How Wokeness is Ruining Us

First of all, let me start by saying it is suuuch a good time to be alive. A time where voices are rising above the status quo, where people are no longer living the because-that’s-how-it-has-been-done life. A time where Nigerian youths are finally coming into the conscious awareness that they can actually speak (and think) … Continue reading How Wokeness is Ruining Us

And this is Goodbye

"I'm walking away..." *in Craig David's voice* Hello! My name is Yemi, your favorite four-eyed wonder. In Sam Smith's words, "I'm way too good at goodbyes". However, fret not. Goodbyes are not always the end but first, let's take a walk back in time The Genesis I never intended to start a blog. Like, never. … Continue reading And this is Goodbye

Me and My Big Mouth

I remember when the first wave of (millennial) feminism hit the shores of Nigeria. A lot of (misguided) women not really having a full grasp of what its was about saw it as an anti-men propaganda. It was like a platform for which women came to express their grievances. A free-for-all. Make-it-rain. Champagne shower. Whatever … Continue reading Me and My Big Mouth

Before I Die…

From the moment we had our first cry to the moment we'd take our last breath, everything that transpires in between that dash is sort of a time-filler. While we only get to do this life once (except you decide to reincarnate as a tree) and no one knows just how much time has been … Continue reading Before I Die…

The Lagos Trafficalypse: My Survival Tips

Like the average lagosian, I will rant and complain, moan and groan, come up with blames and then shift them, but whether we like it or yes, the almighty Lagos Traffic has come to stay. In short, traffic should be given Nigerian citizenship already. Anyways, I got tired of complaining and started to think of … Continue reading The Lagos Trafficalypse: My Survival Tips

Nollywood and You: The Power of a Narrative

I'm yet to go pick up my cat just because my mum keeps threatening she'd kill it when I'm not at home. To her, Cat = Witchcraft 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️ I digress. So, one evening I was coming from the atm with cool #500 naira notes sizzling in my purse when this woman stopped me. I knew … Continue reading Nollywood and You: The Power of a Narrative

5 Things I’d Love To Do But Probably Won’t

We won't always get all we want in life. If not, we for don bring thick, dark, chaos into this world. And that's why I'm sharing with you guys 5 things I'd love to try my hands on if I ever could. All I ask is that you stay with me till the very end. … Continue reading 5 Things I’d Love To Do But Probably Won’t

5 Ways To Make Your Partner Want You

First of all, if you are reading this, come here let's talk. Ki lo shele gangan? Child of God...which other want do you want again? Is the want they are wanting not wanted enough? Wait...do you really think we are here for that kind of wanting? Ehn, that one you are thinking na. If you … Continue reading 5 Ways To Make Your Partner Want You

5 Reasons I'm Not Excited About November

Ever since I woke up this morning and realized it was the 31st of October, I've been dreading the end of this faithful month. I know the rest of the world can't wait to be over October. I mean, it's about time to waltz into the pre-christmas month. I, on the other hand will gladly … Continue reading 5 Reasons I'm Not Excited About November

Give Me 3 Minutes and I’ll Make You a Better Lover

Romance is dying out as it seems people are putting more work in proving to the world that they are in a loving relationship than in putting the real love in the relationship. Relationships have been reduced to expressive emojis, occasional phone or video calls, looking good for the gram and so on. Feelings alone … Continue reading Give Me 3 Minutes and I’ll Make You a Better Lover