Miniature Gratitude: I have decided to remain beautiful

By Toluwalope Adegoke One of the things I dread the most as a person is having skin blemishes. Up until puberty set in, I’d always had a healthy, smooth, scarless, and spotless skin, especially on my face. With puberty came pimples, so, I had to deal with it. What would you expect from someone who…

Miniature Gratitude: Joy

By Joy Igbinedion Flash back to a few years ago, in my cream coloured, short-sleeved blouse, and my navy blue, sleeveless dress… Oh yes, I just attempted to describe my secondary school uniform with fancy words; we all hated it! Back to the flash back; As I walked along the corridor tapping my fingers lightly…

Miniature Gratitude: The things before Me

By Oludara Ogunbowale When I see the colours of melons, and taste the spicy ginger in my cup of pineapple smoothie, I know without a doubt that there is a force higher than we humans can ever know. Being a foodie makes me wonder in awe as I pass by beautiful heaps of different colours…

From one addict to another: Seeking validation from others

I always wanted to be agreeable. Not necessarily because I wanted to be popular but merely as a source of satisfaction.  I wanted to be liked; to be perceived as admirable. And so, I would be in a gathering of young people like myself, but rather than be me, I’d be thinking of how best to conform, look and feel like a part of them.

“Sunny day at the beach”

Moyinoluwa Okunloye I am thankful for everything. Today, I look back and I remember all the mountains that I have climbed, the valleys where I have fallen and I discovered that they all got me to where I am. I am thankful to the STORYTELLER who keeps on adding more twists to the plot of…