Currently in love with Uncle Suru- John Ogah feat Adekunle Gold and Simi. This is another first of its kind post on here and it’s quite amazing to see me do things I thought I will do in the nearest future. Well I discovered the future is now!!! I put up a post on Instagram…… Continue reading THRIFT FIND JULY; A DAY IN THE PARK.
I have had discussions with people over here wanting to know more about our African culture (most especially the Nigerian version of it all). I decided to write a post on marriage because it has remained a reoccurring question, everyone wants to know how it’s done. Nuptial ties can be the most simple yet elaborate event…… Continue reading 5 SIGNS TO KNOW YOU ARE MADE AND READY FOR MARRIAGE IN A NIGERIAN HOME.
Life gets extremely busy like the early morning hustling for molue buses in Lagos when I was younger, but the false reality is that we never get tired of her (life’s) stressful routine – we, just keep living each day as it comes; making sure each tiny box gets ticked on our physical and imaginary to-do list. I…… Continue reading 7 THINGS THAT SINCERELY MAKES ME HAPPY THESE DAYS.
Lately I have been reminiscing a lot about my life before the big 20 and I have had series of flashbacks play in my head. I realized that life after the age 20 has been moving so fast paced. I really wish I could put its pacing on the exact opposite of what I have right now. Growing…… Continue reading JUST BEFORE 20…
Hey guys, This post should have been up a while back but the days move too fast and life gets busy. I hope you enjoy reading this post as I outline the difference(s) between living in Oklahoma City, USA and Lagos city, Nigeria; Temperature/ Weather: This has to make the top of the list because this…… Continue reading Lagos girl, Oklahoma living.
Hey guys!!! How has your week been so far? Do you remember the editor of this blog who I appreciated in a previous post, well he is now a contributor and he wrote this beautiful piece on ‘GENDER EQUALITY’. Gender equality from a guys point of view. Sit tight and enjoy this post. The problem…… Continue reading There is a problem with you. Yes you!
With moving to a new country far away from home comes learning new cultures and life styles which you can choose to embrace it, infuse with yours to get a better lifestyle/ culture or disregard it all the same. I have heard about the thanksgiving holiday while I was in Nigeria, but I gave it little…… Continue reading Thanksgiving day.