Your Daddy’s Money Is Not Your Money

Growing up I always understood the importance of money, however, I was never really enlightened on the source of money. All I knew was my parents had money and if I ever needed something, with the right facial expression and a strong enough reason, I would get the money I required from them. And then…

Adventures in Kano

I have been fascinated by Northern Nigeria for a very long time. I first caught this ‘fascination bug’ during my first year in Junior Secondary School. I chose Hausa as my second Nigerian Language elective and my teacher Mrs Ahmed was an absolute delight! The classes were fun and enlightening even though now that I…

Failure Falls And How To Deal With Them

“If you’re going to learn how to fly, you have to get comfortable with the idea of falling down a few times.” (SNY, 2017) In the last one year I have had more failure falls than I have had in my first 19 years put together and that’s because I have tried more things than…

Big Moves 2017

Hey Guys!! Is it too late to say Happy New Year? *face palm*. I know you missed me and you can bet I’ve missed you more! I trust your 2017 has kicked off on a good note? Well it better have because approximately we’ve used up 12% of the year ALREADY! The good news is…

Finding Your Happy || 4 Ways To Turn Your :( into a :)

If you’re any bit like me, every now and then things get heated up mentally, emotionally and sometimes, even physically. Very often I go through times when I’m completely flustered and in desperate need of a safe place where I could escape from it all. At times like this I find myself antsy and I…

Who’s In Your Line Of Sight?

A few months back, I was looking through my Instagram timeline and I saw the amazing work @harold_ofure is doing. Now see, this guy has a track record of getting things done. It’s almost unreal. I navigated on to his page and I thought to myself “I need you in my line of Sight” You…

Life After NYSC; “The Maze”

It’s been three weeks since I completed my NYSC and returned to Lagos. The only word that comes to mind in describing my experience is “maze”. Life after NYSC is like a maze. Within these three weeks I have received and declined three job offers, and I am currently “unemployed” (P.s don’t feel bad about…