Tuawa Adenekan Reviews Reedeming Love 

Hollaaaaaa, Nope I didn’t forget December book review. This month, I asked my fellow book lover Tuawa to review Francine Rivers’ Redeeming Love and she obliged. I decided I wanted it for this month just because I think that christmas and the end of the year is a good time to reflect on the undying…

12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY

Hi Guys. How’s the season treating you? Hopefully we are all getting into the christmas season. Wrapping gifts, giving them, receiving them, buying a tree, decorating it. Well if you haven’t gotten in the spirit, I have. Which is why starting tomorrow 15th till the 26th which is boxing day, I will be having a…

DECEMBER TO REMEMBER (Cheesy, I know.)

Welcome to December guys. I know, I know. Did I hear someone say i gba yi l’aro?  Well hello, we are still in the first week. Lol. I was in birthday mood with my toddler this weekend so please cut me some slack. Hopefully you have read the piece I posted on her birthday about…

PARENTING 101; THE ONE IN MY BELLY

One of my earliest most persistent detail from my childhood that may have scarred me for too long is growing up and being reminded everyday how skinny I was. And while it is arguable that most of it was never actually done with malicious intent, it did affect my psyche at school and at play….

NOVEMBER BOOK REVIEW; UNACCUSTOMED EARTH

Author; Jhumpa Lahiri. (Indian-American) Genre; Fiction (short stories) Publisher/Year of 1st Publication: Originally by Alfred A.Knopf in 2008. My copy by Vintage Books. Number of Pages; 333 Price; $15.95 Other Titles; Interpreter of Maladies, (Pulitzer Prize) Namesake

13 SAYINGS PECULIAR TO ONLY NIGERIANS.

I was sitting in bed last week, minding my own business, when something entered my left eye from no where. I did everything I could, shut it tight, flushed it with water but it was still peppering me. Then suddenly, even in my dilemma I figured my next blog post would be about words that are…

#AkeFest2016: A Promising Beginning.

I desperately wanted to attend the Ake Book Festival this year, but I couldn’t because of an important trip I had to make. But thankfully, my darling Phidelia whose short story  I featured a while ago here was there and she has given me permission to re share her account from phideliaimiegha.com, which I am super super grateful for….

FIGURE HEADS; Lagos Airport Diaries

I’ve been thinking, perhaps I need to have a “Airport Diaries” segment on my blog. I usually have the weirdest things happen to me there, like this one that happened in Accra I blogged about a while ago.

RELAX, YOU ARE DOING OK.

Happy almost Friday everyone, Just a quick reminder and encouragement to you all today that you are doing well and everything will come together nicely in the end. Thumbs up for you.

SAY NO… TO THAT NEXT ASO EBI.

It will not be far from the truth to say that one of the most difficult word’s for adults to say is NO. We even say no in our heads so many times but as soon as it is time to execute, for some reason it changes to yes. But NO is really just a…