Yay! It's another 5th of July and despite how weird this year has been, it has given me some time to reflect and reminisce. A particular reminisce-worthy time was this day last year when I got my first surprise dinner ever. So, I have always anticipated Birthdays... ...not because I get to express the extent of … Continue reading The 5th.
Hear me out. I know reading ‘Move’ in a time such as this, would almost have you rolling your eyes to the back of your skull before discarding my line of thoughts into some bin labelled “okoto meow meow skrr” (some slang that means trash). Like I mentioned, hear me out. Currently, you may feel … Continue reading Time to Move…
A #StayHomeWithMe Poetry Challenge by Oyin Akeredolu
You ever been in a verbal war or fight and afterward felt this genuine peace and excitement that you did and said the right things? Well, I had never. I always said the wrong things and regretted afterward, until this one time during one of my few sojourns to Bariga market. In case you are … Continue reading Are All Of Us Really Mad In Lagos?
Who else feels very proud to say TGIF because you know you deserve it (oh yes me I do). It is another Friday, and guess what? Christmas bells are chiming, winter/harmattan winds are blowing, Santa is preparing to come bellowing “Ho! Ho! Ho!”
In case you don’t know; ya girl loves the Christmas season if you ask me why I might not be able to give you a reason but I love the festive period.
Anyway, before I get carried aware, this close to being over “sad face”, so if you’ve missed any post you can catch up;
Alright, join me to welcome our guest for today, Oyinoluwa Akeredolu
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Like Pawns Dear Nigerian Youth, I hear you have been frustrated and getting depressed a lot lately. Some of you have resorted to suicide to end the feeling of being unfulfilled and like pawns, you have been caught in a web of selfish game players in form of law makers and policy … Continue reading Open Letter to Youths of Nigeria: Like Pawns
Disclaimer: I'm not a beauty blogger, nor am I a makeup artist (MUA). This is coming from the stables of the only girl (feels like that) left in her 20s who is not a MUA or knows so much about the right contour and highlighting tools, except the ones she has tried on her face … Continue reading Not Another MUA
From my previous style post "black, white and a pop of colour", I made mention of how versatility was important in picking out and styling outfits. Sometimes, it pays to use what you have in your wardrobe, instead of spending some extra cash on some outfit. So, case scenario. You have to go for a … Continue reading How I rocked two outfits in one event.
I stumbled on a trending series of skits on Instagram yesterday- "so mo age mi" which is very much hilarious in its own way and entirely relatable especially to a Nigerian, more specifically to people from the Yoruba tribe. For non-Yoruba folks, 'so mo age mi' translates to 'do you know my age/ how … Continue reading “so mo age mi”: A Rant
"In the beginning, it was all Black and White" - Maureen O'Hara Well... which of the beginnings though? for now let's just focus on the underestimated black and white outfits. what comes to your mind when you think of wearing a black & white outfit to an event? "lawyers' uniform", "waiter", "any officiating role", what … Continue reading BLACK, WHITE AND A POP OF COLOUR