Sounds very much like a comic film, doesn’t it? I was drawn to the movie for this same reason but soon enough found out that it was far from a funny flick. It was based on true events, a genre … Continue reading The Eichmann Show
Less than three weeks ago, a colleague of mine passed away. It was too sudden, too fast, too unexpected. This was someone who another person said “was too full of life to be dead”. I was like how can this person … Continue reading When Death hits close to home (part 1)
If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you’d have known by now that I traveled to Dubai. Yes, I’m finally beginning to fulfill my dreams of travelling, and even though Dubai didn’t make the cut in my top 5 … Continue reading The Spirit of Dubai
Worship Without Borders is back! WWB is an initiative of Spirit of David, meant to encourage true worship by creating an atmosphere of freedom and intimacy with God. At these two hour sessions, with nothing but worship music and the freedom to be yourself, it is an experience you don’t want to miss! We hold these worship sessions every quarter in any Lagos church willing to host us. This time, KingsWord International Ministries will be our WWB III host. Thank you guys! Don’t come alone, feel free to join us and experience worship at it’s truest form. Venue: KingsWord International … Continue reading Worship Without Borders Session III
So there’s this friend I’ve got whom I’ve never met, which is pretty common these days, given how technology has made the whole world seem like a village. He’s an interesting fellow, beneath his scholarly demeanor We talk lots, and … Continue reading Random Convos II
Perfectionism, in psychology, is a personality trait characterized by a person’s striving for flawlessness and setting excessively high performance standards, accompanied by overly critical self-evaluations and concerns regarding others’ evaluations. It is best conceptualized as a multidimensional characteristic, as psychologists … Continue reading The failed perfectionist
You might have read in one of my (very old) posts that I am/was emotionally attached to my hair. Yes. I would go through one of those major life-changing episodes – which coincidentally happened every two years – and I would have a deep need to snip, snip snip – although going by my old pictures it was more of a shave, shave shave! Anyways, September of 2014 was one of those phases. I haven’t been documenting my hair journey like most naturalistas do. I had very thick hair as a kid which my mom would blow-dry before braiding just to make … Continue reading Natural Hair Birthday?