#EndSARS: My Experience as an Online Protester

This past week has had me on a rollercoaster of emotions. Pain. Anger. Sorrow. Frustration. Despair. From hearing people speak up about their ordeals in the hands of SARS operatives to seeing graphic images and watching horrifying videos of extra-judicial killings masterminded by this infamous unit, I have felt these emotions over and over again.

At first, I felt guilty for feeling all of these things because while it was clear that I needed a break, I honestly didn’t think I had a right to one. I thought it selfish to step back when there were people at the frontlines risking their lives. … More #EndSARS: My Experience as an Online Protester

April in Review- Amidst the Pandemic

April has to have been the most dully remarkable month in this decade, that is, for those who can agree that this is a new decade. For those who can, they will agree on one thing, that the new decade started with a bang just not the type of bang we would have expected.

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Overcoming Setbacks

Dealing with a particular setback would require that we identify the steps involved to get to our end goal and understand how to go about each instead of fearing or avoiding it. This could involve professional or matured advice and an online survey might also be applicable. Just know this, no setback is new enough to not have a solution. … More Overcoming Setbacks

Trust the Process

In life, there’ll be challenges, there’ll be ups and downs. At a point, things could stop working out, life is not a bed of roses and that’s okay. But then, don’t be weighed down because you really don’t have to. You have to operate in the reality that “Those issues you have are processes”. Processes that are grooming you for the way forward. Processes that are shaping your life into what you’ve always wanted it to be. … More Trust the Process