I recorded this episode with a wonderful human aka mama Ray who coincidentally inspired me to start this podcast. We talked about the effect of the lock down and the changes it brought with it. We even sprinkled some secondary school gist inside. Enjoy!
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12. Guess who is back!!! On being true to oneself and what's new with me
13:48I've been away for too long and I can say it had something to do with doubting my "why". Well, I'm backkkk 😁
11. Freestyle chat with Nnanna (in Igbo)
23:01This is a freestyle conversation with Nnanna in Igbo. We talked a bit about ourselves, how we were handling the lockdown and how we think we can promote the igbo language. I hope you enjoy it.
10. Lockdown Chronicles ft Rayyshie
22:02I recorded this episode with a wonderful human aka mama Ray who coincidentally inspired me to start this podcast. We talked about the effect of the lock down and the changes it brought with it. We even sprinkled some secondary school gist inside. Enjoy!
9. Tipsy? Funeral, Therapy and moving on
9:14On this episode, I talked about the funeral, my therapy sessions and how I'm adjusting from home. P.s: tipsy so excuse the accent
8. Social distancing szn
11:45With the current pandemic, social distancing shouldn't be taken lightly. If you can, stay home!!! God bless you as you do so. Tenz :)))
7. Appreciation episode. Y'all are the best
10:30This is an appreciation episode to recognize the kindness that have been showered on me since the past week. I'm immensely grateful to everyone ❤️❤️
6. February (P.s: This is a sad one)
17:10Grief is the thing with feathers. I lost my brother and I talked about it.
5. January. The ups and downs
9:27I had a bit of a rough time in January and I am finally in a place where I can share. Do let me know if you enjoy it. You can reach out to me on Twitter @amypebbles_
21:48My 2019 in review. Read a summarized version here: https://link.medium.com/KB6kPgsvW2
3. Christmas in Lithuania, Moving and Living in Amsterdam ft Olajide Oye
17:08I had a chat with Olajide Oye who came to spend Christmas in Lithuania. We talked about how and why he moved, culture shocks and what he misses about Nigeria. Enjoy!!