(Read Part 1 here before Part 2) Tears from my eyes, I dey cry Immediately my eyes were opened (read how this happened here), I started updating my WhatsApp family so that my people would know exactly where I was and what's going on. "This people must be joking, what do they mean by going… Continue reading How I trekked from Uyo to Port-Harcourt (Pt. 2)
Wednesday Evening Kilibe, my sister called me today and told me that Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State had announced that Port-Harcourt would be closing their borders on Thursday the 26th of March by 6 pm. I had just N10000 in my account and I had planned on paying my laptop repair debts with it… Continue reading Coronavirus: The Day I trekked from Uyo to Port-Harcourt (Pt. 1)
The year I turned 20 started off with trying times. Close to the end of the previous year, I was so excited about growing and I had a number of plans to execute, to make me roar into my twenties with pride and feelings of accomplishments and then came along two business ideas; Starting a… Continue reading TAKING STOCK: THE YEAR I TURNED TWENTY
One of my major purposes for starting this blog is to help create awareness for people like me whose body types are not given enough internet consideration (i.e the world has very few of our kind) as well as gaining some sort of closure from things I dealt badly with growing up. Related: The kind… Continue reading FOR THE LOVE OF BIG BOOBS, LET’S TALK ABOUT BRAS
Hey Guys! Happy new month, I'm really excited to be writing you about how the last month went, I mean, it's been so long since I published a 'brews' hasn't it? I had just been struggling with doing the right things at the right time not like I totally abandoned you, so what's been going… Continue reading Monthly Notes || NOVEMBER Brews ; ASUU STRIKE, Starting my creative project, PHONE Issues, Scam of the year
The month of July practically flew, no scrap that 2018 is practically fleeing... Look, seven months down, and five months to go already. Whew! And the fact that I'm still goals dropping is appalling. God help my sorry-ass. OK, back to the reason we are here, recap of the month of July. LIFE IN NIGERIAN… Continue reading Monthly Notes || JULY Brews; Exams, Student’s Week and Life.
The year started off great but it all of a sudden became too much to deal with. If you read my last post you’ll know I was going through some personal things and this blog could unfortunately not be my safe zone. My head is somehow in the right place now but I'm still trying… Continue reading Monthly Notes ||JUNE Brews; Half of the Year Down, The Other on the Move
"Every year without fail, around about mid-May, the air around me becomes distorted, unbalanced, distasteful. Things are not themselves. My life feels up for grabs. It’s a strange feeling, as if the future had been concertina-d and was being thrown at me. The reason? My birthday looms".
Happy New Month My People. What's good?? Phew...This year has gone by faster than I thought, who knew. By the way, hold out your tea cup everyone, I'm here to serve you the tea of what went down in my life in the month of May. A lot of things happened in the month of… Continue reading Monthly Notes ||MAY Brews; Life suddenly looks brighter
Hello everyone, I'm excited to write you once again. This is the latest I've been in updating my monthly life and at a point, I didn't want to post it again thanks to the fact that we are few days away from June. Sighs Procrastination is just so evil...like I started this post on the… Continue reading Monthly Notes ||APRIL Brews; Back from Far away