years ago, I started… Continue reading 3 Reasons I Stopped Watching Too Much TV (and Why You Should Follow Suit)
There's nothing worse than being emotionally abused, unless you're being abused by the very people who raised you – your parents. Undoubtedly, it's the goal of almost every parent to ensure that his child is happy, successful, and has a decent upbringing, but what happens when your parents are so blinded by their love and… Continue reading How to Deal with Toxic Parents
I fear death, but what I fear more is dying. I've witnessed many people die slowly. Gradually. But I've never really watched them die. I've never watched anyone breathe his last. I also have never seen a dead body in real life. Even when my grandma died, I insisted I wasn't shown her body. Because I'm scared of death, and what scares me more is dying.
Five years ago, on Christmas day, I went mushroom hunting with my little cousins. I cherished every minute spent with them as we only saw ourselves a week every year. This was because we lived very far apart. Like every other activity we did together, mushroom hunting proved to be more fun than I had… Continue reading On Every Dying Wood…