Changing The Status Quo


THE MOUNTAINTOP EXPERIENCE I have always been afraid of heights, be it a bridge, canopy walkway, flight of stairs or a mountain. I just cannot seem to muster the courage to scale any of them, especially when I look down afterwards, before my knees virtually turn to jelly. The closest […]


One Year down the Line…. “So when are you going to make your blog an actual website?” I always used to avoid that question, because apart from honestly not knowing the answer, I was a bit nervous about taking the next step. Whereas running a blog on a small scale […]


  I needed to defrost some heavily frozen food immediately but hadn’t had the foresight to take it out of the freezer beforehand. In a bid to save time, I resorted to an ‘archaic’ method; dump the bowl in warm water, so most of it will defrost before I could […]


I had wanted something in particular for some time now, but wasn’t willing to spend on it (as like almost every other national service personnel, finding ways to save our little “allawa” has been one of my main priorities since I started service), so I just forgot about it and […]


Tensions are escalating, and we can’t help but wonder what’s going to happen to our DAMAGE characters. Today, DAMAGE comes to an end with a double episode. Enjoy!   EPISODE 12 Asare quickly jumped out of bed to answer his phone. This was the call he had been waiting for; […]

Damage (Episode 4)

Another week, another episode! Last week, there was fire on the Tunnel Corp. mountain at Nsunye and investigative journalist Marge Asante has landed a job at Tunnel as well. Need a reminder? Here’s Episode 3. Here’s a brief reminder of the characters: Asare Darko – Minister for Mines and Resources […]