Just do it… for you
Just do it… for you

“Didn’t you say you’d skip the next edition?” Nkechi asked. With my bloodshot eyes and grumbling stomach, I was racing to edit and publish an edition of ...

“Didn’t you say you’d skip the next edition?” Nkechi asked. With my bloodshot eyes and grumbling stomach, I was racing to edit and publish an edition of the 'Thinking Out Loud' newsletter on LinkedIn before the end of the month. “I have a few minutes to spare,” I answered. “I might as well just publish something.”
It’s been almost a year since I started ...

The good, the bad, and the oblivious
The good, the bad, and the oblivious

“Do bad people ever admit that they are bad?” I spent a lot of time as a child asking myself questions like this. Now that I’m much older, I realise everyone ...

“Do bad people ever admit that they are bad?” I spent a lot of time as a child asking myself questions like this. Now that I’m much older, I realise everyone has their perspectives on good and evil and the word “bad” is relative. Regardless of perspectives, do we ever take stock of our actions to identify the occasions where we were “bad” and own up ...

Live in the picture-perfect moments
Live in the picture-perfect moments

“I took some pictures when I was at the Aurlandsfjord in Norway last summer. But the pictures only captured a tiny piece of the beauty that the Aurlandsfjord ...

“I took some pictures when I was at the Aurlandsfjord in Norway last summer. But the pictures only captured a tiny piece of the beauty that the Aurlandsfjord is, and no one will ever truly understand the depth of beauty until they go there themselves.“ Murphy explained. We were talking about our last vacation while practising languages that were not ...

Do you feel at home?
Do you feel at home?

“She has a skin like me” - these were the words of my three-year-old niece as she described a friend she made at her new school. Children her age make ...

“She has a skin like me” - these were the words of my three-year-old niece as she described a friend she made at her new school. Children her age make friends quite quickly but for some reason, she was overjoyed about this one.Her statement got me thinking a lot about how much impact inclusion can have in helping people integrate easily into new environments. ...

Give Fathers Their Flowers
Give Fathers Their Flowers

"If I had the necessary requirements to carry and birth children myself, I would have probably done that too" - Mike said. This was over three ...

"If I had the necessary requirements to carry and birth children myself, I would have probably done that too" - Mike said. This was over three years ago during an interview for my thesis on gender roles. But those words still live rent-free in my mind.
This month, my family marked 12 years of my dad's passing. I still think about him every ...

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