I got a feeling..


Are you feeling down, unhappy, sad that things are not going the way you want?  Fret not, sometimes all you need is a step back to explore similar perspectives, troubleshoot, then approach your problems with a grateful, thankful, happy heart. Today is going to be Awesome! Don’t you agree? I woke up to see this…

Embracing Failure: Here’s My CV of Academic Rejections


Originally posted on jessica vitak, phd:
A few days ago on CNBC, I saw this article on a problem especially rampant in academia, and one that I’ve talked about on numerous occasions: the perception that successful academics never fail in their work. Every manuscript is accepted! Every grant proposal funded! Jobs are thrown at them.…

8 Important Principles of Good Writing You Should Master


Originally posted on Soft Skills Studio:
Writing is like building a neat structure from scratch Chatting, Facebook, Twitter, Watsapp – we have such quick and wonderful ways of keeping in touch! But, convenient as they are in chatting up with friends and family, they have definitely taken us far, far away from principles of good…

THE DILEMMA OF AN AFRICAN WRITER


Originally posted on ROOKIEPENCIL:
When I first heard about Leti Arts I could not help but enlighten my friends about the rising African creative industry, for those who were courteous enough to listen I  discovered they were amused at the thought of African Superheroes and it did not take long for me to realize that…

Who is Moji?


Originally posted on Moji Speaks:
Yes, who am i? To be honest, i surprise myself everyday, i cannot speak much of myself so let me start my first post on this blog by telling you the meaning of my name “Mojisola”, Moji for short. By the way, i am Nigerian and i am from the Yoruba…

Is Suicide Humanity’s Greatest Failing?


Originally posted on Greatness Via Passion:
Around this time last year I stood up in 41 degree heat and delivered my story of anxiety and depression to an audience of ~100 at a Lions Club District Convention. It was a special event and I could see the impact I was having in the eyes of…

How to Hack Hard work


Originally posted on The Front Posts:
Get a goal. Write it down, picture it and let it fill you with momentum. Focus on it. Start working toward the goal. This is the most essential part. Start! Never forget that you have started: No matter how many setbacks, never forget. Despite the work you have to…

YORUBA CULTURAL NATIONALISM -MOVEMENT SINGLELY CARRIED ONLY BY THE YORUBAS ON THE ENTIRE AFRICAN CONTINENT TO FIGHT WhITE COLONIALISM ! -FROM THE NIGERIAN TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER


Originally posted on BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL!:
FROM THE NIGERIAN TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER Yoruba cultural nationalism Written by Diran Apata ⁠ ⁠ Sunday, 22 December 2013 ⁠ ⁠ A few days ago, in a leisurely discussion involving many Yoruba men, women and children, I mentioned the movement of Yoruba Cultural Nationalism of about one-hundred years ago. Most…

Happy 400th anniversary


I woke up like this… To find Rommel 2.0 had blogged his 400th post like this. When i moved my blog to WordPress, Rommel of Sophomore Slump Blog had been amongst the earliest blogging friends i had in the wordpress community, but somewhere along the way, i lost track of reading and viewing his awesome…

Why children cry.


Originally posted on Cepit Momento:
? Beaten, battered, afflicted and abused. Today a child has to strive just like you Lost its innocence, street smart and savvy You’ve got more to fear from a child older than two. Defiled by the one trust has been entrusted. Clothes torn, confused about what they had done wrong…