Queen of Clap-Backs

I have always responded to ignorant or prejudicial comments with very little tolerance or understanding. In fact, I pride myself on being someone who is able to give as much as she gets. The other day, I lowkey bragged about how I am able to ‘check’ anyone who comes at me with ignorant statements or […]

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Will you Ask about me?

They say one of the greatest treasures of this world is a good friend. I’ll go a step further and say, one of the greatest treasures of this world is a righteous friend. Imam Hasan al Basri said: Have lots of believing friends for they will be able to intercede for you on the day […]

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5 lessons from 10 years of married life

I don’t think there’s much that’s been left unsaid about the topic of marriage in general, so, I won’t claim to have any special knowledge on the matter. However, what remains relevant and interesting about universal themes and social constructs such as marriage; is the people who live these situations. Our individuality and unique perspectives […]

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Back in the saddle

Hi there! Towards the end of June, I had a conversation with two of my friends about a couple of speaking engagements that I had signed up to do. I was really excited about the prospect of sharing my knowledge and experience with blogging and running my stationery business. But, I was also nervous about […]

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On Bullying and the toxic Seniority Culture in Nigeria.

When I was about 11 years old, in Secondary school, my big sister and I had a bully. We were both in boarding school so our parents weren’t readily available. This bully hated my sister and I and she let us know it. If you know about the Nigerian ‘seniority culture’ then you’d be aware […]

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My 30-day Challenge- #joyfuljune

It’s no news that the world is in shambles right now. 2020 will definitely go down in the history books as ‘the one with all the global trauma’. It is easy to absorb all the heaviness and sadness to the extent where we fail to see the good and positives within our daily lives. So, […]

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