Edirin Edewor: You And Your Mindset


One Sunday afternoon, I got home from church, tired about my situation. I had listened to people share testimonies of the same kind of blessings I was looking for; the same kind of miracles. I had prayed. I was pretty much a good person. I helped people as much as I could. Yet, it seemed like every time God wanted to give miracles to people, I was passed over.

We Are All One: Working Towards A Peaceful World


With all the atrocities happening in today's world, it's important to pause, stand still, and just take a breath. No matter where you are, always remember that despite all of the hideous acts and selfish decisions that many people have taken upon themselves, we are all one.

5 Ways To Manage Stress and Make Yourself Feel Better


As much as we all like to feel incredible every single day of our lives, it may not always happen. Life can be stressful sometimes, and when things don't go the way we expect them to, we start to feel a little down and depressed. Most times, it’s not always easy recuperating and sorting things out to get back on track. We may find ourselves going around in circles feeling okay and sometimes not. This, may be caused by the unavoidable stress we encounter daily and we really need to be able to break that cycle. It’s never going to be something that just happens in one day, we have to commit to doing it intentionally. So, let’s take a look at five simple things you can do to manage stress and make yourself feel better.

#IWD2019: 18 Women on Why They Love Being a Woman


By now, you already know how passionate I am about inspiring a generation of women who empowers and supports one another especially unto living a well meaningful life. To celebrate the 2019 International Women's Day tagged #BalanceForBetter - I reached out to a few number of women doing great things in their various sphere of influence and I was elated by their kind responses and feedback.

Don't Expect People To Believe In You When You Start - CEO, SAS Kitchen.


The quote "Embrace what makes you unique even if it makes others uncomfortable" by Janelle MonaƩ perfectly describes Winniefred Leche, a 24 year old woman who is passionately pursuing what she loves and knows how to do well. She is the founder of Soups and Stew Kitchen, a catering business in Nigeria. She has taught over 400 people how to cook including men and women. I love that regardless of what people have had to say about her, the challenges here and there, she is still very determined to succeed in her business.

Let's Talk About Female Hair Loss


Hair loss is something that a lot of women experience at some point in their life. For a lot of individuals it can be the cause of a great lack of self-confidence and sometimes they tend to seek different methods in order to combat the problem. Nevertheless, determining why the hair loss began is just as important as finding a solution to it.

Don't Pity Me: No Pity Here!


When you see me walking on the streets with dust on my feet, don't pity me. I am walking the path of destiny. In not too long a while, my feet shall be dipped in butter and my paths shall drop fatness.

When you see me eating 'kwa-kwa' and drinking water; with no fish or chicken. Relax and watch. Because out of my belly shall flow rivers of living water and the waters have been commanded to produce these creatures.

5 Codes of Success - Wale AladeJana


Adewale Aladejana is a successful Nigerian business man and entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of Sapphire Scents, the very first indigenous perfume making company in Nigeria which he began with a 30,000 naira start-up capital.

This morning, he took to his Instagram page to share with us 5 secret codes of success and we are getting so inspired by them. Hope you get inspired as well!

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