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2014 In Review.

Sigh. Where do I start from? Believe me when I say that I’ve been contemplating this from the beginning of the month. I had to get into it somehow. Anyhow. Which is part of the reason I stayed away from featuring on folks’ end of the year reviews, the other being discomfort in putting my …

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2014 Blog Roundup

Best Posts. Between the internet and my sanity Fa├žade or not? What my faith means to me The case for (dis)honesty On dysfunctionality and the idea of marriage The idea of love On marriage, meditation and globetrotting Movie review: Half Of A Yellow Sun On self love The in-betweens Favorite Books. Twilight Saga – Stephanie …

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A Few Of My New Favorite Blogs.

Over the last few weeks, I’ve discovered some really amazing blogs. Mostly via Bloglovin and Ibukun’s retweets. I particularly love these ones because they’re a breath of fresh air. In Nigeria, people are either blogging on gossip, fashion, makeup or natural hair and to be honest, it’s exhausting. I needed to neutralize my feed and …

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Believe In Yourself.

I’m not so much of a fan of D’Banj but his TEDx talk is quite refreshing and inspiring. I kind of like the direction he’s heading; spearheading a cause and paving a way whilst at it. I wish him all the best and more. Watch here. Believe in yourself | D’Banj | TEDxWBG EB.

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Flashback

It just occurred to me that I never really talked about the time Lola Akinmade Akestrom dropped a comment on a post I wrote about her and the subsequent effects it had on me.(NatGeoTravel anyone?) I think it’s safe to say that I’m still basking in the euphoria that came with that single kind gesture. …

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Stay.

I had a really weird dream last night. Usually when they come in this particular form, I’m always very quick to pray against it. In fact my body detects this things and starts praying subconsciously. (That’s the best way I can explain it). This time around instead of praying instantly, it made me think. What …

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