Developing commitment

Last week I wrote about Making commitment a habit and today I will share a few tips on how to develop commitment seeing that it can be very difficult sometimes. Like I said commitment requires devotion, it goes past the mind to the will. Your mind, actions and emotions have to be aligned for you to... Continue Reading →


Building Generosity into your Life

Sometimes we hold on to our possessions because we fear we might run out - life seems scarce. But when we believe that giving is the way to live, we will produce more in the future - life seems abundant. Giving has always felt better than receiving. Being able to put a smile onto someone's... Continue Reading →

Make commitment a habit

Commitment is like faith. It requires obedience, practice and you have to learn to live by it for commitment to actually become a habit and a tool for success. The magnitude of your goal doesn't necessarily mean that it will be easy for you to commit to achieving it but on the other hand, greater... Continue Reading →

Building Trust

Often times we hold on to the things that scare us, we hold them away and fail to confront our fears, fearing to face our problems and sometimes because we find it hard to trust people with our issues. There could be some parts of yourself that you hide away from the world, parts of... Continue Reading →


Thank you so much to all my followers, visitors and readers for helping me to reach here. Thank you for the support and feedback. I'm truly grateful and excited. Making it to 100 followers means so much to me. Looking forward to many more and to making this ride a very interesting one. Thanks again.... Continue Reading →

Attitude Makes all the Difference

Developing a positive attitude is the first step towards not only achieving your goals and having the best outcomes but also remaining positive in the event of failure and carrying on with more energy and hope for better results. It’s one thing to say no to negativity and it’s another to be positive. Yes you... Continue Reading →


Read this post for a deeper and clearer understanding of feminism. Thanks Patrick for this great post.



It is parentage
That engraves my names on the pillar
It was not the amount of calories
Nor was it the number of ribs
Like Eve in the garden
If the fruit had the supposed knowledge
Then who knew firsts
Like Adam, if his rib was taken
Then where was the rib
I felt I had more calories
Because I am more bitter and sour
I became also so sweet
My muse were all speaking at once
The beautiful ancient speaks
If two can tangle, HE is there
HE brings me to fore
When they join

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University of Benin
Department of English


Plumcot is practically a piece that tends to appreciate and renovate the vehicles of feminism.

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