• Hello reader, I’m glad you could make it. So this story can actually be read as a “stand alone story” but it’s also a continuation of Sacred Voices. If you haven’t already, please read it here first. Thank you! The Story… It is not that I don’t mind that whenever I walk through the village, little children run behind me, calling me names…

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  • From her days as a young child, Chiugo had always felt the presence of her chi. Even though at the time she didn’t understand the ways of the world and the roles of gods and spirits in them. There was always a strong connection between her and the voice in her head and it never failed her.  When she was…

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  • I’m quite a light sleeper. The lightest sound or movement can rouse me from even my deepest sleep state. Anything from gently opening the door to switching on the light can spell the end of sleep for me.  But it gets worse An inadequate amount of sleep or being  suddenly pulled from my sleep, can induce a migraine that can last anywhere…

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  • Travel can be medicine for the soul. There are few things quite as amazing as packing a bag and heading out to a new destination but it can also be exhausting and overwhelming. Some of the challenges we encounter can be easily avoided with proper planning and foreknowledge. To help you overcome some of the travel related challenges, I will…

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  • Traditional weddings in Nigeria are a colorful event filled with a rich display of culture and heritage.  From the bright and catchy attires to delicious and sumptuous meals and even the entertaining music. No matter the part of the country, you are bound to have an interesting and entertaining time. But planning a traditional wedding in Nigeria is no easy…

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  • This past weekend, I got a chance to experience the Erin Ijesha (Olumirin) waterfall. The journey was long & exhausting and the climb was even more draining. But standing there watching the water cascade down, everything was instantly totally worth it. The Journey to Erin Ijesha (Olumirin) Waterfall So my plan was simple, leave Lagos as early as 5:30am and get…

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  • I have always avoided writing product reviews because quite frankly I don’t think I have the range. Personally I doubt I know enough descriptive words to pull it off. But most importantly, I’d hate to intentionally mislead anyone but alas, here we are. I stand  sit really before you here today ready and prepared to delve into my first product…

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  • Anyone who knows me will agree that I am not really a food person. I don’t usually overthink it, I eat what is available and I keep it moving. But there are usually times when I get bored with basic “everyday foods” and decide to be a bit more experimental with my food choices. This post is about one of…

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  • Travel is medicine for the soul. If you are a travel lover like me, then you ll agree that there are few things as rewarding as packing a bag and heading out to a new destination.  I enjoy exploring new places and venturing into new territories.  Most of my travels are on a whim and as a result can also…

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  • I’m supposed to be working on a novel but I haven’t touched it in two whole weeks. That’s not a good sign – normally anyways. I HAVE been reading – and rereading books on writing lately. I’m not entirely sure what I’m searching for but I’m hoping that this is one of those you’ll recognize it when you see it scenario. My…

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