I had really great plans for 2018 - where I wanted to be in my career, the kind of growth I was expecting and so on. Coming from a year where God taught me never to help him do his job, I gave all my plans to him and believed for the best. Let me … Continue reading #My2018Story – Tosin Olaniyi
The first time I was identified as a feminist was at the University. I had one of Chimamanda Adichie's video on feminism on one of my drives. I was to collect some materials from a lecturer of mine. He saw the video and exclaimed, "And you are a Christian!..." Now I hadn't seen the video … Continue reading My Stance on Twitter Feminism
Hiya People! Long time no post! *Covering my face* I have been busy for real but then beyond just busy, for the past two months, I’ve been mostly tired because of the kind of schedule I've run. And it is so terribly hard for me write when I’m tired. I can do every other thing … Continue reading The One Time I Was Terribly Curved By a Guy
Yesterday marked exactly one month since I last posted on here. I have been pretty occupied and then at a point, I was just looking for ginger. Lol… Anyways, I am here now! Missed you guysssss plenty. I hope I was missed too. Today’s post would be short… Hopefully.... So I finally fixed my nails … Continue reading Lessons From My Not-So-Fancy Nails
Hello beautiful people! Do me a favor before you continue reading... hug yourself tight for me 🙂 It may look weird especially if you're with people... well, tell them I asked you to. Lol! If you're new here, I am super glad to have you here Don't be a stranger o.... follow the blog (by … Continue reading Beggars in Lagos… Emotional Blackmailers VS Sincere Needy
Yesterday was an interesting day for me. I was at the bus stop for a while and even made a new friend (Hello Rukky 🙂 ) Yes, making friends at funny places is one of my super powers. After waiting for a while, an ex-colleague (this sounds funny to me) saw me and picked me … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Think Twice Before Moving Out of Nigeria
Hello! I don't want to assume we all understand why this is a discussion so I'd explain. In Nigeria where I currently live, there is the societal notion that when you see a single lady living alone and apart from home, she just has to be an omo wobe (a promiscuous lady). I don't know … Continue reading Single Lady: Move out or Stay with Parents?
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