Exploring Lagos| Rufus & Bee

Hey people! So we went to Rufus & Bee and it was kind of awesome. Kelvin hit me up couple of days before Titi's birthday to tell me about the plan to go to Rufus & Bee to celebrate her birthday the weekend before her birthday. From what he told me, I budgeted 10,000 naira... Continue Reading →


10 books by female authors I look forward to reading in 2018

Hey book lovers! Happy International Women's Day! Photo cred: Pinterest. Hope you're having a fulfilling day! I was going to do a recap of the books I read in 2017 but I took a break from blogging last year December and I feel like it's too late to share now. Anyway, I ended up reading... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Wole Soyinka – Aké

Book Title: Aké - The Years of Childhood. Author: Wole Soyinka Published: 2014 - (The edition I read) by BOOKCRAFT ISBN: 9789788457114 Cover illustration: Alexmakarova Cover design: Dupe Olayebi Literary award: Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for Non fiction. (1983) Blurb Aké tells the story of Wole Soyinka’s first eleven years as a child (1934-1945), a period... Continue Reading →


Can we all promise to embrace the small joys of life? To not take things for granted? To be kind to our self and engage in self-care? To soak up every aspect of the wonderful big moments, to confront our fears?

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