• Family,  lifestyle,  Motherhood,  Woman

    My Glimpse Into Motherhood : Mother’s Day, 2019

    Muse: MY MUM & I ❤ It’s Mother’s day and for the past one week I’ve been wrapping my head around Motherhood – partly because of my discussions with the expecting mothers around me. I wouldn’t say I have a full knowledge of what motherhood entails (I’m not even married nor ever pregnant) but, co-raising my siblings with my Mum is probably my most fulfilling role yet. Watching them on the path of becoming and blooming to be all my mum and I and the yard people (In Yoruba land, raising a child is a community project😍😂) taught them is surreal, seeing their feats gives me an overwhelming joy. My…

  • Family,  life lessons,  Woman

    ​Not Too Early

    This is not me being overly romantic when I say it’s not early to start preparing for marriage and kids irrespective of the gender. Just out of no where I suddenly realize how much I enjoy Parenting (all thanks to my kid sister who I’m 17years older than by the way). She made me see motherhood in a whole different amazing ways. I practically skip shelves with relationship books when I go to bookshops cos it doesn’t really look like a big deal kinda to me *shrugs*, so, I usually end up buying books on Christianity, leadership, attitude and business most times, neglecting that one important part of life RELATIONSHIP.…

  • Family

    #LOVING SOMEONE FROM A BROKEN HOME – Conclusion

    This is the last part of my honorable guest writer’s post… Happy Reading! Those ones who have lived in broken households don’t usually reveal that aspect of their past, especially when they get into romantic relationships. But when it’s brought into light, it can change the way you look at things, including the way you love them: Continuing from where we stopped, here are the rest of the facts about them that will help you understand and love them better…… 6. ARGUMENTS WILL EITHER BE FILLED WITH EMOTION, OR BE COMPLETELY SHUT OFF….. They don’t necessarily want to disagree with you, and In the heat of an argument at this…

  • Family

    #LOVING SOMEONE FROM A BROKEN HOME – Part 1

    Michelle is a friend and guest blogger, she’s been featured here before so I hope you enjoy this beautiful write up from her… It’s not simple to explain, it’s not what most would see as normal, and it’s something that can bring both happiness and pain. Those who come from a broken home are doing their best to figure life out, just like everyone else. Don’t get me wrong here, loving someone who comes from a broken family can be work, but they will love you and cherish you with all of their heart. You are their safe place, and they will always have your back for that. To be…

  • Family,  life lessons,  Politics

    How I Knew I Can't Be A Politician

    My brother contested for the post of president in the faculty *we’re in the same faculty* and he lost; Yeah, he lost honorably! Not because he wasn’t good enough or didn’t do his best. In fact, I should say we lost cos’ I was as involved in it as he was. Being the first time for him to lose at something, I’m sure he has a lot of lessons to learn but really politics ain’t my type of thing, not just because I hate confrontations & competitions but I’m too honest a being to play the game called Politics. I learnt few words yesterday like: Politicking *though its in the…