Quirks.

I am lazy when it comes to nurturing small talks here and there but because I have a thing for conversations, and in Nigeria, small talk precedes the kind of conversations that leaves you full of knowledge, the kind that has the inherent power to tweak your life I have to endure. Endure … As an…

Friendships, Seasons and Discernment.

I let go of a friend over a year ago. I knew the friendship had served it’s purpose and we both needed to move on. I knew early on that it was a seasonal friendship and so when it was time to move on, there was no fight or drama. It was an instant letting…

Opinions.

You are entitled to rights. You have a right to think. You have a right to come into your own and own your thoughts. You have a right to have opinions. You have a right to choose to air your opinions. You do not have a right to give your opinions when it is not solicited….

When I Eventually Meet Chimamanda…

When I eventually meet Chimamanda, some six questions I could ask: 1. Greatest defining moment of your life? 2. Do your friends chose you or do you chose them and if you do, what factors (apart from being a lover of books) do you consider before asking for their hand in friendship? 3. If feminism…

Are you A Wanabe?

I recently peeked into the decision making process of an influencer, the exposure I got was so profound, it triggered a lot of thoughts. They were exclusive musings, but I knew I had to write about it here. If you are passionate about authenticity, you should be able to relate with where I am drawing my perspectives from. Who is a Wanabe?…

What ‘Living’ In The Hospital Has Taught Me About Life.

I am writing this from a tiny cubicle in the ward of a hospital. From here, I can hear the shrills of a woman in a labor, the weary face of a nurse who is overworked and underpaid, I see relatives sleeping with their loved ones muttering prayers of healing under their breath, staring at…