It's been days since my last post and a Happy Weekend to y’all! And I just deleted a published post mistakingly in the process of trying to post this. . .😢 Anyways, It's Friday so we counting already. I want to apologize for my inconsistency on this blog (after all, some of y’all have probably gotten used to… Continue reading Mckayla Robbin’s ‘We Carry the Sky’: The Immersion
Halllllowwww fabulous readers! Welcome to the weekend and y’all know what the weekend is all about! Reviews! I’ve been away for some time and first, I have to thank the terrible Glo Network for that and in fact, I have decided that after this sub finishes, no more Glo! Where’s the pride when the network slows… Continue reading Sarah Kay’s ‘The Type’: A Poem for the Woman
If anyone had told me I would share something related to suicide this week, I would say No. Last week Sunday, I read a story of an OAU Student who committed suicide by mixing battery liquid with rat poison because she got an E in CHM 101. It was very sad to stomach and it… Continue reading WHAT WE DON’T KNOW ABOUT SUICIDE
Can I just say that apart from the fact a man is entitled to his opinions, some of y’all social media Judges need to take a chill pill and calm down with the Timi Dakolo lashing out. . . #mansgotpoints! Two days ago, I woke up and had read one of these gist on Instablog9ja… Continue reading THE MARRIAGE NARRATIVES
Okay guys. . . before I start this review proper, I just wanna ask have you ever read a book that is this sexual and you say to yourself the author of this book better be getting this much in real life cos mehn. . . if not, I’d wanna ask her how she survived… Continue reading Tomilola ‘Coco’ Adeyemo’s DANGEROUS PASSION: An Aphrodisiac
"Women often postpone their lives, thinking that if they're not with a partner then it doesn't really count. They're still searching for their prince, in a way. And as much as we don't discuss that, because it's too embarrassing and too sad, I think it really does exist." —Jane Campion Hallos readers of Ibukunwrites blog. It’s… Continue reading I Don’t Need No Man. . .
When we fail to set boundaries and hold people accountable, we feel used and mistreated. This is why we sometimes attack who they are, which is far more hurtful than addressing a behavior or a choice. ~ Brené Brown. I must say that writing this particular post was a struggle and that’s not because I… Continue reading BOUNDARIES: HOW WELL DO YOU UNDERSTAND IT?