Recently I have been thinking about opportunity and how we may sometimes be more laid back about an opportunity that has been handed down to us, freely, than one we have to fight for. It’s made me reevaluate myself and realize that I have to be more grateful for the opportunities that have been handed … More Free Opportunity
I like fish. Especially the roasted one (point and kill, as it is popularly called in Nigeria). I don’t know if I have a particular one I like because the range of roasted fish I have come across are not so many. I remember though that I have had cat, croaker and tilapia. When it … More Giving fish and teaching the skills
There is such a thing as Godfidence. For me it’s the confidence you have about yourself and life not because of your ability or intelligence or humanity but because of God. Confidence in itself it’s not a bad thing. We often need to have it, so that we believe in ourselves and are able to … More Godfidence: Having confidence in God
Happy married life to Deji and Jummai. By the way, it’s their one month anniversary today. I am so grateful to God and pleased to have been part of their wedding. Their wedding special to me for many reasons. Jummai is like a sister. I have watched and admired and respected their relationship from afar … More Nigerian white wedding between Jummai and Deji
November 10th, 2017, was and will always be a memorable day for many people that attended the wedding of Deji and Jummai. I imagine though that it can probably not be anymore memorable for us than for the bride. The wedding for many of the people that attend just includes the event itself but for … More Story of a Nigerian traditional wedding: Igala and Yoruba wedding. Kedono (Jummai) weds Deji
Goal setting. Something we engage in from time to time or actually something we run away from, maybe because we wonder if we would achieve it or not. This post is part of a blog branding exercise that I am engaging in and for today’s assignment I am required to set or write out three … More Branding and Growth, Day One: Set Three Goals #bloggingbranding
We can relocate in different ways. In the physical or in our minds. One of the major relocations I had to do in my life was moving to another state when I got married. Having to move from Abuja to Lagos was a big shift. Many things made it big. I don’t think I am … More Relocate
It’s not like there is a 13th month but still, It’s the 12th month of the year! Hallelujah and hurray Take a minute or more to play your favorite song and dance 💃🏽 💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽 dance dance dance. Don’t forget to finish reading this post though and others on the blog, when you are done dancing. … More 12th Month of the year: Hallelujah Hurray! It’s December!
How old was Methuselah when he died? Bible scholars come out and answer 😊 One of the most commonly asked or known facts of the Christians and maybe the world is that Methuselah is the man that lived the longest. Makes me wonder, what would I be remembered for? What would I want to be … More Bible quiz: How old was Methuselah when he died?