I’ve never learnt how or when to stop, I just keep going. ‘Where am I going?’ you may ask. I will attempt to explain. I start the day looking over my To-Do list from the previous day and filling the new day’s list with items that didn’t get checked off. With each
I remember Mr Apata teaching me Literature-in-English for the first few weeks of my 5th year in secondary school. He made us memorise Hamlet’s soliloquy in Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet. The soliloquy is made up of thirteen lines and I have carried the first four lines with me till this day. I am
I was not born a reader. I believe some people are born with the love of written words in their bones. One such person is my brother, Dimeji; no one taught him to read. When I was 6, and he was 5, he said to my mum one afternoon, “Mummy, I can
I recently took a work placement test that examines your personality and identifies potential challenges that might occur on the job because of your personality and how you view life and work. “While Oreoluwa’s high drive for achievement may have led too many successes, they may be particularly uncomfortable with potential failure.
I have struggled with my faith over the last few years, not necessarily with believing in the existence of God but more around the day-to-day practice of my faith. There was this nagging question about whether or not I was a good Christian, which eventually made me stop going through the motions.
Living currently feels like a dream; the kind where when you wake, you realise you are waking from a dream within a dream with endless opportunities of landing back in reality. Back in March of 2020, when countries in the world began shutting down, from retail stores to restaurants to all modes