So many goals were set for the new year. Well, the year is no longer new. It's time to set things in motion and get to work. If there's ever a time you need to plant the seeds for your goals, it is NOW!!!
Of course we do not want our children to make certain mistakes. However, our manner of approach becomes a mistake and they rebel. Sometimes it's okay to treat your child as an adult and let them make their own mistakes (makes them feel responsible) and you'll be surprised at how things work
But some people can argue sha. Well it's none of my business #shrugs. Nah, I have to make it my business. So I was doing my normal online rounds and something struck me about people who comment on others posts. Mehn. People (especially Nigerians) can like to argue. Imagine me fighting with someone on another … Continue reading 3 Tips on How to Argue Right
Without even thinking, if you were asked to choose between pursuing your dreams of owning a business or settling with a paid job, a lot of us would choose the former, for obvious reasons. Im not saying choosing one over the other is wrong. In fact, both are good options but it depends on what … Continue reading Dilemma: Entrepreneur OR Employee
NOTE: This is going to be short (I'm not quite sure myself) Dear Reader, You're probably wondering "what gift does this girl have for me?" Well, it's the same gift I always have for you: words. Today happens to be the first day of the new month, which also marks a celebration for my Muslim … Continue reading A GIFT FROM ME TO YOU
Hi guys. I'm sorry I have been inactive but I promise it was due to circumstances beyond my control. Today, I want us to take out time to appreciate Lagosians,especially those who live on the mainland. They are a rare breed. These people leave their homes as early as 5am to return as late as … Continue reading Lagos: The Hustling City
"she's a slayqueen, she must be an airhead" "A Muslim? They are bloody terrorists" "wealthy people are snobs" "Black people, especially Nigerians, are conmen" "oh, he wears black all the time, he's a Goth" "Yoruba people are dirty and local" "He talks to no one, he's anti-social" What do these statements have in common. If … Continue reading Labels: A societal Vice