You'd think I'm one relationship expert with this blog post but I'm still learning. This blog post is going to be around Relationships in general not only romantic relationships. I'd be giving examples on what people don't know in creating friendships and building relationships. 1. Don't start your chats with a bad vibe. When you slide into… Continue reading What you don’t know about what you know.
It's been a rainy day, I've spent all of today trying to complete all the tasks set for myself this week and trying so hard not to carry over any task to next week. In this post, I'd really want to share 10 things about me. 1. I like pronouncing my name in full, Oladipo… Continue reading 10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT KINTAN
I'm on this journey again to Ibadan and I'm really not happy. Prior to this time, I always come to Lagos and leave almost immediately but you know that saying of 'No place like home's worked on me this time and I realised how drained I've been mentally in Ibadan and how active I was… Continue reading I Just wanted to Write
Dear God, I write this with tears on my eyes. I've never thought of writing to you but the agony of my heart doesn't even warrant me speaking to you. I know that you're seeing as the ink on my pen gently turn to words and the tears dropping on this paper are smearing… Continue reading FROM A PLACE OF HURT
Now playing: Cross Me by Ed Sheeran It's another beautiful day to tell you not to rate everybody. While I'm a very free person and can easily relate with everybody, a series of situations occurred to me last week that made me block people on a SM platform. Let's gist: Now playing: Dive by Ed… Continue reading Surveillance Cameras
It's funny that I only get the interpretation of this subject on faith-based topics. Yesterday, I learnt a new thing. I'm an active user of Twitter so trending issues are not really far from me. The topic of yesterday was about a Youth that had told a well-known Nigerian Nobel prize Winner and Professor, Wole… Continue reading Let No Man Despise Thy Youth
I remember the year we read the book, 'When will I be Big?' by T.A.O Olayiwola. I was in primary 1 then and it tells a story of a small girl called 'Sinta Musa' and her wishing to grow up and be big and be able to do things her senior brother did, like have… Continue reading When Will I Be Big?