And It’s A Wrap!

Merry Christmas everyone! I hope you’re all having an amazing holiday season with your loved ones. So remember that time when I started this blog and actually knew what the word “consistency” meant? Yeah it’s a distant memory for me too *hangs head in shame* And the icing on top is the fact that even spammers have picked up on it and leave messages like “it looks like you’re struggling to put out new content” or “your blog is great but it’s been a while since you … Continue reading

Highlights of My #SheHiveLondon Experience

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Motherland Moguls we’re boss ladies, Everywhere we go we slay,

Bringing that African Girl Magic, To create Empires today

*Drops mic and floats into slayage existence*

Those were the bars, yes bars, I performed with my team during our rap ice breaker challenge at She Hive London two Saturdays ago. According to me, I slayed and you can’t tell me nothing! In fact, you’ll now find me spitting serious flow at a rap battle coming to a city near you lol.


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New Beginnings

So today is the official launch of the blog!! Hurray!!!

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If you’ve already been here prior to today, thank you for all your support and encouragement! If today is your first time stopping by, thank you and welcome to what I hope will be a bookmarked site on your computer or phone!  At the start of 2016, one of my goals for the year was to start a blog writing about the different things I’m passionate about; Christ, beauty, the Afropolitan identity, hair, books etc. … Continue reading

The Fishermen by Chigozie Obioma


After my favorite author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie mentioned in an interview that she had really liked this debut novel by Chigozie Obioma, I knew I had to get my hands on it stat. Chimamanda had after all reignited my love for African literature, one of the indispensable platforms which allows us as Africans to tell our own narratives. The only problem, however,  was that the book wasn’t due to be released until many months down the line. Almost a year later, I finally got my … Continue reading