Post inspired by Toosii – Back From The Dead Have you ever had moments where you’ve just started crying? Crying not because anything has happened but because you’re exhausted. You’re full of energy but you’re so fxcking exhausted. It’s like you haven’t been able to catch a breath in a while, you’ve just been ploughing … Read moreMind Games: The Beautiful Pain of Hustling
The thought of being released from the bondage of public transport lives rent free in many people’s minds. Having to run for the train; being late to an important meetings because someone decided to wait until they got on the bus before looking for their Oyster card; struggling to get home due unexplained delays and … Read moreYou Want A Car Until You Get It – The Cost of Driving
We’ve all reached that point in University where we’ve considered dropping out. For some the feeling is short-lived. For others, it’s almost a certain decision backed by a build-up of different emotions, excuses, reasons, aspirations, expectations and more. However in the midst of all these factors we forget to consider the logical side of things. … Read moreWhat To Consider Before Dropping Out Of University
When reading some books you can’t just read each sentence word for word especially when it comes to China Achebe’s proverbial Things Fall Apart. Things Fall Apart is a classic story about pre-colonial life in Nigeria. Chinua Achebe portrays a vivid image of aspects of the Igbo culture with great emphasis on their persistent use of proverbs, many of which could be applied to our daily lives.
When you think about journaling the first thing that comes to most people’s minds is a bunch of pages of writing starting with ‘Dear diary…’ followed by a rant about your day. However, journaling isn’t just about b*tching, there are other elements to journaling that could improve your quality of life over time. So keep reading to find out some of the benefits of journaling, maybe you’ll find just one reason to start keeping a journal for yourself.
History is made up of a lot more than just stories about the World War II and King Henry VIII and his six wives. Unfortunately, the education system doesn’t really give us a broad view of how much more history really has to offer. Fortunately for us though, we have people like ‘SayyNadaa’ who are willing to share these untold stories with us on their various platforms.
Have you ever felt like something was missing in the world? Something that would better your life experience? Only to realise that it doesn’t exist or it’s only for an exclusive group of people, (i.e. see-through toasters or a dog toy doubling as a toothbrush). What did you do about it? Probably nothing, like most people would. However, Lotanna Ezeike isn’t like most people. When he feels like something should exist that doesn’t, he creates it. He is the epitome of a serial entrepreneur and this has been his journey…
Young Entrepreneurs – Amanda Ogong A Woman That Means Business When it comes to women in business, in my circle a few names come to mind but two individuals stick out from the rest. Cessiah Lopez and Amanda Ogong. I’ve already written about Cessiah, today is about Amanda, one of the bubbliest individuals I know. … Read moreHustlers: Amanda Ogong – She Means Business
A Few Of My Favourites from Tobias Tobias In an era of music where young artists seem to follow trends with hopes that they’ll soon have their name in the lights, only a few stay in their lane and focus on creating their own sound. Tobias is one of these unique artists. Merging sounds from … Read moreHustlers: Tobias – In His Own Lane Creating His Own Sound
Are you currently bored out of your mind at home during this quarantine period? You probably can’t wait for all this madness to end. Rather than being consumed by misery, why not try and see things from a different perspective? Here are some great things to do while you’re quarantined. Deep Clean Your House Since … Read moreHow To Not Be Bored During Quarantine