• Budgeting,  MONEY

    How to make a budget in 10 Easy Steps

    This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure for more info. Meet Henry. Henry works and earns some money at the end of the month. On the payday, Henry is so elated and feels like he is ready to take on the world. Fast forward to the 15th of the next month, Henry calls his friends to help him with a little change till the next payday. His friends tell him that he needs to make a budget but Henry feels having a budget is for people with more than enough money to spend. Have you ever met someone like Henry? Or are you, in fact, someone like…


    My Music Playlist | May 2019

    Music is everything, everything. I am currently listening to “Growing up” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Ed Sheeran. I seriously do not understand how missed it when the song initially dropped in 2015 . Ever since I found it now, I have been jamming to it non stop. I am no music expert but I do love good music. I love songs that pass out a message that I can relate with. My cousin once accused me of being soft because I don’t listen to hardcore rap, like every guy should instead of listening to Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber. Why should I listen to songs that feature swear…


    “The Danger of a Single Story” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

    I was surfing through my brother’s laptop one late night when I came across a folder that contained a number of TED talk videos. “The danger of a single story” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was one that particularly got my attention. My first came across the works of Ngozi Adichie in secondary school. Back then I was in the commercial class and it was required that we take Literature as a subject. One of the books we were expected to complete by the end of the term was “The Purple Hibiscus”. Although I eventually switched over to science class, I still went on to read “Half of a Yellow Sun”…

  • Internet Marketing

    Welcome to Blogging

    What is a blog? The word blog is gotten from the longer phrase “Weblog” and it can mean a number of things depending on the content you fill it with. A blog can be an online diary, a tutorial site, a portfolio and so on. A blog can be anything you want it to be. I intend to make this blog serve a couple of purposes. To serves as an online diary, as a resource for creative millennials and finally to make money. A blog is different from a website. Blogs allow readers to leave comments on posts that they like. These comments help to build interaction and a sense…


    The Most Common Myths about Frugal Living

    What comes to your mind when you hear the word “Frugal”? If “cheap” is the only word that comes to mind, then you might have created a stereotype alreadycreated a stereotype already. Although frugal can sometimes be interchanged with cheap, it is not always the case. Being frugal involves more than being cheap. In fact, the dictionary defines frugal as “avoiding unnecessary expenditure either of money or of anything else which is to be used or consumed; avoiding waste.” In this article, I am going to debunk 5 of the most common myths there are about frugal living MYTH 1: FRUGALITY MEANS BUYING THE CHEAPEST PRODUCTS. A frugal person always…

  • FOOD

    Toast Bread in the Morning

    Everybody loves Bread, okay maybe not everybody, but at least most people that I know love bread. Unless you are on a diet, I’m pretty sure you have eaten bread more than one time in the last seven days. Many Nigerians homes have breakfasts that feature bread. Bread is easy to get, all you have to do I get up and go to the nearest kiosk, store or supermarket. It can get boring though to eat the same Bread and Egg, or Bread and butter breakfast, but maybe that’s because you have not met Toast yet. Let me introduce you to toast.

  • FOOD

    Basic Stir-fried Spaghetti

    *This post was originally created on April 13, 2018 Today was a tough day. I had a couple of classes that stressed the hell out of me. Coming back home I had only one thing in mind, that is to eat. I was standing next to the fruit stall when I thought about making this spaghetti Stir fry. I bought a couple of vegetables and I was on my way. In all the cost of making this spaghetti Stir fry is less than 1000 naira. List of Ingredients 5 medium-sized Carrots 🥕 3 medium-sized Tomatoes 🍅 2 large Bell pepper 2 tablespoons of Vegetable oil 1 large Onion bulb 1…


    My NYSC Camp Experience – Agwu Camp, Enugu

    Hello, how are you doing today? Have you ever wondered what your experience at a NYSC camp would be like? I got back from camp about three weeks ago and I got a load of questions asking how camp was. The short answer to the question was that Camp was great. Read on if you want a more detailed answer as i would be sharing my experience. ABOUT NYSC If you do not already know NYSC stands for National Youth Service Corp. It is a program by the government that requires that Nigerian graduates spend a year in service of the country. Graduates are often sent to different states, most…