I am Me

Lifestyle May 23, 2016 2 Comments

There’s nothing more disrespectful to you trying to be someone else

Growing up, I never loved who I became

I wish to be another

An actress I saw on TV yesterday

A magazine model 

A friend who has it all

The new girl next door 

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The Distance between Childhood and Adulthood

Lifestyle April 22, 2016 2 Comments

When we are children we seldom think of the future. This innocence leaves us free to enjoy ourselves as few adults can. The day we fret about the future is the day we leave our childhood behind. — Patrick Rothfuss

Growing up, I wish I had superpowers

To make me grow into an adult overnight

To jump passed some stages

And just become thirty!

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The Silver Jubilee Crisis

Lifestyle April 19, 2016 10 Comments


“Single is no longer a lack of options – but a choice. A choice to refuse to let your life be defined by your relationship status but to live every day Happily and let your Ever After work itself out.”
Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass


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Do you love your Job?

Lifestyle February 26, 2016 2 Comments

The crux of any academic height is not the fact that you have landed yourself a mouth-watering six figures paid job. Many often assume the increase in their bank balance at the end of every month is the best thing life can offer them. I do not say luxury should be under emphasized neither am I saying money will not offer happiness. But what is luxury and money without content?

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Are Writers Talkative?

Reviews February 22, 2016 5 Comments

Misconceptions abound overtime that writers are talkative. What a myth! Whoever came about that ‘slogan’, I still wonder.

I was chatting with a girlfriend last week and she told me I had better quit writing else I would forever remain single. I was shocked and my mouth hung open. I tried to decipher the relationship between writing and relationship/marriage. She took her time to explain that her boyfriend –now ex- always emphasize that writers are talkative. And that her friends always agree with him. They claim writers always try to make their opinion count, always trying to shove it down people’s throat. And at the end of the day, they always write about what other people have discussed with them, presenting it wrongly. read more

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