Three months, that was the time frame within which I was sure I would get a job. So after the fifth month without a job, depression naturally crept in. My name is Emem Etuk and this is my story. I graduated from the University of Uyo with a degree in marketing and was posted to … Continue reading Memoir of a job-seeker: An excerpt from THE JOB SEEKERS’ CREED™
Long before the coinage of the word feminism, in the era when women were defined by and confined to the kitchen, a woman’s extra-domestic success was attributed to her beauty or “bottom power”. But today, women are creating, fulfilling and living great dreams. They are heading governments, departments, ministries and agencies and achieving great feats … Continue reading The Female Handbag: More Than Fashion
This Hilarious picture i saw on the internet really illustrates the impeding consequences of being over fascinated with technology to the detriment of reading. Imagine these gadget-ified kids poking at a book with a stick. It reminds me of my visit to the Lagos NYSC orientation camp last Friday. I had gone on a business … Continue reading Books: The most “endangered species” in the world
Hello People, you might not fully understand this post unless you’ve read the prequel- How Is My (future) Wife Doing Right Now? So I have a job now and hopefully ground will begin to level soon. With that I have deactivated “looking” mode and “searching” mode has been activated. Now to the main gist. Guys … Continue reading How Is My (future) Wife Doing Right Now? Part 2
This is not just a random thought because I find myself thinking about it every now and then. I grew up fantasying that I will marry my childhood friend. You know someone I “played” mummy and daddy with. We would lose touch and fate will bring us back together and chemistry will happen. This fantasy … Continue reading How is my (future) wife doing right now?
A great book to me is one that can capture my imagination and keep me captivated, A heart to mend did just that. With 21 chapters, 215 pages, 73477 words (excluding the front matter and back matter), A heart to mend isn’t just all love and romance, but serious business. For a graduate … Continue reading A Review of A HEART TO MEND