Suzan writes... While this subject has a lot of instances that deeply explains the topic, I am mainly going to write about the one thing I think is relatable among females - beauty and self-image. "Bra" is probably one of those few words I could not say out loud during my teenage years (alongside feminine … Continue reading DUDE,SOMETIMES SHE IS NOT DOING THESE THINGS FOR YOUR ATTENTION.
SUZAN writes... Right now, I am battling with a blocked nose and I have no idea how it happened. Makes me appreciate a normal day with a clear nose. This week has been filled with back-to-back positive comments about my natural hair. It felt so good to inspire ladies to try the natural hair journey. … Continue reading DAMILOLA… AN OPEN LETTER TO MY TEENAGE SELF
Suzan writes... To say we are fighting for gender equality between male and female is to also agree that we females need to put up a united front. Yet there is an automatic aggressiveness among females towards one another. We point out each other's fault and imperfections. "She is so fat, she is so skinny, … Continue reading UNDERSTANDING THE PREJUDICE HOSTILITY AMONG FEMALES TOWARDS EACH OTHER.
Then, it hit me. I have been so stressed about the future before it even begun that I have forgotten I need to stay in the present to make it to my tomorrow.
Nigerians; the multi-cultural beings from the West Africa region. We are scattered across the world and have inherited many titles from non-Nigerians. We are the Nigerian Princes, refugees from bomb striken lands in the north, the descendant of the most corrupted country in the world and the race with various incomprehensible accents and dialects. We … Continue reading NIGERIANS AND THEIR CUSTOM-MADE ATTITUDE TOWARDS LIFE ITSELF
SUZAN writes... Today's post came up late. Not for lack of trying in my side though!!! Still, better late than never. Right? You ever wonder why females in top positions tend to be tougher or stricter than their male counterparts? You ever hear chatters in a public transport and the driver says he prefers to … Continue reading YOUNG AND FEMALE? READ THIS!
SUZAN writes... Are you ever those type of people who listen to songs because of the lyrics and not because of the beat? Beat can be nice; you know the rise and fall of the tempo that makes your ears vibrate. The melody of the music that causes goose bumps to rise on your skin. … Continue reading MUSIC AND ITS ABILITY TO HEAL
SUZAN writes... Maybe it's just me or maybe it's generic but there is something about simplicity that always captures my attention and holds its firm grip on my heart. On the theme of love, (as it the season to celebrate love) wouldn't it be fantastic to discuss issues from the heart? Hence a post about … Continue reading A LOVE FOR SIMPLICITY
Suzan writes... Its probably too early to start writing this because I've only spent a night in Ogbomoso but it's been a long time coming. Sue is back in school and even though I know these coming weeks are going to be busy as eff, I have to say it feels so good to be … Continue reading BACK TO SCHOOL × JANUARY RECAP
SUZAN writes... Fiction week 2... Enjoy! He seemed like the perfect man. You know, the type you would take home to meet Mum and Dad. The type you would love to share a brunch with alongside your parents; look into his eyes as he speaks to your Father and you would smile. A smile of … Continue reading FICTION-UNREQUITED LOVE