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SELF CARE AT HOME IDEAS TO FEEL PRODUCTIVE

|Hi Reader| Self-care in self-isolation? I think it’s essential! Lockdown, quarantine, social distancing, whatever you want to call it, we’re all going to be spending much more time at home for the foreseeable future. Whilst some people are loving being able to reconnect with things they’ve previously not had time to do, others are finding …

Diary of a Nigerian Blogger Short stories

A Tale of Tales || Ghosts

I walked past the church which had been closed down due to the lockdown. Everywhere seemed so quiet,and eerie,especially since the gatekeeper of the cemetery wasn’t there,now I feel the ghosts looking at me,watching my every move. I didn’t used to feel that way whenever the gatekeeper was around,but now that everywhere is quiet and …

Diary of a Nigerian Blogger DIYs Lagos Living

Plants That Can Be Grown in Pots

Then God said, “Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the surface of all the earth, and every tree which has fruit yielding seed; it shall be food for you Genesis 1:29 Lately,I have been soo obsessed with plants. I grew some tomatoes,ginger,onions,green onions and aloe vera plants awhile back. …

Diary of a Nigerian Blogger Reviews

Book review||’Freshwater’ by Akwaeke Emezi

|Hi Reader| Welcome to my blog! I came across Freshwater some months ago,and what intrigued me was its title,it was on Instagram. Since I follow alot of book reviewers,I usually get distracted by other books,so I ignored Freshwater for a few more months. Then I got the chance to read the pdf version online just …

Diary of a Nigerian Blogger Short stories

The Bird Scene || A short narrative

THE BACKSTORY OF “THE BIRD SCENE” https://nosaosato.com/journal-a-visit-by-two-birds/ I sat gently on the fence as I watched my owners laugh at something they had seen. Unknowingly,my end was coming,and I didn’t know. My owners..I call them that because my nest was built on a tree were they live. I was counting the stones scattered on the …

Diary of a Nigerian Blogger Lagos Living Short stories

Journals || my experience

I and my neighbours experienced one of our worst nightmares a few days ago. It was in form of the virus which has now plagued quarter of the country at this moment. We got a news that the NCDC(National Centre for Disease Control) had taken one of my neighbours away to the hospital,he had contracted the deadly virus. At first,I didn’t believe something like that had happened until I had gone out to get some provisions for the week. I noticed that the people in my community were now taking the lockdown rules and protective measures seriously.