Hello readers, it’s been an interesting year for us at Musings of an Analytical Mind and like all interesting events, the year 2014 is gradually coming to an end. I’m sure that you have had an interesting time reading the various posts that we shared with you this year. This is to say Thank You to everyone who has subscribed, read, commented, shared and contributed one way or another to a successful 2014.
For those who may be interested, I thought I should share the two major highlights for the year, which were:
- The introduction of Featured Posts which allows for submissions to be published on the blog.
- Addition of Contributing Writers to the team. You can meet them here.
To allow everyone a concentrate on the goodies of the season, the blog will be going on a Christmas Break today to resume on January 7, 2015. However, unlike the writers of this blog, the email will not be going on break! So if you have posts you’d like to feature, you can still send them to email@example.com.
By the way of a Christmas present, I’ve compiled a list of the Top 10 Musings for the year at the end of this post for your holiday viewing pleasure. And for those who are big on New Year Resolutions, you should read this and this.
Wishing you a Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year 🙂
Here’s the 2014 Top 10:
So You Think You Are Helping The Needy? – Here, Dayo Olakulehin shows us how helping the poor can go wrong.
Reading can save your life – In this piece, Tobi Odetola bemoans the below-average reading culture of the average Nigerian.
CHIVALRY IS DEAD….AND WOMEN KILLED IT – A featured post by Amanda Chukwudozie that many feminists may find uncomfortable to read.
A Doctor’s Thoughts On Atheism and Religion – Freethinkers and Atheists will have to contend with Dayo Olakulehin’s thoughts in this compilation of Tweets that sparked an outrage.
What The Woman In The Bus Said – Most of us like the idea of success but not success itself. Find out what the woman in the bus said to Ifeoluwapo Odedere.
On Retrospective Integrity – Now that you have changed, should you confess all the bad things you’ve done? Find out Dayo Olakulehin’s thoughts on this.
Dreams vs Education – Given enough money, should you pursue your dreams or get another degree? Demi Fayemiwo challenges our popular thinking in this piece.
God is not a punctuation mark! – Taiwo Asiwaju is angry at the way in which ‘God’ is used in everyday speech. Find out why in this featured post.
What’s Up With The Light Skin? – Nigerian girls are becoming lighter. Is this an evolutionary trend or a fashion trend? Moyo Oyebolu explores in this featured post.
Dear Nancy, – The letter that started it all – a series of breakup letters and counter-responses by Dayo Olakulehin.
Ifeoluwapo is a Medical Doctor, Brand Strategist, Blogger, Photographer and Author of several hundred quotes (Daily Insights).
Analytical by nature and inquisitive by choice, He believes aesthetics and quality are not mutually exclusive and does his utmost to get the best of both. He is the author of Musings of An Analytical Mind and tweets from @hypoxia13