Welcome to Day 12 of the 30 Days Blogging Challenge! Hope your day was good. Guess what? I saw the sun today, and it was beautiful. The five minutes it came out for were the brightest moments of my day. Classic case of ‘You never know what you have until it’s gone.’ There have been times when we’ve frowned at the sun because of the intense heat that accompanied it. But after having a straight week of nonstop rainfall, the sun was just a relief. Hope you also had something to brighten your day. Now, to today’s post!
I’m writing this post amidst strangers on a bus while stuck in traffic and all I see are the brake lights of the cars in front of me. Sighs. It’s been a rainy day which consummated in the usual Lagos traffic. Today is a major one though. It turns out a trailer carrying tons of tinned tomato somersaulted. Slippery roads, I guess. It’s sad. If you’re reading this, just take a minute to thank God for life. Everything may not be right with the world, but you’re here and that’s worth thanking God for. Hope you had a good day. In case you missed yesterday’s post, here’s the link to catch up on.
How did your day go? I really care to know. Mine was pretty sane. Lol. I was having a conversation with a new friend and she reminded me that we can’t wait for the day to make us happy, we have to decide to be happy even before the day starts. I was fond of letting the day determine my mood, but I’m gradually learning how to be more deliberate about being happy regardless. You should too!
I won’t count myself as one who is a Pro in adulting, heck! I still feel like a teenager sometimes 😂 But I guess crossing from early twenties to mid twenties comes with its own dose of wisdom. Here are some of the things I’ve learned so far:Continue reading “7 Lessons on Adulting”→
I’ve been slacking on this journaling process- to be honest, some days are just humdrum and dull. But then again, some others are really good. Life is all about balance- highs and lows, ups and downs, fun and boring. We can’t keep waiting for the sizzling stories when in reality, there are more mundane stories. Continue reading “DTM 4”→