On Letting Go- Things I Cannot Control

Before 1940, humans existed and were living a pretty comfortable life. July 6, 1928, slice bread was a thing already. This is to wade off thoughts that humans were dressed in animal skins. Cars and class existed and humans’ basic needs had always been met in one way or the other. Emphasis on the year- 1940. A plethora of humans have died, people evolved, trends came and went, and still, nobody, I repeat, nobody wrote a manual about adulting???? It’s

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HOW I FEEL AS A NIGERIAN

Explaining to myself in 5 years what happened to Nigeria would come as a flash where in less than fourteen days, things seem to be going back to normal. And normal here ain’t cool. The new normal is how we are getting to where we want to go. With the destruction and vandalization of properties and buildings that are either privately owned or government-owned, to the killings of brothers and sisters in the country, it is saddening to know that

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WHY COVID 19 IS NOT THE TITLE OF THIS POST + OTHER THINGS I WANT TO SAY

Colour me shocked, fearless, lowkey happy (just because of the break) when I heard about the recent happening in the world. I do not intend to bore you with the details and how much you and I should cling to safety. I practically stalled this post for two major reasons 1. I do not want to write about just COVID 19 and, 2. It feels like there’s a whole lot still going on in the world apart from the pandemic.

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ON LIVING: IS GROWING UP ACTUALLY A SCAM

Sometimes, it feels like I give myself unnecessary headaches, taking paracetamol while trying to wrap my finger about how to journey through life. Since it’s a journey, I am fully down for enjoying the ride, every dang moment that comes, the good, the not so bad, the bad and boy, I really do not want to see the ugly. For the records, I am twenty one years old and I ain’t gon’ lie, life is real. Not scary. (sometimes though).

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