Here Are 10 Blog Posts That Garnered The Most Views

2017 was a memorable one for me. I started this blog, met a lot of people, had a brand new niece and nephew, and achieved so many other things. I spoke about all this in our anniversary post. To be honest, I stepped out of my comfort zone when I…

Mobola Lawal: How To Haggle In Lagos – For Dummies

As I sat down in the conference room of my new office in Lagos, waiting for the meeting to start, I overheard one of the gentlemen (an Oyinbo) telling our client that he needed to get some souvenirs from Lagos to take back home to his wife. He was, however…

Endi’s World Is One!! Happy Blogversary!

Happy New Year guys!!! I’m super excited about this year. I know you can already tell why I’m so giddy with happiness. Yes, Endi’s World is one!!! Can I get an Amen?!! It’s funny how things fall into place when you least…

School Reunions – Cliques, Rivalry, And The Whole Shebang

I’ve never really been a fan of school reunions. Not for any particular reason, just that I’ve heard a lot of stories about it. From insults, shadiness, to outright fights, I’ve heard it all. The competition to appear as the most successful is usually…

Tips On How To Move On After Losing Your Job

First off, I have to apologise for being MIA on the blog. So many reasons, so little time to tell it. Well, I’m back and hopefully there won’t be a break in transmission. On today’s topic, I must confess that I have no idea…

It Takes A Village To Raise A Child – How To Be A Good Role Model

I spoke to a very dear friend of mine last night. We hadn’t spoken to each other in years, not for lack of trying. I’d reformatted my phone and lost her number. She also lost mine. So, life went on. We were friends on Facebook (and still are…

Want To Grow Your Career/Business? Follow These Blogs

A couple of months ago, I wrote a post on why hiring a mentor was a smart move to make. I’m a firm believer of learning from people who have been there and done that. In fact, one of my favourite quotes on mentorship is as follows: &#8220…

Meet The Incredible Swimming Champion, Aderoju Ope-Ajayi

As a kid, and even now as an adult, I’ve always been afraid of water, deep collection of water like the sea, oceans, rivers etc. I don’t even know where this fear started. All I know is that if I’m driving on a bridge…

Accent Shaming – When Your Accent Becomes A Tool For Discrimination

I’ve been staring at the white screen thinking about how to start this post. The mere thought that your accent can be used as a tool for your downfall is ridiculous, but alas, it happens. I’m an Igbo girl from the eastern part of Nigeria. Growing…

How The Death Of My Parents Made Me A Better Person

First of all, I have to put it out there that this is not a woe-is-me story. Neither am I trying to elicit pity from readers. Not at all. This is a story I’ve been meaning to share for quite some time. About how something life…