Who’s a perfect Mom? Please comment below, so we can applaud you! Why beat yourself up because you can’t seem to get her ponytail right? Who says Mary is better than you, just cause she bakes every weekend for her children? Why do you think that you’re the worst Mother on earth because you failed
It started like every other morning, nothing out of the ordinary. You know how some people wake up and say they felt different or could sense something was about to happen but could not put their finger on it? Like an omen? Well, that did not happen to me. I woke up that morning feeling
What, where, when really is the market place? Is it Idumota, or Apongbon or Yaba? Is it where hordes of people gather to sell pepper, tomatoes and stuff or is it NSE on Customs Street or NYSE? If you’ve ever been to Isale Eko or Katangowa, then you’d pride yourself as having been to the
Your name is Dare (maybe) and you don’t drive a car. Neither do you have those limited edition Air Jordans. Let’s be honest, the reason you don’t go clubbing has nothing to do with your faith, the bouncers just won’t let you in (don’t worry, we won’t tell, He already knows). But the truth is,
Last week was epic, as we walked, strolled or were dragged to our polling units to vote. I did mention my argument with my CFO and what was at stake – bragging rights; to keep our egos intact, I won’t tell you who won. One thing is for sure, it was worth the intellectual exercise.
This thing called ‘Mom Guilt’ is popular, globally, in the spheres of maternity, positive parenting, intentional motherhood and so on. However, in Nigeria, the name is new but not the feeling. Mom Guilt is a general occurrence among mothers. It can happen to any mom at any time and show itself in different “mom” situations.
Psalm 122: 6-7 asks us to pray for the peace of Jerusalem (our areas of residence and citizenship): “May those who love you be secure. May there be peace within your walls and security within your citadels.” We thank God for the wonderful people and resources He has blessed our nation with; we thank Him
So the Presidential and the National Assembly elections have come and gone until another four years. Yes, we prepped, we argued, we even spent tons of money in travels, electioneering, covering for the costs of work-free days etc. Sadly, some beloved citizens, friends and family passed- may their souls rest well. No matter how the
I grew up watching the series “Everybody Hates Chris”. It’s a very interesting series, in which everyone seemed to not like him, why? Because he was not like everyone else. He was different. By different, I don’t mean being gay or not liking the sex or body you are in (whatever that means). The kind
Yes, there was molten magma in my veins and fire in my bones with the pistons of my heart pounding like a formula one supercar engine’s. I was spoiling to burst into 2019. I primed my ears to hear the whistle to zoom into the new year. Happy New Year, happy New Year, everyone was
It started when I was in the office and looking through Instagram. My friends had posted pictures of them with their kids; one of them was having a party for her child. It was such a beautiful party, everything was so organised the colours were the same throughout from the chair to the table to
A few days ago, I had a horrible dream that woke me up in the early hours of the morning. It felt so real. I checked the time, it was 4am, so I decided to pray and spoil the works of the enemy. I was a bit thirsty from the spiritual exercise and so I decided
Hi, I am Toby Adeyemo, a partner and co-founder of AMA Creatives – a vibrant and inventive learning tech brand who believes that learning should be fun, edutaining and accessible anytime, anywhere, and on any smart device. My career profile is as straight as a jerry-curl; with over 10 years of experience combing IT, Learning
Think not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country. These words are very pertinent at this momentous time in Nigeria’s history. This is due to the fact that as contemporary Nigerians, we often mistake the entity that is Nigeria, for the institution that is the government. The
Like every other working-class Nigerian, I got out of bed super early to prep for my day. It’s a Friday like no other, elections are holding tomorrow and it’s been the talk of the lunch room for weeks. Apart from the fact that it’s a half day at work, I’m super excited to wrap up