I hate not being perfect. When people say being perfect is boring, I'm like "well let me try it first, because feeling like you're not getting things right is not fun either"
But in my moments of clarity, when frustration hasn't gotten the best of me, I get it.
There is nothing that is 100% right, or good, or fun, or lovely, 100% of the time. Not on this earth
Hey y'all!! Have you stopped writing 2017 when writing the date yet? How's the first week of this new year been for you? Share in the comments! Ok, on to the QOTD!
I hate clichés. Especially those ones that are like "feel the fear and do it anyway" or "every thing you want is on the other side of fear." They irk me beyond belief. Which is why I hate that they're also true. 😩
Happy New Year, y'all!! 2018 certainly arrived with a bang, and I pray it is an amazing one for us all.
I'm not saying don't chase your passion, or don't fulfill what you feel is your purpose, but these days, when it seems like everyone else has it all figured out, everyone else knows exactly what they were born to do, and everyone else is doing so much better than you, it's easy to just want to figure it all out at once and get to whatever the destination is.
Since around this time, people are starting to compile their "New Year, New Me" lists and aspirations, here's a suggestion for us all: Judge less, think more.
I often say one of the things that frustrate me most about people, especially in Nigeria, is our lack of consideration and compassion.
Hello, good people. Another Travel Vlog is upon us :)
Finally, in between real life and a bit of procrastination, I'm done with my Travel recap of Rwanda, the land of a thousand hills! If you missed my last post on it, while I was actually still there, not to worry; it's right here.
As I mentioned in that post, my Rwanda vlog was actually my first official travel vlog. It's got the second highest number of views on my Youtube channel (which needs more subscribers by the way, so please do that!) and is probably one of my most memorable trips to date.
I finally finished editing the second part of my Moroccan adventure. I tried to make it 5 minutes, but couldn't. It was so much fun remembering everything as I edited, but I also remember being in the the bus to and from the desert for hours on end, and how travel weary we all were. I remember savage cats fighting over our leftovers, I remember aching booty and thighs after almost 2 hours on a camel, and I remember actually being so frustrated I couldn't find good food after 4 hours on the road that I actually shed a tear, lol! That said, it was still a fantastic experience. Not necessarily one I'd repeat (the desert trip), but an experience worth having nonetheless.