Yesterday was an unexpectedly busy day. I mean, it was a Wednesday, and Wednesdays – during the time I’ve been employed at my current place – have always had a moderate patient load. It was hardly ever exhausting to work on a Wednesday. But yesterday’s workload took me by surprise. My God, I felt like […]
Many a day leave me mentally drained and barely able to perform at am optimal level. On other days when my mind is less foggy, I get to spend time to reflect. To reflect on various subjects which I find fascinating or generally have an inquisition about. I have to admit that a large chunk […]
DAY 14: FAVOURITE MOVIES I NEVER GET TIRED OF WATCHING. Consistent movie watching was a staple in my weekly routine at a phase in my life, which is a contrast to my life currently where I watch them sparingly. Nonetheless, I still have my all-time favorites that I’m going to share. I don’t think I […]
DAY 11: SOMETHING I ALWAYS THINK “WHAT IF…..” ABOUT. Something? More like MOST THINGS. If there was an award for Overanalyzer of The Year, I would have qualified consecutively in the past few years. Sometimes I find myself “what if… “-ing a seemingly harmless situation until the molehill becomes a massive mountain. For me, all […]
DAY 2: WRITE SOMETHING THAT SOMEONE TOLD YOU ABOUT YOURSELF THAT YOU NEVER FORGOT. This is proving to be a difficult topic to write on. I’m taking a trip down memory lane and finding out that I have forgotten many things that I had been told about myself at some point; the good things and […]
I got inspired to doing a writing challenge by one of my friends (thank you Ife). A few days later on Pinterest I found the one. I initially was looking for 5-day challenges, because I knew I could do those with little strain, but a little voice in my head went, “if you can do […]
While were all busy minding our businesses this week, our Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr Chris Ngige, went on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Wednesday morning and said some rather inflammatory things. When asked about the current mass emigration of Nigerian doctors to various countries abroad, he said: “Who said we don’t have enough […]
…..How did we get here?