• Inspiration,  lifestyle

    Monday Motivation

    Oh yeah, it’s about time for the holidays to be over. Trust 2019 has been treating y’all nice so far. So, this is officially the first post for the year and I’ll try to make it brief as much as possible. If you don’t have a plan for the year yet, you can still make one, grab your pen and blank sheet to write it down, make it plain, so you can run with it. . . No matter how big the goal(s) is/are, if you set your mind to it/them, you’d smile when reviewing the year at it’s end. If you have it laid out already but holding back…

  • Inspiration,  life lessons,  lifestyle

    2018 WRAP UP

    2018 was a great year for me. My growth game was nothing like I’ve ever experienced and I’m sure I’ll only be reiterating what you might have read already from the previous blog posts, so, I’m not going to bore you with the same stories. But, I must appreciate y’all. Thanks to everyone for the love and support. One phrase I’ve been meditating on for the past few weeks are, “These things are even shadow of things to come”. If 2018 was great, 2019 promises to be greater. . . So, on today’s year-end wrap up, I’m just going to say few things. Firstly, I’m not big on new year…

  • Christianity,  life lessons,  lifestyle


    A blogger friend VOB started a 31-day gratitude challenge on her blog and today is the 6th day, so this post is going to be me joining in on the challenge. 2018 is almost over and I must say it’s given me one great roller-coaster ride. I was tested in all ways; my strength, faith, love, trust, . . . I stretched out my limits, fell and rose up (in some situations, I couldn’t even look up), bruised and healed (and the ones that refused to heal up, I repressed), lost and grieved (I miss you Grandma), . . . Yet, still the year I’ve had my biggest growth, even…

  • Academics,  lifestyle

    NYSC ii

    This is a continuation of my last post. So, overall, I had a great year, probably my best yet. Spiritually, I had a great relationship with God, met friends we prayed together. I listened to more sermons, fasted and prayed more than I’ve ever done and saw results like never before. Socially, as introverted as I turned, I met really great people both in the church (CGMi) I joined, my flatmates and even fellow corpers that I’ll forever be bonded with. Financially, I was more prudent and shrewd, as little as the allowance was with no stipend from my PPA, I still saved more and I learnt more to trust…

  • Academics,  lifestyle


    The way I’ve been sleeping since yesterday is alarming (at some point, I told a friend I might have been stung by tse tse fly – lol). This is an extreme late post, since, I was meant to do this 10 days ago, but, I’ve been travelling ever since and spent most of the days busy and in places with little or no network reception. On the 18th of this month, October, I did my POP (passing out parade) from the mandatory 1-year National Service expected of every graduate in Nigeria of 30 years old and below. It wasn’t really a ceremonial event as expected (probably the government was trying…


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