I have a fantastic story behind why I love this product, this company, and why I'm talking about wifi routers on my blog. A while back, I had one of those traditional and ugly routers with antennas going in every direction. I wasn't getting optimal speeds with it and it was completely out of place . . .
Please excuse the Shakespeare pun in this title, although I believe the throwback adequately describes my current infatuation with mid-century decor. Having always been a fan of Scandinavian interiors (I frequent blogs such as My Scandavian Home and Nordic Design), it only took me a couple more . . .
Ending this week talking about failure, I hope you'll forgive me, I think it'll be worth it. We all spend so much time thinking about success: what it looks like for us, what it looks like for other people, etc. Personally, I've been thinking a lot about failure these past couple of weeks, primarily . . .
There are few things I love more than a weekend trip with friends (I even wrote a post about how to plan the perfect weekend getaway). In this case I headed up Interstate 5 to Vancouver, Canada with 30 or more friends for the most epic 24 hour trip. Instead of staying at a hotel as was originally . . .
Being a Nigerian immigrant to the states and a bibliophile, I've always found the deepest connection to my roots through African writers. Growing up, classics to me were just as much Achebe as they were Hemingway so I'm currently loving the emergence of African literature on the American scene. As I . . .
I tend to be in my own head a lot. Romanticizing everything, from love to my work. One of my favorite quotes is "You must give everything to make your life as beautiful as the dreams that dance in your imagination" (Roman Payne). As practical as I may be, ultimately I'm a romantic, an idealist, a . . .