My 2018 Book Lists

2017 was a year of so much stress and the hassles of simple living took it's definite toll on me especially in caring for myself leading to neglect of the things I like to do mostly reading. When I was growing up, I remembered reading anything and everything I could find, my other talents suffered.  … Continue reading My 2018 Book Lists

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Living your best Life #Motivations

"Someday" and "one of these days" should fast lose their grip in your vocabulary. What is that which you want to do and achieve, set about it, fast. If it's worth seeing 🙉, hearing 👂 or doing, yearn and want to see, hear or do it now. Why waste precious minutes 🕐prevaricating and going between … Continue reading Living your best Life #Motivations

Ten Kinds of People to Stay Away From

In our everyday life we come across all sorts of people, some good, some bad and some downright toxic. Some we interact on superficial levels while for some we go into intimate relationships with like family, coworkers, neighbors and friends. These interactions in as much as it gives us a diverse experience of life has … Continue reading Ten Kinds of People to Stay Away From

Achieving Set Goals in 2018

It looks like just yesterday when 2017 was ushered in and now it’s the beginning of 2018. Every year as we say goodbye to the old year and prepare for the New Year, best believe that most of our goals and aspirations have not been met, but does that stop us from making new resolutions? … Continue reading Achieving Set Goals in 2018

Five Places to be this Yuletide in Nigeria

Christmas celebration and the New Year in Nigeria is the single biggest celebration as its not only being celebrated by the whole nation. This season give a sense of love and bliss, cards and goodwill are exchanged, the streets are lit with all manner of LED lights, bright, colorful lights and the atmosphere filled with … Continue reading Five Places to be this Yuletide in Nigeria

If I Have to Say It by Frida Kahlo

Today, I'm sharing with you a quote by Frida Kahlo, famous Mexican painter who was born in 1907. This woman was obviously a force of nature, vibrant and larger than life, but also vulnerable and very human. She represents the pain every woman on earth is going through—physical and emotional. Know that not a lot … Continue reading If I Have to Say It by Frida Kahlo

My Three W’s of Thankfulness

Its thanksgiving weekend and I won’t let it pass without sending a heartfelt wish to everyone celebrating out there especially my readers. Thanksgiving Day is officially celebrated in the United States of America and Canada. It’s a day where family all over the country gather to celebrate the goodness of God for those who believe … Continue reading My Three W’s of Thankfulness

That Lamp Called Hope

"Dear Human, When sorrow builds a house inside your mind don’t let it shake you beyond what you can bear Sit somewhere and find out what the house is made of get to know where the furniture came from, find out why the windows are so fiercely open Read something uplifting that empathizes but doesn’t … Continue reading That Lamp Called Hope

7 Interesting Facts About Nigeria

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Nigeria is an African country bordered on the west by the Benin Republic, Chad and Cameroon in the East, Niger in the North and the coast in the South lies on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic Ocean. It comprises of 36 states with the Federal Capital Territory-Abuja. Nigeria-The … Continue reading 7 Interesting Facts About Nigeria