Showing posts from July, 2016

TEDx Talks

My friend from University Ayo ''Dudu'' introduced me to Ted Talks, I was reading ''Half of A Yellow Sun'' and he asked if I had listened to Chimamada Ngozi Adichie's Ted Talks titled ''We should all be Feminist'', to which I replied ''what are Ted Talks?''. He played a video for me on his phone and introduced me to the beautiful world of Ted Talks.

I will be sharing with you a few of my best Ted Talks and I hope that they enlarge your view of the world, give you a new understanding of humanity and the power of individuality.

Let me know in the comments below your opinions on the videos and also recommendations on talks I should listen to.

4000 to Infinity.

I took the first six months of the year to relax from the constant activity that was my life; of exams, of classes and if you are wondering about work and money, I became a freelance writer. In addition, I tried to update my blog regularly, worked actively at the N.G.O I volunteer with and my parents indulged me and gave me a monthly allowance to go after my dream of writing and driving around Lagos in a bid to finding new and interesting things to do.
This past week my blog hit 4000 views and counting. I am super excited and grateful for this. It seems my six month of relaxation wasn't a total waste. I am grateful to all the people that read my posts, share and post lovely comments, you made this possible. 

So to commemorate this milestone, I will be sharing a few photographs I have taken in the last 6 months and I know you are thinking Yes! I became an amateur photographer. A Picture tells a story and since I love telling stories with words why not throw photographs into the mix.