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Life Update: How I Became a Published Author by Accident and other stories!

I haven’t written here at all in the entire month of June. I’ve missed being here incredibly much. I feel like giving the blog and you, my reader a big cozy hug. But if you’ve been following me on social media, you’ll know I’ve been doing quite a number of things. Well, since you’re an […]


The Equation For Unprecedented Blessing; Look, Listen, Do

Greetings to you this pleasant day! Haha! You must be wondering what’s going on. Well, I have been studying the book of James this past week, so forgive me if I am sounding a bit old school. Can you believe I have been stuck on Chapter 1 for four days. Woah. And to think my […]

Church Notes

Church Notes #3: Recieving From The Lord

Disclaimer: These are excerpts from my sermon notes, they are not all the exact words of the preacher, they are written as understood by me. Preached on 17th May 2020 on air by Pastor Amos Adetunji, Senior Pastor Abundant Grace Church, Osogbo Receiving From The Lord God wants us to recieve from Him, from one level of grace to […]


5 Ways to Keep your Heart Steady & Joyful in This Pandemic.

Hello there! How are you doing? I would really like to know (you can leave a comment to let me know) Me? I’m fine. I’ve been catching up on enjoying the company of my family and books and of course movies. Lol. The crisis is hard to ignore though. One can’t just pretend that life […]


A Time to Remember

A short story by OmoobaJesu Adetunji Written February 2020, for LAUMED Journal Club in honour of Cancer Awareness Month. Tunde mentioned it after we made love, like he was afraid and didn’t want to say it out loud. We were laying there in the dark, under covers. Me in his arms, listening to his breathing […]


If COVID-19 Were A Movie: Movie Review of Contagion 

Directed by Steven Soderbergh; written by Scott Z. Burns; cinematographed by Steven Soderbergh; director of photography, Peter Andrews; edited by Stephen Mirrione; music by Cliff Martinez; production design by Howard Cummings; costumes by Louise Frogley; produced by Michael Shamberg, Stacey Sher and Gregory Jacobs. Released in Sep. 2011 by Warner Brothers Pictures. Running time: 106 […]

Books People

Book Review of The Richer Woman by Omilola Oshikoya; Reviewed by ‘Tosin Salam

Hi guys! How are you doing? The covid-19 pandemic took us all by surprise, didn’t it? But we serve a God who works things together for good, don’t even worry about it. Stay safe and wash your hands. Now to the business of today, I have been able to drag my very good friend, Tosin, […]


The WorkLoad Issue

Lemme just start this thing off by saying, Yehhhhh! That textbook is…those textbooks are heavy! In other words, the workload for medical students is a lot. And if you’re just starting out, the whole thing might just look daunting! Like…”is it me that will finish this thing?😄…more than once?🤣🤣🤣🤣. I laugh!” I think that’s when […]


The Rest Issue

I know you’re probably wondering what this is about. Do we even need to talk about it? I mean who makes rest an entire topic? I know it seems absurd but for medical students and medical professionals in general, rest is often ignored and even mocked. It’s treated like a sin if a medical student […]

Eassys People

State of Osun; As Seen Through the Eyes of Ajibola Oladiipo in a Week Long Adventurous Tour

Having Jibola here share his experience touring the whole of Osun is such a rare privilege for several reasons. Asides the fact that he is one of the biggest supporters of my writing and whatever I put out. He is also such a good friend. He is such a good friend in fact that I […]