I'm still mad. Very mad. The first time Dan hit me after 2 months of dating, I knew it would never end. But everybody at church thought otherwise. The Senior Pastor then, his 'mentor' told me not to tell anyone as Dan was the youth leader. Dan apologized, bought me as sorts of gifts and … Continue reading Moronke.
I came across a staggering fact today: At least three of every 10 years spent in Lagos is lost to traffic, a survey by a Lagos-based transport firm, Planet Projects, has shown. And for the first time in a long while, I started thinking of my life. Reminded me of when we were much younger, my … Continue reading How Not To Die In Lagos Traffic
Hello People! How's it going? (Gist me in the comment section 🙂 ) Today, we'd be talking about side-hustles; the WHY. I think it’d be nice to first define what a side-hustle is. Some people from the abroad may be reading this and may not be familiar with the term. Side-hustles are jobs/businesses people run by the … Continue reading Why Everybody in Lagos Should Have a Side-Hustle
I have had several people say suggest to me that as a young lady, you should not go all out to chase your dreams so that you do not become 'over-successful' and chase men away. One said to me one day, "Ozioma, why you so concerned about making it young? Better calm down else you … Continue reading “Aunty, Calm Down With Your Dreams! Else You Shall Not Find Man To Marry
Hello People! How is it going? My day has been a bright one and I am really bubbly on the outside. Even though on the inside, I’m so concerned about Nigeria. Some people were reported dead earlier this week in Jos, up to 200 people and nobody seems to be doing anything. There is so … Continue reading How to Survive the ‘Office Life’ In This Lagos
In Nigeria where I live, unemployment rate is climbing by the day. Every year, millions of graduates are churned out and thrown into the job-search market aka labor market to compete for jobs. Lots of people are tired and frustrated. I have a few lot of things to say on this matter. Firstly, that there are … Continue reading Burned Out From Job Hunting? You should Read This…
Lagos is such an interesting city to live in despite its stressful nature. And if you are not yet with a car in this city, there is a certain level of drama you cannot escape – the whole bus stop, conductor, and traffic wahala. Agberos (literally translated means carrier of passengers) are like major area boys. … Continue reading Agberos in Lagos: Waka or Stay?
Happy New Month lovelies! It has been almost one week since my trip to LCC… I had thought that the way it was doing me, I’d share the story the first two days but nah, I couldn’t. Reason being in between overwhelming work and over-sleeping. But here we are! And I did already share my … Continue reading Lekki Conservation Center – A Spiritual Experience
Hey there!!! Guess who finally went to LCC?! Yeah, me! Okay… so I know some people may be like… Is that why you are now shouting? Lol, let me explain. I went with two of my favorite girls in the world and it has been a struggle getting everyone (three of us) to be free … Continue reading My Review of Lekki Conservation Center (LCC) Finally!!!
Hello People! How are we faring??! My week is starting on a very quiet and sleepy note. The weekend was a blur, I didn’t know when it was Monday morning already. I am hoping to have a good rest today though, so my week can be jim-jim So this post is the concluding part of … Continue reading Get To Know Me Tag – Part II