It’s Woman crush Wednesday (WCW) episode so allow me crush on this photo that I lifted off an Instagram page I vaguely remember at the moment. In case you know the brain behind this image, kindly notify me so I can give due credit. I love everything about this photo. It’s so vibrant and unconventional. … More Pink Fair: Musings Of A Fine Apple
Hello Darlings, Welcome to March! March 1st was world book day and in order to celebrate this special day, I am reviewing some book clubs in Nigeria. This idea was inspired after I attended a book club hangout at the Port Harcourt Literary Society Library. It was a fun and enlightening experience for me because … More Reading Culture: Join Book clubs in Nigeria
Someone once asked if I would prefer a bouquet of rose over a Valentine’s dinner date. As a shameless foodie, I immediately took offense and jumped into defense mode. Many Naija girls would agree that it is an almost unforgivable blunder to choose a bouquet of flowers over food. So I wasn’t even having it. … More Would you rather a Rose Bouquet to a Dinner date for Valentine’s?
As writers, bloggers and creative humans, it is imperative that we have a personal space where we can unwind, relax, think and create. For me, I have found my comfort zone right inside my home. A comfort zone is a personal space where one’s activities and behaviors fit a routine and pattern that minimizes stress … More My comfort zone
Bill Taylor is a Nigerian Artiste that hails from Delta state. Young, and savvy, with a long musical career spanning over 7 years, he is said to be familiar with the game. With over 7 singles, and several nominations including the Tush Awards under his belt, He recently released another single titled “Money Show Down” … More Bill Taylor With “Money Show Down” Single.
Truth is we all make mistakes that stems from poor choices and our inability to forgive others when they offend us, hence we are prompted to act on those negative emotions, when we hold on to them, and regret our actions later. … More Kirikiri: My True Life Prison Experience
Njideka Akunyili Crosby is a woman whose ethnic heritage and African experiences informs her art. she captures her real story in an unconventional manner. Hence, SHE IS NOT REGULAR! … More At a glance: The life and works of Njideka Akunyili Crosby
I came across a little girl at a teenage church program, and I was puzzled and fascinated by her. Her name was ‘Aanu’ (that’s what her mama told me) . For a long time I couldn’t take my eyes off Aanu. Not because something was different about her, but because I was dazed at how … More Autism Awareness day!
So it is the month of love once again! and I am excited about the wonderful line up of activities for this month. Graciously i started this month by participating in the African writers online #februarystepsbywgb 28 days writing challenge. We are writing and exploring various themes ranging from poems, articles, stories or quotes etc … More Hello February,
For so long I pondered the difference between these two words Attitude and Character, until I finally understood that though they appear similar in sense, there is a huge contrast between both. Attitude according to a psychology student, is a way of feeling about a specific situation which makes you use a particular facial expressions and body … More Attitude Vs Character