When it feels like the walls are closing in and adulthood is crushing you, remember one (or all) of these things. I hope they bring you some form of comfort. 1) Even though adulthood is a huge scam, remember that you can eat all the junk food you want. Remember all the times you wanted […]
There is huge potential to excel at being a professional procrastinator in everybody and if you are already one, this list will hit hard.
“A Week In The Life” is a weekly Zikoko series that explores the working-class struggles of Nigerians. It captures the very spirit of what it means to hustle in Nigeria and puts you in the shoes of the subject for a week. Today’s subject is *Agnes, a nurse currently caring for Covid patients. She tells […]
Christmas as an adult is less fun than as a kid. Although the emotions are similar, every adult knows that the difference is they are responsible for how everything turns out to be. This makes Christmas a daunting season for many because of the expectations and family drama associated with it. Furthermore, while a child […]
My mother used to say, ‘Just you wait, my girl, women will run this world.’
“Is this it for you, is this all you’ll ever be?”, I always felt like everyone was asking me that question.
When you are now an employed individual.
When your parents are always asking you to move back home.
“…sometimes, I just want to go”
Adulthood is not beans.
Growing up isn’t always rosy.
When you hear “When will you start working” two days after graduation.
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: