Thinking about this makes me feel incredibly joyful. I don't know how this will come into my future plans, because life is so unpredictable these days. It's like life is a big sister pulling you along on this journey and you have no choice but to tag along.
So if anyone asks me the inspiration that drove me to write this story, I am going to say I waited and listened. It is the best way to get through these twins. Be patient enough to understand their similarities but also know people are generally different, even those who shared the same cord.
‘’Music interprets the language of emotion to the minds willing to listen’’ ‘’I WANT TO CHANGE THE GAME WITH LIVE BAND PERFORMANCES IN NIGERIA’’ The way our generation is so into music, it is like there has not been any other generation before us that worship music. This is not true though, late 90s kids... Continue Reading →
"Expecting young adults to have their lives all figured out in their twenties is the real definition of a pressure cooker, because here in Nigeria, no one understands us like we do...’’ There was an idea to tell a different story parallel to what we read about Nigerians living in Nigeria; the young kids born... Continue Reading →
I had an epiphany. I always do though that it had become a part of my Wednesday during my twenty one minutes break to watch the newest episode of Grownish on my Smartphone. It had honestly occurred to me to begin to put my love for TV series into good use – writing recaps of... Continue Reading →
What I really love doing is telling stories. Not particularly fiction alone but about real people. Though fiction does create room for us to do this, still people are as real as they can get. And we do not have to open a page of a book before we discover real stories. Our reality is... Continue Reading →
If you are a talker/curious cat like me, you should really start getting on twitter. It will amaze you how wide the intelligence - derangement spectrum is once you start reading tweets from strangers and friends alike. My only regret is that I didn't begin to increase my social presence all these while on twitter.... Continue Reading →
"If you are privileged enough to own a platform, try and use it to make the world a better place" - BLACKPROWRITER '18 I first knew of Luvvie Ajayi on YouTube when I watched her TED talk video called "Get comfortable with being uncomfortable". The title was surely more than a clickbait because I wanted to... Continue Reading →
I turned 22 today! Oh. Yesterday! In my head I had already posted this on Valentine's day. But it doesn't matter. My birthday was like the day before except I took down my twists, did my makeup, pineapple-d my hair and put on a fancy dress just to take photos for the blog. No date,... Continue Reading →