That's right, folks! I've moved and gotten my own domain name and hosting at http://www.mindofamaka.com, I just hope I can maintain that. Please subscribe and channel your love that way, and Happy New Year! See you in 2018!
Getting my hands on this book finally, was one of the most exciting moments ever. I had been looking for this opportunity for a long time. I feel like really reading up on personal finance, as well stocking up on knowledge that will help me out in life. It's never too late to start preparing, … Continue reading The Smart Money Woman and I
Anniversaries are weird sometimes. I give side eyes to the couples that celebrate things like 1 month anniversary and whatnot. Oh well, what's my business? If I was to get married, I think I'd do a 6 month and 1 year anniversary, then 3, 5, 10. After the 10th one, I'd celebrate majorly every 5 … Continue reading My 6 Month Blog-versary
From Pilot to Lawyer I first was attracted to the idea of being a lawyer when I was in high school. Prior to that moment of discovery, I'd considered a variety of options for a humble career. Like any normal person, I wanted to be a writer, then a teacher, a dancer, a painter, a … Continue reading Law Student, Mass Comm. Mind
So, it’s basically independence day. This day probably solicits a wide range of responses from people, from absolute joy (because, public holiday and whatnot) to numbness. Some may have probably lost all motivation and hope for this country, due to the hardships they have faced in it. I’m still quite young, and have been blessed, … Continue reading Nigerian Pride: An Ode to Nigerian Creatives
I don't think I've ever been as excited to write a 'Mind on the Month' post, as I am to write this one. The last time I was this excited was probably the first time I started writing these posts, in April. Well, I hope this excitement lasts, and October brings gifts with it! Firstly, … Continue reading Mind on the Month: September
Imagine a little corner of the internet, a place filled with all sorts of characters. A place where people come to laugh or cry, based on what is being presented to them. A place with a comment section rife with all sorts of comments, small fights and arguments, littered with insults (some of which you … Continue reading We Need More Safe Spaces: The Joro Olumofin Blog