From my recent Podcast
How do you know to quit?
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 meeting, 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
On Reading Habits
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
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.
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
One Year Later: Thoughts on Life and The Pandemic
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
I keep thinking about unloving. I know it isn’t a real word but I believe it should be. In the spirit of that, I will be giving it a definition Unloving (verb):