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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Lesson From A Pap Meal

One Saturday morning, while I was about to make a pap meal for my son, I decided to make for everyone as part of breakfast. I told my daughter she was going to take pap. It was a statement. I wasn’t asking a question. I didn’t want to stress myself overcooking that morning.
Picture gotten from Pinterest

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

I Didn't Lose My Son

There is no sugar coating it or trying to say it in a way that wouldn’t make it seem negative. The truth is that, a few days ago, I almost lost my son, but God showed up! I have a zillion to be thankful for. I realise all the deposits the Holy Spirit led me to make continuously on a daily basis in the spirit realm were available for quick withdrawal when the enemy launched.

Wednesday, August 21, 2019


I feel a heavy load of restlessness that isn’t a burden. I recognise it. My lips are twisted with a smile and this look pasted on my face that might make someone think I am planning mischief. Well, I am planning, but it is not mischief.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Evaluation and Transitioning

It is important to pause once in a while and evaluate your cause to ensure you are stull on the path you desire.

It is not a very joyful process but it is necessary and can prevent a future crisis.
When you pause, some other areas in your life take a pause too. This tends to cause worry in no small way. It is as if all you've been working for will suffer a setback. But you soon remember what is really important; doing exactly what you are supposed to be doing and not getting distracted by other people's activities.
Dreams are not achieved on a one way street, nevertheless,  focus is key.
If you need to change some things and do things differently to get there, please by all means, do.
I am transitioning.  But I'm still on the same path.

Monday, February 11, 2019

It Was A Blue Period

When I was eight years old, we had a visitor. My dad asked me to go rinse two glasses with water. There was a small gin glass, and a big beer glass (see picture). We had quite a number of those small glasses. I don’t know of today, but when I was growing up, those glasses were common sights in Isoko homes. Ogogoro things.

Anyway, after rinsing, I was shaking both vigorously to get them dried faster and the small gin glass slipped off my hand. Without thinking, I threw the big beer glass away to go catch the small one. Both glasses shattered.

When 2019 dawned, I almost replicated that scenario in my business.

Friday, February 08, 2019

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Has writing a book about your journey through life or the business world crossed your mind but you cannot find the right words or the time to dedicate to writing?

My name is Uzezi and I love to write and put life into the words of others, as I express their thoughts and ideas in their own voice that their public can identify with.  

Beyond the words of my clients, I research other details related to them and if necessary, add such to enrich whatever work I have been commissioned to do by my client.

I would love to offer my services to you as a ghostwriter.

Tuesday, February 05, 2019

What Do You See In Yesterday?

Like you, I have heard it a lot, leave the past behind, focus on the present and look to the future. Very true! But I cannot leave the past behind, especially if what I see in the past is something positive.

Until I experience a new event that will top a performance from the very distant past, I will continue to pull strength and inspiration from what I once accomplished which set the ball rolling and brought me to where I am today. That feat tells me, if I could do that, then I can do more today. I told that story a few days ago to someone and realised that is a strength booster for me: my personal motivator to dare, act and succeed. Drive!