Beach please! Bermuda, here I come!

If you live and work in Lagos, then you’re due for a vacation EVERY WEEK because the stress that Lagos brings is enough to break the strongest person down. So it was with lots of tiredness, plenty stress but also inner excitement that I headed to the Int’l airport for my flight out of the... Continue Reading →


2018: The year of paperbacks.

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Hey book lovers! How's it going? I hope your reading challenge is going as planned. My reading goal this year is to read 50 books. I've read 12 so far. I don't think this is a promising start but as much as I want to accomplish this goal I'm putting... Continue Reading →

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 →

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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